Posts tagged with: medical Malpractice

Electronic evidence can be the only concrete evidence in medical malpractice cases.  Unlike criminal cases where there can be fingerprints, DNA, surveillance, etc., medical malpractice matters often come down to just one or two pieces of electronic evidence.  Most medical...
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With physicians and dentists across the country transitioning to larger medical groups, most of us have experienced some sort of loss of information.  Between all of the different practitioners that we see, at one point our contact or insurance information...
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Smart Phones: A New Holy Grail of Digital Evidence for Litigators?    Using a series of short case studies, 4Discovery’s Jeffrey L. Hartman illustrates how specialized forensics are bringing new evidence to life in modern litigation as the amount of...
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Law360, New York (June 19, 2014, 9:59 AM ET) — A real case study: The principal of a Chicago-area school had been accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a student. The student produced a suggestive text message that...
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