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Second Circuit Uses “Klipsch” to Speak Loud and Clear on e-Discovery Misconduct
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
Klipsch makes some of the best speakers in the world, especially their high-end Klipschorn speaker series shown here. The Second Court of Appeals used a Klipsch in a dispute recently to sound an alarm about e-discovery abuse and how it will not be tolerated. Klipsch Group, Inc. v. ePRO E-Commerce…
Walkthrough: Analyze DI Face Detection Recognition
Originally posted on Forensic Focus - Articles:
Let’s check out the new features of the Face Detection within Griffeye Analyze DI. Make sure in the Analyze Forensic Market you have the Face and Video utility pack both activated before you create your case. Once you do so, we can go ahead and create a new…
The Importance of Witness Interviews: ‘What Happens in Vegas Shouldn’t Stay in Vegas’
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
A discovery order in Vegas shows the importance of witness interviews and what can happen when you take a cavalier attitude towards preservation. Small v. University Medical Center,  Case No. 2:13-cv-0298-APG-PAL (D.C. Nev., 9/9/18) (FLSA class action seeking unpaid wages for skipped meal breaks). The lengthy order is entitled Report…
A Little Craig Ball, A Little Forensic Examination Protocol, A Little Legal Innovation, A Really Big Microphone. That’s Why We Call It TechnoGumbo.
Originally posted on Techno Gumbo:
In the most recent eDiscovery Channel interview, Tom O’Connor asks Craig Ball about his new Forensic Examination Protocol. Then he adds some lagniappe with a short discussion about Ron Friedmann’s article Legal Innovation Takes More than Talk. All right here on the eDiscovery Channel on YouTube.
Database of Software “Fingerprints” Expands to Include Computer Games
Originally posted on Forensic Focus - Articles:
by Richard Press, NIST One of the largest software libraries in the world just grew larger. The National Software Reference Library (NSRL), which archives copies of the world’s most widely installed software titles, has expanded to include computer game software from three popular PC gaming distribution platforms—Steam, Origin…