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How to Choose an Expert Computer Forensic Firm?

Only an expert can help you in evidence recovery in the most efficient manner. There’re only a few investigation firms that truly serve what they claim. 477 more words

Evidence Recovery

Locard's Principle, Revisited

This is the tenth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court columns and posts from the primordial past of e-discovery–updating and critiquing in places, and hopefully restarting a few conversations.   1,076 more words

E-Discovery

The Path to E-Mail Production IV, Revisited

This is the ninth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court columns and posts from the primordial past of e-discovery–updating and critiquing in places, and hopefully restarting a few conversations.   917 more words

E-Discovery

The Path to E-Mail Production III, Revisited

This is the eighth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court columns and posts from the primordial past of e-discovery–updating and critiquing in places, and hopefully restarting a few conversations.   1,192 more words

E-Discovery

Time For A New Office Computer?

Give Away your Computer, Revisited, by Craig Ball, Ball In Your Court

https://ballinyourcourt.wordpress.com/2015/01/14/give-away-your-computer-revisited/

This is the fourth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court…

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Legal Technology

The Path to E-Mail Production I, Revisited

This is the sixth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court columns and posts from the primordial past of e-discovery–updating and critiquing in places, and hopefully restarting a few conversations.   1,226 more words

E-Discovery

Don't Try This at Home, Revisited

This is the fifth in a series revisiting Ball in Your Court columns and posts from the primordial past of e-discovery–updating and critiquing in places, and hopefully restarting a few conversations.   1,565 more words

E-Discovery