Jon D. Elhai received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 2000 from Nova Southeastern University's Center for Psychological Studies. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in 2002 at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and Charleston Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center. Dr. Elhai now serves as Professor in the University of Toledo's Department of Psychology (primary appointment) and Department of Psychiatry (joint appointment), in Toledo, Ohio.
Dr. Elhai conducts research on psychological trauma and PTSD. He also conducts research on cyberpsychology. He has published more than 200 papers - primarily empirical studies. He has presented his research at meetings of such organizations as the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and Society for Computers in Psychology. He is Associate Editor for the Journal of Anxiety Disorders, and Editorial Board Member for other journals. He has published several books on traumatic stress. He is a member of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Dr. Elhai occasionally serves as a forensic psychological expert witness, primarily on PTSD cases.
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Don Wochna is a Cleveland native with a very interesting legal career. After serving six years in the United States Navy, and completing three tours in Vietnam, first as a shipboard nuclear power plant operator and, thereafter, a law enforcement officer, Don Wochna was one of 12 named class action plaintiffs to prosecute an action in the United States Supreme Court and successfully recovery bonus money promised by the United States Navy. After leaving the Navy in December 1976, Don obtained his bachelor degree from Cal State Long Beach, and then obtained his law degree from The Law School, University of Chicago in 1983. He then returned to his home-town, Cleveland, and practiced civil litigation and business work-outs with Thompson Hine and later as a partner at Baker & Hostetler.
In 1999, Don decided that the integration of electronic data and evidence into the practice of law created significant business opportunities. He obtained one of the first civilian licenses for computer forensic software, and began a business identifying, preserving, extracting, analyzing, and producing electronically stored information, including content, metadata, and artifacts. From 1999 to 2013, Mr. Wochna served as an expert witness regarding computer forensics in civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts, and as Chief Legal Officer with Vestige Digital Investigations. As Chief Legal Officer, Mr. Wochna developed and taught his employees sophisticated protocols integrating legal objectives and strategies with computer forensic expertise.
In June 2013, combining his 14 years' experience as a computer forensic expert with his considerable legal expertise, Mr. Wochna formed the e-data Law Group: a consortium, of vetted experts that design, build, and defend advanced technological solutions to legal challenges in litigation, healthcare, audit, privacy and security issues. As Managing Partner of E-Data Law Group, attorney Wochna strives to bring proactive legal solutions that embrace advanced technology to the marketplace.
Mr. Wochna has written hundreds of articles related to eDiscovery, Big Data, analytics, and the challenges to the legal profession raised by electronic information systems. His books include “E-discovery: Making the Computer Your Best Witness” published by Ohio Bar Association; and he is a frequent and lively speaker regarding electronic data issues. He has testified before the Advisory Committee on Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, and has been influential in shaping the process by which large sparse datasets are defensibly searched to produce relevant information without reliance upon agreed-upon search terms. His writings regarding the expert nature of searching unstructured data such as email have been cited in text books related to e-discovery; and his advocacy of advanced data analytics is regarded as defining the cutting edge of the integration of law and technology.
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