Legal Education Webcast: Blockchain and eDiscovery (Part One): Basics of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain

This expert presentation led by one of eDiscovery’s foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson, will highlight both blockchains and cryptocurrencies to arm attendees with essential information that will help them understand these technologies that are changing the landscape of business and law.

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A Legal Education Presentation prepared and presented by HaystackID.

 

 

About HaystackID (Presenter)

HaystackID is a specialized eDiscovery services firm that helps corporations and law firms findlisten, and learn from data when they face complex, data-intensive investigations and litigation. With an earned reputation for mobilizing industry-leading computer forensics, eDiscovery, and attorney document review experts, HaystackID’s Forensics First, Early Case Insight, and ReviewRight services accelerate and deliver quality outcomes at a fair and predictable price.

  • Find Data with Forensics First Services
  • Listen to Data with Early Case Insight  Services
  • Learn from Data with ReviewRight® Services

Serving more than 500 of the world’s leading corporations and law firms from North American and European locations, HaystackID’s combination of expertise and executional excellence coupled with a culture of white glove customer service make it the alternative legal services provider that is big enough to matter but small enough to care. Learn more at HaystackID.com

 

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