Our principal consultants have been providing services to the legal community for over fourteen years and investigating and prosecuting cases for over forty years combined. We understand the needs and concerns of our customers and are able to draw on our legal and technical skills to assist corporations and Law Firms alike to meet the strict demands of eDiscovery.
We immerse ourselves in your case
We work seamlessly with Corporate IT departments and Counsel to develop repeatable and defensible electronic evidence discovery strategies, such as:
- Assimilating ESI data management into the overall discovery plan.
- Assisting in pre-trial negotiations of search protocols and production formats.
- Designing a detailed electronic data preservation plan.
- Designing and managing Forensically Sound Data Collection Procedures.
- Customizing and executing ESI processing and investigative data analysis.
- FRCP 26(f) Meet and Confer Consultation.
- Data Mapping.
- Export Witness Testimony
Our experts are the experts to whom experts look
Not only do we practice best practices, we also “preach” them. Brian Wolfinger, Vice President, Operations & Technology, has trained thousands of law enforcement analysts in forensic data collection, analysis and investigation. Our analysts have testified innumerable times regarding these practices, and their expert reports have been accepted as expert evidence in numerous criminal and civil matters. Indeed, one of Mr. Wolfinger’s investigations, including Mr. Wolfinger’s analysis, continues to be used (in redacted form) as a hypothetical case for training purposes by the National District Attorney’s Association in its computer investigations and prosecutions course for prosecutors. Other principles, such as Leonard Deutchman, Esquire, General Counsel & Vice President, are often invited as panel speakers, instructors for CLE courses, and even teach classes in computer forensics at local community colleges.
Reviewing Your Opponent’s Expert
Our experts are so knowledgeable and well-respected that we are often called upon not simply to provide expert testimony regarding our analyses, but to provide it regarding the expert testimony of opposing experts. When those experts present sound conclusions, we advise our customers, who are then in the best position to seek the optimal outcome in the most economical means possible. When those experts, however, have presented faulty analysis, we will so advise and, when asked, will so testify. We have been involved in many “battle of the experts” litigations and have always prevailed, most recently in a federal matter involving two software providers in which the verdict and every ruling was appealed by the adverse party, save for the ruling on spoliation where we refuted the opposing party’s expert testimony.