We recommend collecting emails directly from the email server as opposed to collecting them from a phone or computer. Users tend to retain more emails on the email server than on a phone or computer. For example, on a phone, the user may set all emails to delete automatically after 30 days.
No. We are lawyers with deep technological backgrounds whose main goal is to help clients with E-discovery. However, if you need a forensic accountant or a certified public accountant to review financial data, we can recommend them to you.
We have sophisticated software and technological devices that allow us to transfer information from cell phones to computers. We then search through the data for the specific information required for your case, and present it in a manner that is easy to review and analyze.
Preserving relevant data or evidence is crucial when you prepare for a trial. This is done through forensic imaging, where we create an identical copy (forensic image) of the original hard drive. We always make two forensic copies: one copy is safely stored for evidence and the other copy is used for review purposes. The pristine copy will not be subject to any changes, but the review copy will be constantly updated and examined.
No, we work for law firms as expert witnesses.