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Is Forensic Accounting a Title or a Personality?

You are a lawyer, not a CPA (“Certified Public Accountant”), so when one of those “pocket protector wearing paper pushers” (FYI – I am one) starts flooding your inbox with requests for items without any explanation you start to question what it is their asking for, how much is this costing and what purpose does it serve.  826 more words

Litigation Support–Worth The Cost?

A portion of The Day Law Firm, LLC’s work is devoted to litigation support and consultation in trial courts.  We are retained by trial lawyers to engage in legal research and to draft complex trial court motions and briefs. 133 more words

Litigation Support

eDiscovery Education

So, the other day I was reading an article about eDiscovery.  I do that a lot…it’s weirdly interesting to me.  While I was reading, I see a line about the embarrassing level of technical knowledge attorneys have.   741 more words

EDiscovery

The Eyeball Join

We’ve written before about problematic data. These are the projects that just arrive at your doorstep all sorts of messed up. We tackle them by exploring the data, doing a little inventory and finding ways to make sense of the mess. 350 more words

EDiscovery

The Value of Expert Witness-Attorney Relationships

December 2, 2015

The Value of Expert Witness-Attorney Relationships

The term “expert witness” may get tossed around a little more than it should. Since leaving law enforcement, I can attest to the fact that I’ve seen so-called “experts” of all shapes and sizes. 1,131 more words

Digital Forensics

Sometimes, The Data Isn't There (anymore)

November 18, 2015

Sometimes, the Data Isn’t There (anymore)

Being a digital forensic services provider in the private sector, we service a wide array of client’s needs. 1,245 more words

Digital Forensics

Pro Digital: Investigative Solutions

November 9, 2015

Pro Digital: Investigative Solutions

Regular readers of this blog know that my professional experience and expertise started in the investigative realm. Ever since I first got interested in law enforcement, I wanted to be an investigator and I’ve been fortunate enough to not only see that goal to fruition, but to do so in a way that allowed me to be recognized by other investigators and prosecutors repeatedly for high output and excellence in work product. 541 more words

Digital Forensics