Posts tagged with: ESI

Digital forensics focuses on determining what activity happened or didn’t happen. This focus shouldn’t be confused if an activity that occurred or didn’t occur is relevant to a matter. In simple terms, the goal of a digital forensic investigation is...
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Preserve Data Quickly Nearly everyone is using a smartphone and is gathering mass amounts of data on them. However, no one is willing to part with their beloved iPhone or Android for a day, let alone multiple days. The same...
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Tragedy usually leads to two questions: ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’ Finding the answers to these questions can serve a range of purposes. There’s the human nature element of the grieving process and seeking to find closure. There’s also a focus on...
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Today’s organizations rely heavily on the use of electronic data to run their day-to-day operations. Employees frequently access and use computers, email accounts, file shares, customer databases, various cloud accounts, and other sources of electronically stored information (ESI). These sources...
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Event will address critical issues impacting legal teams from organizations of all sizes General counsel and legal operations teams from some of America’s leading organizations will participate in this year’s Today’s General Counsel “The Exchange” Legal Operations colloquium in Chicago...
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A great crowd, excellent Q & A, and lively conversation punctuated our cocktail reception CLE in the beautiful library at the Union League Club of Chicago last week. Thank you to our many clients and friends that attended! We can often...
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A Case Study A young student has had enough. After months of relentless and cruel cyberbullying and internet harassment, the girl, in a moment of despondency and depression, ends her life. In the unthinkably sad aftermath, parents, teachers, and loved...
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I am in the digital forensics business.  That means that when something related to eMail or computer evidence is in the news, my friends and family ask me questions, like:  “are Tom Brady’s destroyed “DeflateGate” text messages recoverable?”, and “could you recover...
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Can a person be held criminally responsible for “Retweeting” another person’s content, or is such communication protected under The First Amendment’s “Free Speech” language? Communication in our electronic world is bending a number of legal concepts into strange new shapes....
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Time is running out for completing your CLE credits for this year.  Don’t wait till the last minute! Let us bring the content to you…4Discovery provides on-site CLE programs in the convenience of your firm’s conference room. Our programs are:...
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