Who Has Your Intellectual Property in a Bring Your Own Device World?
POSTED ON March 12

Did you know Wikipedia has an entry for “Minnesota Nice”? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minnesota_nice I saw that the other day and it made me realize that I’ve unconsciously applied Minnesota nice policy to a wonderful, free educational series Shepherd Data has provided since 2004 – Shepherd Speaks. I simply haven’t talked about it. We’re going to deviate from that policy for my March 26th presentation. I will cover a topic of great interest to employers and employees alike . . .
Who Has Your Intellectual Property in a Bring Your Own Device World? continues my examination of digital forensic issues in a world in which most employees bring their smartphone or tablet to work. This presentation, “A Day in the Life of an Android”, “What on Earth is on that IPhone and IPad?” and its companion presentation, “What on Earth is on that iPhone, iPad, and Android and Why General Counsel Should Care?”, have struck a chord among those who work and those who employ them. We hope that you can join us for this thought-provoking presentation on March 26th. (See our events page for more details and to register.) CLE credit requested.

About the Author Chris

Author Avatar Christine Chalstrom is the Founder, CEO, and President of Shepherd Data Services, Trustee, Mitchell Hamline Law School and Adviser, Center for Law and Business. She has spoken widely on the Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures, Digital Forensics, and eDiscovery best practices. Her credits include presentations to the American Bar Association, Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Corporate Counsel Institute, MN Association of Corporate Counsel, MN Association of Litigation Support Professionals, MN CLE, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Upper Midwest Employment Law Institute. She is an attorney, programmer, and forensic examiner.