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The Conundrum of Competence in E-Discovery: Need Input

I frequently blast lawyers for their lack of competence when it comes to electronic evidence.  I’m proud to be a lawyer and admire all who toil in the fields of justice; but I cannot hide my shame at how my brilliant colleagues have shirked and dodged their duty to master modern evidence. 1,060 more words


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Strathclyde Forensics is one of the most reputable Digital Forensics Agencies in Scotland. We provide professional examination and analysis matched with expert witness services. 12 more words

Carving out the Difference between Computer Forensics and E-Discovery

Over the past few years, it has been noticed that computer forensics and E-discovery have been a buzz word in the computer security arena and in legal societies. 975 more words

Data Recovery

Why hire the best company for computer forensics Toronto?

Mike had been associated with the organization since the last 7 years and one fine morning, the company declared bankruptcy and hundreds of employees were left unemployed. 383 more words

Evidence Recovery

Teensy Change To Rule 41 Would Change Scope of Technology Search Warrants.

Small Rule Change That Could Give the U.S. Government Sweeping New Warrant Power, posted by Richard Salgado, Legal Director, Law Enforcement and Information Security, by Sabrina I Pacifici, BeSpacific Blog… 330 more words

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Do-It-Yourself Digital Discovery, Revisited

This is the thirteenth 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.   1,703 more words