The American Society of

            Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

            For Digital Evidence Experts™


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Atlanta Chapter - April 2011

  • Thursday, April 21, 2011
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • American InterContinental University, Atlanta Campus 6600, Peachtree Dunwoody Road 500 Embassy Row, Atlanta, GA 30328

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Topic: Understanding and Leveraging Neutral Parties and Special Masters in the Enterprise

Neutral Parties and Special Masters have been used in the litigation process for decades.  They have become common in addressing eDiscovery concerns in both Federal and GA State Courts.  The Norcross Group has filled both roles as well as having interacted with many others acting in those roles.  This presentation starts with an overview of the two roles and explains the typical working process.


Examples of cases will be presented, such as describing the value of the neutral party in Intellectual Property Theft cases, serving from Collection through to Remediation.  It will provide lessons learned and allows the audience to share their own experiences.  Other areas of discussion will include how to select and work with a Neutral Party and/or eDiscovery Master.  It is Norcross Group's experience that Corp Counsel will often lean heavily on the eDiscovery and Computer Forensic teams in selecting people or companies to fill these roles.

Speaker:  Gregory A. Freemyer

A Co-Founder of Norcross Group, Greg Freemyer drives the technological underpinnings of Norcross Group’s offerings, and directs complex data collection and preservation operations for litigation support. He has submitted Expert Reports in Federal cases as a Computer Systems Expert, and has been accepted as an Expert Witness in Federal Civil Court, and specifically accepted as an Expert Witness on ESI Collection. He has testified as a technical ESI expert in many areas including Microsoft Exchange Server and the use of Index Engines. He was named a Special Master in a Federal Court case relating to intellectual property theft in 2010.


Before helping start Norcross Group, Mr. Freemyer served as Senior Internet Engineer on several major projects for international corporations such as Siemens and Ford Motor Company. He developed a highly successful PBX test system for Melita International, and supervised both hardware and software design for a highly sophisticated Boeing 767 Flight Management System Trainer. In addition, Mr. Freemyer worked on data protection, retention, and recovery solutions provided through TruStorage, Inc. Mr. Freemyer is an HP Certified Master SAN Architect, HP Tru64 ASE, Red Hat Certified Engineer and Microsoft Certified Professional. He has over 20 years of IT experience, and is an expert on storage sub-systems for Microsoft, UNIX, and Linux operating systems.

Admission:  FREE

Open to anyone interested in Digital Forensics & eDiscovery.  Registration is required.

Location:  AIU Campus, Atlanta, GA

Directions

    * From GA-400 N
    * Take exit 5A toward Dunwoody (0.3 mile)
    * Merge onto Abernathy Rd NE     (0.2 miles)
    * Turn left at Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE,
    * Destination will be on the left        (0.7 miles)

Take the second entrance to Embassy Row (the guard house is at the first entrance, continue past and take the next Left.

The parking garage is directly in front of you as you enter and the University (building 500) is immediately to your left. You can park in the parking lot or the parking garage.

When coming into the campus building, please identify yourself to security as attending the ASDFED meeting.

Lunch

For those who can join, members of the group will be having lunch near the location after the meeting.

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The American Society of

     Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

     For Digital Evidence Experts™

       2451 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 3382 

       Atlanta, GA 30339-6157

       (866) 534-9734



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