Computers have dramatically changed the way companies and their clients do
business and how cases are investigated and litigated. In this session, Mark
Lanterman discusses what the pervasive use of computers means to corporations,
attorneys and their clients.
About the Speaker
Mark will cover an overview of the benefits of and the burdens imposed by
electronic evidence, including the discuss of several case studies and options
for presenting electronic information. He will also cover non-traditional
evidence sources, such as the iPhone, iPad and GPS devices.
Before entering the private sector, Mark spent 11 years as a police
investigator and as a member of the U. S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes
Taskforce. He has routinely assisted the Secret Service, FBI and the U. S.
Attorney's Office as well as hundreds of law firms and corporations with
computer related investigations. Mark was recognized by the Director of the U.
S. Secret Service for his contributions to law enforcement.
worked on several high profile cases, including the Tom Petters investigation,
the Denny Hecker investigation, the Trevor Cook investigation, the Polaroid
bankruptcy and most recently the Intoxilyzer source code analysis. Mark is
currently retained by Chief Federal Judge Michael Davis and Federal Magistrate
Judge Tony Leung (US District Court-Minnesota) as the Court's neutral expert.