Jeffrey Brenner, managing principal of Maragell, LLC, has been requested by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute to serve as a panelist at its full-day Business Divorce seminar that will take place on several dates across the Commonwealth: March 4th (Pittsburgh), March 7th (Mechanicsburg) and March 11th (Philadelphia).
He will join a panel of experts in fields of corporate law, litigation, and business valuation. Brenner will cover issues relating to the role IT plays in a business separation, and the preservation and analysis of electronically stored information for use in litigation, including data stored on smartphones, tablets, and cloud-based applications.
Brenner specializes in computer forensics and corporate investigations and has been retained by numerous businesses, insurance companies, governmental agencies, and school districts to assist with their electronic investigation needs.
The seminar has been approved for 6.0 PA CLE substantive credits including ethics. For additional information on the event, or to register, click here.
Jeffrey Brenner, managing principal of Maragell, LLC, has been requested by the Camden County Bar Association to serve as a panelist at its Cyber Bullying seminar that will take place on February 21, 2013 from 4 – 6:15 p.m. at Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield.
He will join a panel of experts in school law and civil rights, which include: Kevin M. Costello, Esq., William S. Donio, Esq., Gerald “Buzz” Mingin, PhD, and moderator Craig David Becker, Esq.
Brenner will cover issues relating to detecting and proving cyber bullying as it relates to the use of computers, smartphones, and social media outlets.
Brenner specializes in computer forensics and corporate investigations and has been retained by numerous school districts to assist with their electronic investigation needs, both in the case of staff members and students.
The seminar has been approved for 2.0 PA CLE substantive credits and 2.4 MCLE credits. For additional information on the event, or to register, click here.