Category Archives: Computer forensics

05 May

“The Neutral Corner: Using Forensic Neutrals in Trade Secret Disputes”

On May 2, 2017, Executive Managing Partner Daniel Garrie published the fourth article in his column “The Neutral Corner” on Thomson Reuters’ Legal Executive Institute blog. The article is titled “The Neutral Corner: Using Forensic Neutrals in Trade Secret Disputes”. The dirty secret of trade secret disputes is that even if you win, it can be

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10 Feb

Guidance for the Bench and the Bar to Better be Able to Review and Understand Digital Forensic Report. (Part 3 of 4)

A digital forensics expert can be used in a variety of ways: as an expert witness, for litigation support, to conduct Non-Invasive Data Acquisition (NIDA), to proactively investigate potential disputes prior to litigation, or to recover data negligently or intentionally destroyed. Over the last several years commercial hardware and software vendors who specialize in digital

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31 Jan

Brief History of Digital Forensics for the Bench and the Bar. (Part 1 of 4)

With the widespread permeation of advanced technology into our daily lives, it is inevitable that the products of those technologies, i.e., digital information, will make their way into the courtroom. This has largely occurred in the form of electronic discovery, or e-discovery, where each party involved in the case provides the relevant information they possess.

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09 Dec

Redefining the Discovery Terrain: The Need For Mediation in E-Discovery (3 of 3)

Redefining the discovery terrain: The need for Mediation in E-Discovery  by Daniel B. Garrie, the Senior Managing Partner at Law & Forensics LLC. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predictive coding, and works with law firms, governments, companies, and non-profits around the globe See Part 1 for an introduction on the place of mediation in e-discovery disputes, and

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17 Oct

Attacking the Weakest Link Law Firm Data (In) Security

Attacking the Weakest Link Law Firm Data (In) Security by Daniel B. Garrie the  Senior Managing Partner  at Law & Forensics LLC. He focuses on e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security and warfare, data privacy, and predictive coding working with law firms, governments, companies, and non-profits globally. Law firm culture has long focused on the ability of its attorneys to bring a high level of thought and

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18 Mar

E-Discovery on Smart Phones and Tablets – (Part 4 of 4)

E-Discovery on Smart Phones and Tablets – (Part 4 of 4) This if the final post in the four part series, E-Discovery on Smart Phones and Tablets, that examines the application of electronic discovery laws to smart phones and tablets and how the relationship between the two raises a litany of unique issues regarding privacy,

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09 Feb

E-Discovery on Smart Phones and Tablets — (Part 3 of 4)

E-Discovery on Smart Phones and Tablets — (Part 3 of 4) This is the third post in a four part series examines the application of electronic discovery laws to smart phones and tablets and how smart phones and tablets raise a litany of unique issues regarding privacy, data retention, and production. The Federal Rules Are Amended

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