In this newsletter we talk about strategies and issues around tracking a former employee’s computer activities. We highlight Jason Gossett, out new employee.
One of the most important things that companies need to do is to make sure that they do not spoil the evidence by looking to see what the employee was doing. In many cases, right after someone departs, the manager or someone from IT will look through the computer to see what files were recently[…Read More]
CHICAGO: April 8, 2004 – Lee Neubecker, President and CEO of Forensicon, a computer forensics and electronic discovery firm in Chicago, will be presenting “Computer Forensics and Tort and Personal Injury Law” to students from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago on April 20, 2004. The presentation will cover basic information about computer forensics[…Read More]
When a computer is identified as possibly containing electronic evidence, it is imperative to follow a strict set of procedures to ensure a proper (i.e. admissible) extraction of any evidence that may exist on the subject computer. The first thing to remember is the “golden rule of electronic evidence”—never, in any way, modify the original[…Read More]
CHICAGO: March 1, 2004 – Forensicon’s President and CEO, Lee Neubecker, will be speaking at Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s Electronic Discovery seminar on April 27, 2004. The seminar is part of a series organized by Law Bulletin annually, exploring the latest issues and hottest trends in the legal industry. “Companies today involved in litigation have[…Read More]
CHICAGO: November 7, 2003 – Before the news on one computer virus subsides, it is time for yet another one. First Business, a daily program on WCIU-TV that provides highlights on up-to-date business and finance news, interviews Lee Neubecker, President and CEO of Forensicon, a computer forensics and electronic discovery firm based in Chicago, on[…Read More]
CHICAGO: October 29-30, 2003 – The legal industry’s technology conference, LegalTech, is in Chicago from October 29 to October 30, 2003 at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. The conference tracks provide up-to-date and insightful coverage of issues that affect litigation today. One of the tracks, Electronic Data Discovery, gains a following due to its popularity[…Read More]
CHICAGO: September 17, 2003 – Forensicon, a computer forensics and electronic discovery firm in Chicago, had the opportunity to present “Electronic Discovery 101” to the Chicago Chapter Small Practice Group of the American Legal Association (ALA) at the conference room in the historic Monadnock building. During the presentation, Lee Neubecker, President and CEO of Forensicon,[…Read More]