The exhibit hall at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference had a number of new and enhanced products for legal professionals
...be dominant: Glen Rock, N.J.-based Cellebrite, and Lindon, Utah-based AccessData. Cellebrite specializes in hardware and software that backs up and...
...or Access database or perhaps a litigation support tool, such as AccessData's Summation or LexisNexis' Concordance. (Both are an outstanding piece of software...
Initial reactions from lawyers and other legal professionals, to Apple's latest offering, range from enthusiasm to overt skepticism
...to use powerhouse software such as CT Summation (which just merged with AccessData); LexisNexis Concordance; RealLegal's Transcript Manager; or LiveNote SR. LexisNexis...
Exploring the issues surrounding chain of custody for electronic evidence may sound like a great cure for insomnia. But a string of recent judicial sanctions over chain of custody for electronic evid
Without the use of appropriate demonstrative evidence, you run the risk of confusing a jury with unintelligible technical jargon. If you build the presentation logically, and mix tangible items with
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