Seminar: Computer-technical expertise as an evidence in court proceedings
We have an honor to invite you to take part in a seminar "Computer-technical expertise and its application as evidence in judicial proceedings".
The event will be held on September 7, 2017 in Kyiv.
Organizer - Expert-legal group "Independent Institute of Legal Expertise" (IILE) with the support of the European Arbitration Chamber
YOUR ADVANTAGES FROM PARTICIPATION IN THE SEMINAR
ACTUAL TOPIC! We decided to devote workshop to theme computer-technical expertise. Indeed, in connection with the recent cyber attacks, the protection of electronic data and counteraction to interference in automated systems are extremely relevant not only in Ukraine, but all over the world. In addition, more and more often in the judicial process, electronic (digital) evidence is taken into account, which can be fixed precisely by computer expertise.
THE TARGET AUDIENCE. The seminar is for lawyers who are trying to develop and get new knowledge in their specialty.
ONLY PRACTICAL CASES At the seminar, we will disclose the practical issues of using computer-technical expertise as evidence in judicial proceedings, and also talk about the mechanism for carrying out the examination and preparing a package of necessary documents and digital data for the expert.
EXPERT AS A LECTOR. The lecturer of the seminar will be the expert on computer-technical expertise.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. All interested persons can ask questions during the lecture and get a qualified answer.
CERTIFICATES. The event will be certified by the National Bar Association of Ukraine.
PROGRAM OF THE SEMINAR
- Investigation of videotapes on cases related to road accidents.
- Research in the development and procurement of software.
- Investigation of intervention in automated systems.
- Fixing pages on the Internet.
- Phonoscopy: decoding, signs of installation, originality of records.
WHERE AND WHEN?
The workshop will be held on September 7, 2017 from 10:00 to 13:00. Venue:Kyiv, ul. Marshal Timoshenko, 21, building 3, office 7
To register please contact us: by phone: (044) 581 30 80, (050) 360 16 82, (067) 5555 222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org