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A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the October 2015 live seminar, 34th Annual Family Law Seminar: Hot Topics in Domestic Practice Today.
Cosponsored with the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar
This two-part program explores the capabilities of computer forensics in areas of e-mail, Internet usage, and electronic documents metadata. Proper methods of searching for, obtaining, and preserving electronic evidence are also discussed, and the use of electronic evidence, particularly social media evidence, at trial.
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Christopher Malinowski, Malinowski Hubbard, PLLC / Fairfax Lawrence P. Vance, Buchbauer & McGuire / Winchester FACULTY Lars Daniel, Guardian Digital Forensics / Raleigh, NC Daniel L. Gray, Cooper Ginsberg Gray / Fairfax MODERATORS Charles E. Powers, Batzli Wood & Stiles / Richmond
34th Annual Family Law: Hot Topics in Domestic Practice Today Seminar Materials
34th Annual Family Law Seminar 2015: Hot Topics in Domestic Practice Today (USB Seminar)
34th Annual Family Law Seminar 2015: Hot Topics in Domestic Practice Today (Online Seminar)
Bi-Annual Case Law and Legislative Rule Updates for Family Law (from Annual Family Law 2015) (Online Seminar)