Computer Evidence Discovery Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in finding, recovering, analyzing and presenting electronic information for use in legal matters; provide consulting, technical and litigatory support for cases involving evidence created or stored on a computer. Experts in Computer Forensics, or Electronic Data Recovery and Analysis (sometimes referred to as Forensic Computer Examiners) investigate data processing equipment -- typically a personal computer, laptop, server, or office workstation, but it could also involve monitoring a network -- to produce evidence. Typical cases may include the reconstruction of computer usage, examination of residual data, authentication of data etc. Some
The listings below are all Computer Evidence Discovery expert witnesses and consultants.
Featured ListingsRadical Software & Consulting Inc
New York, NY
Mr. Allport has over 25 years of experience in information technology and financial services. Using this experience Mr. Allport assists attorneys in cases involving: patents, copyrights and intellectual property.
Expert ListingsGlobal Digital Forensics
Global Digital Forensics specializes in the Forensic Analysis of all types of digital assets and media (Computer Forensics) for corporate clients, law firms and government agencies.
Forensicon, A QDiscovery Company
Mr. Yaniv Schiff
Chicago-based firm providing top-notch assistance to law firms and corporations nationwide in expert computer forensics and electronic discovery services.
Over the past decade, Mr. Kelly, a MI Licensed PI, has provided professional digital forensics and electronic discovery services to the legal community. He has examined and provided reports for hundreds of devices such as computer hard drives, servers, tablets, cellular phones, and USB storage devices. Mr. Kelly has provided expert testimony in numerous State and Federal Courts in the preservation, extraction, analysis, and presentation of digital media. Mr. Kellys case experience has included, but is not limited to, intellectual property theft, destruction of evidence, employee misconduct, child pornography, and general electronic discovery.
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