Computer Forensics and Data Recovery
Computer forensics and data recovery require careful analysis and reconstruction of digital evidence. We are able to reverse engineer and reconstruct hardware and software environments from backups, remnants, and fragments of historical software. We have direct access to and familiarity with proprietary and licensed tools and software to assist with data recovery and extraction, metadata review and management, and e-discovery.
Select Computer Forensics Cases
- We are able to reverse engineer and reconstruct hardware and software environments from backups, remnants, and fragments of historical software.
- We have direct access to and familiarity with proprietary and licensed tools and software to assist with data recovery and extraction, metadata review and management, and e-discovery.
Herbert and Marlene Singer Living Trust, et.al. v. The Travelers Lloyds Insurance Company and First Texas Insurance Services, LLC
Cause No. : 6:09-CV-63
Jurisdiction : United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division
Description : Consulting and Co-Defendant Travelers over existence of email communication. Provided in-depth forensic inquiry into each party’s primary and back-up IT systems to determine whether e-mail was sent and/or received. (2009-2010)
JurisDictionUSA, Inc. v. Loislaw.com, Inc. and Aspen Publishers, Inc., et.al.
Cause No. : CV-2002-115 (II)
Jurisdiction : Circuit Court of Crawford County, Arkansas, Civil Division
Description : Consulting and testifying expert on significant state court case involving historical reconstruction and testing of legal software product and analysis and testimony concerning the performance of such software product against contract specifications. (2007-2008)
Charles Moon and AISoft, Inc. v. Infoglide Corporation.
Cause No. : D-1-GN-07-000747
Jurisdiction : 353rd Judicial District Court of the State of Texas, Travis County
Description : Consulting and testifying expert on state court case involving retention of trade secrets and other intellectual property rights by key employees and forensic and comparative determination of whether such employees brought the trade secrets and intellectual property to their subsequent employer. (2007-2008)
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