Electronic Evidence in Everyday Cases
Most attorneys aren’t dealing with the mega-cases, where it is assumed that the electronic evidence costs will exceed six or seven figures. So how can you effectively use computer forensics in everyday cases? How much might it cost you? How do you select a vendor that will be proficient, and yet as cost-conscious as you are? How much should you expend to spend at the end of the day? What methods are there to hone in on the most valuable evidence quickly? Bring your own questions â€“ our experts are here to help you figure out how to deal with electronic evidence competently, but with a budget in mind.
Sharon D. Nelson, President
John W. Simek, Vice President
Sensei Enterprises, Fairfax, Virginia
West Virginia Solo & Small Firm Conference
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