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Partner Jeffrey Hartman Published in Bloomberg BNA

Smart Phones: A New Holy Grail of Digital Evidence for Litigators?    Using a series of short case studies, 4Discovery’s Jeffrey L. Hartman illustrates how specialized forensics are bringing new evidence to life in modern litigation as the amount of data stored on mobile phones grows. A vehicle, traveling at highway speeds, gradually veered off the roadway and smashed violently into the rear of a truck parked on the shoulder …Read More

Chicago Computer Forensics Company 4Discovery Recovers Data From a Mobile Phone Submerged in Pressurized Ocean Salt Water

CNN Reporter Ted Rowlands Puts Computer Forensics Company to The Test in Malaysian Air Flight 370 Mobile Phone Device Data Recovery Reenactment Chicago, IL As the search for missing Malaysian Air Flight 370 continues, a great deal of curiosity has been generated about what could potentially be found on the mobile phones of passengers, if the aircraft is ever located.  A CNN team led by reporter Ted Rowlands decided to …Read More

CNN Revisited

Malaysian Air Flight 370 Mobile Phone Device Data Recovery Reenactment  Can 4Discovery Recover Data From a Mobile Phone That Has Been Submerged In Pressurized Cold Salt Water for a Week?  That is the question that CNN posed to 4Discovery computer forensics experts last week when they revisited our offices with a Samsung mobile phone loaded with text messages, photos, videos, and emails.  Then, the CNN reporter, Ted Rowlands, and our …Read More

CNN Interviews 4Discovery’s Chad Gough

  Would Data be Recoverable From Malaysian Flight 370 Passenger’s Mobile Devices? If Malaysian flight 370 is ever recovered, could draft text messages, videos, and other electronically stored information retrieved from passenger’s mobile phones and other digital devices help tell the story of the doomed airliner’s fate? When CNN decided to examine this question during today’s airing of Erin Burnett’s “UpFront”  program, they asked for insight from the experts at Chicago-based computer …Read More

Mobile Phone Forensics by 4Discovery’s Josh Fazio Puts Child Molester in Prison for Life

Mobile devices are ubiquitous, and the digital evidence they create can be dramatic.  Using advanced mobile device forensics techniques, Chicago computer forensics company 4Discovery’s Josh Fazio recently recovered photographs from a mobile device that had sent a notorious child molester to prison for life.  Digital forensics experts are playing an increasingly important role in investigations. Jerry Lee Hendricks, pictured, a 66 year old repeat child sex offender, was suspected by …Read More

CLE at Naperville Chamber of Commerce

“Mobile Device Electronic Discovery” Bringing Electronic Discovery Knowledge to You Looking for a convenient and FREE way to complete your CLE requirements? Concerned about compliance with rapidly-changing eDiscovery technology? Want to have lunch and network with colleagues while earning CLE credits?   4Discovery brings CLE programs to the Western Suburbs! Smart Phones are Ubiquitous 1.5 billion new Smart Phones will be sold in the next five years.  These phones and …Read More

Merge with eDiscovery Labs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chicago, IL The principals of 4Discovery and eDiscovery Labs have announced the strategic merger of their organizations into one brand: 4Discovery. For over a decade, Jeffrey Hartman and Chad Gough grew Impact Forensics into one of the most formidable, privately-held computer forensics firms in Chicago. After selling that firm a few years ago, Hartman took a sabbatical, and then provided litigation-consulting under eDiscovery Labs.  Gough teamed up …Read More