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Social Networking – Reach Out and Virtually Touch Someone

What do half of us do everyday? Log into Facebook. We are more likely to use social media (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Wikipedia) to socialize than have a cup of coffee with a loved one. When people use social networking or social media sites, they are creating ESI (electronically stored information). This advisory will discuss the explosion of social media and how it’s being used in fact-finding endeavors. I. …Read More

Think Your Case is Too Small for E-Discovery or Computer Forensics? Think Again.

Cost-Containment Tips You Can Not Afford to Ignore The Background You are working on a small case, and you have a hunch that Electronically Stored Information (ESI) could be helpful in obtaining a just, speedy, and inexpensive conclusion to the matter. But, you have a perception that computer forensics and electronic discovery is just too costly, and is not “proportional” to the value of the matter you are engaged on. …Read More