At the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference in Orlando, Fla., a number of vendors in computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery released new products, which make CEIC an annual e
Migrating data from a pretrial database to a trial database is no mean feat, especially in the crucial, often chaotic run-up to trial. Trial Support Manager Michael Skrzypek shares 10 tips to smooth
"Bring Your Own Device" trend raises storage issues and new challenges for work-life balance
Our annual index to announcements of new products and services that appeared in Law Technology News from January through November 2009
As you jump on the elevator with binders, records and writing boards in one hand and your entire case on a pull cart, you wonder: "Do I have everything I need for trial?" If it were 1999, the answer
Goodyear's defense against a lawsuit brought by Jeffrey Katzenberg of Dreamworks over defective heating hoses illustrates how trial technology can show jurors the structure and mechanics of a multimi
...Holland & Hart’s Persuasion Strategies created this QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR) movie of the home to illustrate the American chestnut...
...StoragePSTMSG PST Email MessageQPW Quattro ProQT QuicktimeRAW Raw Unprocessed ImageRFC822 Internet Email MessageRIFF...
...It also lets you view PDF files and video formats such as Quicktime and AVI. XnView provides basic fucntions like cropping, rotation, red-eye removal...
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