“Transparency is indeed expensive, but it pales in comparison to the cost to a emocracy of operating behind a veil of secrecy.”
Judge Scheindlin wrote that line in a recent opinion out of the
Southern District of New…more
Article about the importance of including smart phones in your preservation efforts and requests. Electronic Discovery or eDiscovery is not just about data on laptops and servers!
Deleting text messages can get you 40…more
Electronic discovery, ediscovery, social media discovery, facebook subpoena, Lester v. Allied Cement, recovery of deleted facebook items…more
There is little debate that eDiscovery can be a daunting and
expensive endeavor. Even small matters can involve scouring
through terabytes of data. For some companies, litigation is one of the
many costs of doing business…more
Employment computer forensics and eDiscovery electronic discovery. Case examples of how eDiscovery and computer forensics can assist with employment matters…more
Article about metadata and electronic discovery. What is metadata? How can it be intrepreted? Using computer forensics to uncover the facts about metadata…more
Collection and analysis of social media as it pertains to litigation. Electronic Discovery techniques for managing social networking sites…more
Summary of ipad and iphone computer forensics…more
A review of the computer forensic capture and analysis of Apple's iPad. The iPad is changing the way we work. When it comes to electronic discovery, the iPad is just one more device that corporations and lawyers need to have…more
It’s been roughly seven months since amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have been implemented.
The rules were amended to address the ever-increasing volumes of electronically stored information (ESI), which is…more
By now you have most likely heard of the recent federal rule changes addressing electronically stored information. If you haven’t, fire up the computer and start Googling. There is a lot of information that has been written on…more
On Dec. 1, absent intervention by Congress, several proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will take effect. These rule changes specifically address the challenges posed by the discovery of electronic…more
Attorneys are discovering that dealing with electronic evidence in litigation is becoming the norm and not the exception. Recent cases such as Zubulake v. UBS Warburg, Coleman v. Morgan Stanley, and Mosaid Technologies v…more
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