Partner Reid Wittliff recently taught two classes focused on technology law. On April 5, Reid taught an eDiscovery and Digital Forensics lecture to the University of Texas School of Law Technology in Litigation class. The presentation focused on the effective use of discovery to obtain digital evidence and the process digital forensics examiners use to identify, capture, preserver and present digital evidence in litigation.

On April 6, Reid taught a training session for the investigative staff of the Office of the Chief Disciplinary Counsel of the State Bar of Texas on how to identify digital evidence and the tools available to capture and evaluate it. In particular, the presentation focused on how digital forensics can be used to find evidence of altered documents and how digital evidence from smart phones can be captured and used in evidentiary proceedings.