Digital Forensics As a practice and a profession, digital forensics consists essentially of the investigation of criminal activities committed with computers and other digital devices.  Digital forensics has evolved rapidly in recent years, in response to the exceptional capacity of computerized information systems to acquire, store and transmit unprecedented quantities of data anywhere, instantaneously.   Regulating Ethical…

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Social media discovery is becoming an increasingly core component for much of today’s litigation. And, whether in use by clients or counsel, obtaining evidence from social media also carries the potential for making cases much more complicated than expected. Here’s Part 2 of a closer look at some of the key ways in which social…

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Social media discovery is becoming an increasingly core component for much of today’s litigation. And, whether in use by clients or counsel, obtaining evidence from social media also carries the potential for making cases much more complicated than expected. Here’s Part 1 of a closer look at some of the key ways in which social…

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In the evolving realm of electronic discovery and digital forensics, the rules are constantly changing. It takes smart, savvy professionals to rise to these challenges, stay in compliance with the existing legal framework, and anticipate potential eDiscovery challenges resulting from litigation. Here is Part 2 in a series about challenges facing the field of digital…

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In the evolving realm of electronic discovery and digital forensics, the rules are constantly changing. It takes smart, savvy professionals to rise to these challenges, stay in compliance with the existing legal framework, and anticipate potential eDiscovery challenges resulting from litigation. Here are 5 new challenges facing the field of digital forensics. Evolving Privacy Laws…

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In addition to handling cases of all sizes, the best eDiscovery tools will offer enough flexibility to meet the particular needs of each case, regardless of what those needs may be. For example, one case may involve a large volume of document review while another could require advanced computer forensics. The ideal eDiscovery vendors will…

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