Forensics & eDiscovery: Website Evidence for Your Case
Apart from social media, other areas of the Internet can also contain information left behind by spouses, business partners, and employees. Frequently, website evidence plays a key role in employment law, family law, and intellectual property cases. As experts at Internet research, we use a range of Internet search engines to find a wealth of information, which we track and monitor to help family law clients build their cases. We conduct searches on the biggest and most popular sites, including:
- Google: www.google.com
- Bing: www.bing.com
- Yahoo: www.yahoo.com
- Ask: www.ask.com
- AOL: http://search.aol.com
- MyWebSearch: http://home.mywebsearch.com
- Lycos: http://www.lycos.com
- Dogpile: http://www.dogpile.com
- WebCrawler: http://www.webcrawler.com
- Info: http://www.info.com
- Infospace: http://www.infospace.com
- Search: http://www.search.com
- Excite: http://www.excite.com
- GoodSearch: http://www.goodsearch.com
- AltaVista: http://www.altavista.com
- Dating Sites
- eHarmony: www.eharmony.com
- Zoosk: www.zoosk.com
- Match: www.match.com
- OurTime: www.ourtime.com
- ChristianMingle: www.christianmingle.com
- Matchmaker: www.matchmaker.com
- Chemistry: www.chemistry.com
- JDate: www.jdate.com
- SingeParentMeet: www.singleparentmeet.com
- For a combined credit report for a fee you can contact: www.myfico.com.
Authenticating your Evidence
Under the Federal Rules of Evidence you must authenticate evidence in order to admit it at trial. Fortunately, our forensics experts can authenticate your website evidence under FRE 901(b)(3).
In fact, our most popular benefit is our transparent flat-fee pricing. The flat-fee services are all-inclusive. Therefore, we don’t charge for phone calls, emails, meetings, or hard drives to store the data.
Learn more about our flat fees here.