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Jury returns guilty verdict for “front-running” Anthony Balzanto, a partner at the Chicago-based computer forensics firm, 4Discovery, provided critical testimony last week in the SEC v. Yang[1] Insider trading case, resulting in the jury returning a guilty verdict for front running and...
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Mobile Device Forensics Uncovers 513 Deleted Messages Related to Gulf Spill “I would have presented those to the Grand Jury”        -FBI Special Agent Kelly Bryson on the deleted text messages       The Background The grainy...
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Social Media eDiscovery Cannot be Overlooked An attorney, believing that photographs on his client’s Facebook page could be damaging to a pending wrongful death verdict, advises his client to delete the photos.  The outcome?  $542,000 in sanctions and a five-year...
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Mobile devices are ubiquitous, and the digital evidence they create can be dramatic.  Using advanced mobile device forensics techniques, Chicago computer forensics company 4Discovery’s Josh Fazio recently recovered photographs from a mobile device that had sent a notorious child molester...
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Save the Date! September 23rd, 2013: Next Generation Security Leader Conference 4Discovery will be hosting a premier security event, the Next Generation Security Leader Conference, in Chicago on September 23rd, 2013 at the Union League Club.  This is a great opportunity to network with...
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“The whole building is about to collapse anytime now…Only potential survivor, the fabulous Fab[rice Touree]…standing in the middle of all these complex, highly leveraged, exotic trades he created without necessarily understanding all of the implications of those monstrosities.” – E-mail...
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Conductor’s Face Book Page Suggests a Fascination With Speed “I’m at the limit and I cant go any faster or they’ll fine me”  -Jose Garzon The driver accelerates his vehicle to nearly twice the speed limit in most areas (124...
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George Zimmerman Special Prosecutor Fires IT Chief Who Raised Discovery Concerns By Jeffrey Hartman Let’s be fair.  Most IT people are competent and qualified.  Some are exceptional.  Our 4Discovery team has the opportunity to work with these capable folks on...
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Half of all employees say they would take Trade Secrets with them to a new employer[1] Join the experts at 4Discovery as we examine eDiscovery trends and tips over breakfast at the beautiful Union League Club.   Each month, our...
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Social Media eDiscovery:  If you are not doing it, you will be soon! “We believe that running a social media search of clients, opponents, and witnesses is now part of the minimum level of due diligence expected of a competent litigator…..In...
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