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    Leaders in eDiscovery, Forensics, and Cybersecurity

About Law & Forensics

Law & Forensics is a strategic consulting firm with a global presence that assists clients with sensitive and complex electronic discovery, information governance, computer forensic, information security, and privacy issues.

With a strong record for getting results, reducing costs, mitigating legal risks, and delivering value, Law & Forensics provides corporations, government agencies, law firms and other legal, business, and technology stakeholders with solutions to address complex litigations, sensitive investigations, and regulatory inquiries.

50.3k Mailboxes

examined by LnF

3.3k

Social media accounts

453

Expert Reports

1.23k Cases

solved to date

10.4k Computers

forensically analyzed

980 Mobile Devices

scanned with our software

Insights

Confronting The Challenges Of Virtual Mediation
MAKING HEADS OR TAILS OF THE CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT
Neutrals Need to “Speak Tech” to Resolve Disputes Involving Smart Contracts
The Benefits of Using Technical Special Masters
Daniel Wrote the book
BEST PRACTICES: MEDIATING CYBER INSURANCE CLAIM DISPUTES
Executive Order 13873 Could Expand The Reach Of War Exclusions In Cyber Policies
THE WIDER IMPLICATIONS OF THE CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT
‘Act Of War’ Questions In Cyberattack Insurance Case
Arbitrating Cyber Coverage Disputes
REVIEWING 2018 AND PREDICTING WHAT’S AHEAD IN CYBERSECURITY
Mediators Need to Become ‘Bilingual’ to Resolve Smart Contracts
Spearfishing Can Be Stopped Once You Remove The Bait
Arbitration and Mediation Can Solve Cyber Insurance Disputes
Why is Cybersecurity Important?
What is digital forensics?
What Is E-Discovery?
PREDICTIONS AND THREATS FOR THE YEAR IN CYBERSECURITY
CyberLife: Social Media, Right-of-Publicity and Consenting to Terms of Service
Social Media E-Discovery: How to Request and Respond – Courts have provided guidance for litigators
The Neutral Corner: Using Forensic Neutrals in Trade Secret Disputes
Discovery Obligations Apply to Plaintiffs Too
What Lawyers Are Asking About the New York DFS Cybersecurity Regulation
What is the Most Underestimated IT Security Threat, and Why?
A New Focus on Law Firm Cybersecurity
Is Cyberinsurance Really Worth It? Using ADR to Resolve Cyberattack Disputes
How prepared are law firms to face cyber security threats?
The Neutral Corner: How to Effectively Use a Technical E-Discovery Neutral