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Forgery & Fraud

Jane Doe and Richard Roe divorced. Once Richard Roe had remarried, a few years later Jane Doe decided to sue Richard Roe for additional assets. Jane Doe presented a document, purported to be a contract outside of the divorce decree between richard Roe and her. This case was filed as a civil suit and was referred back to Family Court.

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Child Custody

Jane Doe and Richard Roe are divorcing, and both desire custody of their two boys. Jane Doe had possession of a laptop computer shared between Richard Roe and her during their marriage. A computer forensics investigation of the laptop revealed some out of the ordinary activity. Armed with this information, an order was granted for an additional investigation of Richard Roe’s work computer.

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Child Pornography in Family Law

Jane Doe and Richard Roe are divorcing, and both desire custody of their young son. During the two years the divorce proceedings have occurred, Richard Roe has not had any contact with the child.

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Spoliation

Jane Doe and Richard Roe are divorcing, and both desire custody of their two boys. Jane Doe had possession of a laptop computer shared between Richard Roe and her during their marriage. A computer forensics investigation of the laptop revealed some out-of-the-ordinary activity. Armed with this information, an order was granted for an additional investigation of Richard Roe’s work computer.

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Deleted Computer Data Uncovered

To most computer users, the hard drive is a mysterious and little known device. Everyone knows a vast array of information resides on one’s computer, but few know how this process works. Along with their definitions, the relationship of hard drive terms like sectors, clusters, file slack, and unallocated space is examined below.

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Social Media Evidence, Digital Forensics, and Family Law

Social networking websites have gained popularity over the past decade and have infiltrated individuals’ and families’ lives. Social networking websites, such as Facebook, MySpace, Blogspot, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn, contain a wealth of information that may be relevant and discoverable in litigation.

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eDiscovery Gamers

E-Discovery Gamers: Join Me In Stopping Them The above is an interesting blog by Ralph Losey. Is Civil Litigation and e-Discovery just a game? Does the truth

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Clawback Enforcement

As shown in the e-Discovery Team Blog on Clawback Enforcement, the wrong vendor selection can potentially cost you much more than the price per GB.

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Metadata

Introduction Metadata has been with us since the beginning. It is not magical; nor is it limited to Microsoft Office products. Here we describe and

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