Understanding the Legal Issues of Computer Forensics: Leading Lawyers on Understanding Regulations Concerning the Collection, Preservation, and Admissibility of Electronic Evidence(Inside the Minds)by Multiple Authors
Understanding the Legal Issues of Computer Forensics provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on the regulations governing the collection, preservation, and admissibility of electronic and online evidence. Featuring top partners and chairs from around the nation, this book discusses the latest trends in the practice area, including the recovery of deleted
Understanding the Legal Issues of Computer Forensics provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on the regulations governing the collection, preservation, and admissibility of electronic and online evidence. Featuring top partners and chairs from around the nation, this book discusses the latest trends in the practice area, including the recovery of deleted or encrypted information, the reliability of collected data, and the new challenges that mobile technology presents. These top lawyers also consider the impact of recent cases, such as EEOC v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, Plasse v. Tyco Elecs. Corp., and Christopher v. Tulsa Ambassador Hotel LLC. Additionally, these leaders discuss new regulations regarding privacy and security and how lawyers can best address them. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great legal minds of today, as these experienced lawyers offer up their thoughts around the keys to success within this ever-changing field.
Inside the Minds provides readers with proven business and legal intelligence from leading C-Level executives and lawyers. Each chapter offers thought leadership and expert analysis on an industry, profession, or topic, providing a future-oriented perspective and proven strategies for success. Each author has been selected based on their experience and C-Level standing within the business and legal communities.
1. Philip N. Yannella, Partner in Charge, E-Discovery & Data Management, Ballard Spahr LLP - "How the Latest Advances in Computer Forensic Analysis are Impacting Litigation Matters"
2. Scott Carlson, Equity Partner and Chair, E-Discovery and Information Governance Practice, Seyfarth Shaw LLP - "New Challenges for Digital Forensics Experts and the Attorneys Who Work With Them"
3. Jonathan Sablone, Partner and Chair, E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Practice, Nixon Peabody LLP - "Preserving and Retrieving Data Through Computer Forensics"
4. Scott A. Kane, Partner and Chair, E-Discovery & Data Management Team, Squire Sanders (US) LLP - "Computer Forensics in Civil Litigation: Practical Strategies and Skills"
5. Nicholas W. Allard, Joseph Crea Dean and Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School, and Partner, Patton Boggs LLP - "The Globalization of Privacy and Security in Cyberspace: Government, Law, and Society in the Twenty-First Century Online World"
6. Stuart B. Claire, LLM, Manager, Litigation Technology Support, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC - "The Interplay Between Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensics"
Appendix: Plasse v. Tyco Elecs. Corp.
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