Webinar expert witnesses will have a strong background working with business and technology, as webinars refer to seminars that are conducted via the Internet. Webinar expert consulting may provide insightful information for cases involving such issues as telecommunications, computer security, cyber security, streaming technology, software architecture, online transactions, video, audio, intellectual property, webcasting, Wi-Fi (WiFi), broadband communications, multimedia, telecommunications engineering, networking, network architecture, wireless internet protocol, business operations, marketing and other numerous issues potentially involved with webinar-related litigation.
Since webinars are dependent on online technology and electronic devices, many webinar experts will have strong experience with such technological issues as signal processing, satellite communications, digital signal processing, cellular technology, wireless communications, information technology, systems development, wireless technologies, 3G communications, video data, transmission technologies, databases, digital media, webcastng production, router (computing), software design, computer programming, and other related areas. Webinar lawsuits may also concern the use of intellectual property and other patent laws involving the subject matter and content of each webinar. The technology used for the webinar may also be the subject of patent litigation.
Webinar expert witnesses may also have a background in education and business operations, since webinar technology is often used as a means of conducting lectures, conference meetings or even in marketing a product or service.
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