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Over the past few years, e-discovery has grown from a little mentioned, often avoided aspect of litigation into a core component that can make or break a case. It first gained widespread attention in the Zubulake and Morgan Stanley cases, and was thrust into the spotlight late in 2006 by changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that specifically targeted discovery of electronically stored information (ESI).
Finding answers to the questions that arise in litigation often hinges on the proper acquisition, preservation, analysis, and presentation of electronic evidence. Reliance on electronic information is sure to increase as computer systems continue to integrate into more aspects of modern life. An experienced computer expert can provide key insight into making the best use of electronic evidence in a case.
Information technology has come a long way since the time of cuneiform tablets. Today litigators are finding that their cases---whether "computer cases'' or not---are relying increasingly on electronic stored information (ESI). This article considers two issues of ESI: data formats and encoding, and why lawyers should not fear the technology.
About Interhack CorporationComputer Forensic Expert Witness: Data Breach, Information Security, Cybersecurity
C. Matthew Curtin, CISSP is the Founder and CEO of Interhack Corporation. Curtin is Interhack’s lead computer scientist and cybersecurity expert. Curtin has been engaged in criminal, civil, administrative, and military processes by plaintiffs, defendants, and the courts directly. His opinion has been accepted by federal and state courts throughout the country in hearings, trials, and appeals.
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