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04/04/2012 - SWFPA Annual Seminar

THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA PARALEGAL ASSOCIATION, INC.
2012 ANNUAL SEMINAR
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012, 8 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
Holiday Inn Lakewood Ranch, 6231 Lake Osprey Drive, Sarasota, FL
941-782-4400

"Digital Data Forensics and e-Discovery: Case Studies and What Can Go Wrong”
presented by
John Jorgensen*, CEO, and Steven Teppler**, Esq., General Counsel, of The Sylint Group***

Covered topics include:
• Evolution of the e-Discovery process – finding the "Smoking Gun”
• Rising importance of Digital Data Forensics
• Managing the Experts
• The Spoliation factor
• Forensics cost myths
• Florida Sunshine Law lawsuits involving governments – a cottage industry
• Recent Federal and Florida judicial decisions

Cost is $55.00 per member and $70.00 per non-member
Send this registration form and payment, payable to SWFPA, by Wednesday, May 16, to:
Ellen Wile, ACP, FRP
Najmy Thompson, P.L.
1401 8th Avenue West
Bradenton, FL 34205
Registration Form – Deadline to register is Wednesday, May 16
Name __________________________________________ Phone no. _________________________
Street Address ___________________________________ Email address ______________________
City __________________________ State __________________ Zip code ____________________
Amount of payment ________________

Any questions? Contact Ellen Wile at ewile@najmythompson.com or call 941-748-2216.

Pending approval for .4 CLAE Credits from National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., and
4 hours credit from The Florida Bar for Attorneys and Florida Registered Paralegals

*Mr. Jorgensen is the President and CEO, having extensive intelligence analysis experience with the National Security Agency, the military, and as a government contractor. He is individually licensed as a Florida Private Investigator, as is The Sylint Group as a firm.

**Mr. Teppler is admitted to practice law in Florida, New York, Illinois and Washington, D.C. He earned his law degree at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, in 1980. He serves on the American Bar Association’s E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee, and The Florida Bar’s Professional Ethics Committee.

***The Sylint Group provides consulting and professional services for Cyber Security, Industrial Counter-Espionage, Counter Cyber Warfare, e-Discovery, Signal Analysis and Digital Data Forensic Investigations. A partial client list includes Nucor Steel, IBM, Morgan Stanley, Nissan, TIAA-CREF, HUD Fort Pierce, Florida Department of Transportation, City of Venice (FL), and City of Sarasota (FL).