Plaintiff’s counsel filed a Motion for Sanctions against Defendants Katherine Camera, an individual, and Broadbent Selections, Inc. Defendants’ Counsel Mr. Joseph Marconi and Mr. Victor J. Pioli of Johnson & Bell LTD. successfully defeated those allegations using analysis of Forensicon’s Senior Examiner, Yaniv Schiff.
Forensicon, Inc. Staff Performed the Forensic Collection and Analysis that preceded the court’s decision in this Wisconsin State Record 203.8 Million Dollar Jury Verdict against the defendants. The published opinion by the State Court of Appeals follows: 2010 WI APP 6 COURT OF APPEALS OF WISCONSIN PUBLISHED OPINION Case No.: 2008AP1647 Complete Title of Case:[…Read More]
October 7th-13th, 2012 SANS Forensics Prague 2012 Prague, Czech Republic
Beginning October 1st, 2009, the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program entered it’s Phase One Implementation and Evaluation period. During the seven months from now until May 1st, 2010, individual Seventh Circuit judges have agreed to adopt new principles concerning the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) and implement them in select cases. “The Principles”[…Read More]
Racine County, Wisconsin – February 26th, 2008: [(Circuit Court of Racine County, Wisconsin, Case No. 04 CV) Plaintiff Representation: February 26th, 2008] Forensicon provided computer forensics investigative services in support of internal investigation and litigation resulting in the largest Jury Verdict in the State of Wisconsin as of February 26th, 2008. http://journaltimes.videos.vmixcore.com/p/video?id=1739702
Court Does Not Distinguish Between Computer Files Found on Inactive or Active Memory 2004 WL 1068809 (Cal. Ct. App. 2004) In a criminal case, the defendant appealed his conviction involving the possession of child pornography. Among the defendant’s arguments was the contention that the evidence supporting his conviction was insufficient because it was discovered on[…Read More]
Party’s Inconsistent Testimony Justifies Delayed Disclosure Of Computer Forensic Expert 2004 WL 1093385 (N.D. Ill. 2004) In a case involving an alleged breach of a restrictive covenant, the defendant moved to strike the testimony of a computer expert who recovered deleted documents from the defendant’s computer. The defendant argued that allowing the expert’s testimony would[…Read More]
The plaintiff brought legal action against its former employees for misappropriating a number of plaintiff’s computer files. In support of its claims, the plaintiff performed a forensic analysis of the employees’ former work computers and discovered that they had copied confidential files prior to leaving the company.
In today’s heyday of electronic discovery, production of computer-generated documents has become more commonplace than it was just a few short years ago. Most major law firms understand that letters, agreements, reports, statistical and financial data may exist electronically, and they are willing to include “documents” created with everyday software programs in their discovery requests[…Read More]
Unfortunately for employers, unconditional trust in an employee’s honesty is not a luxury any employer can afford. The Computer Security Institute’s “2003 Computer Crime and Security Survey” indicates that “theft of proprietary information caused the greatest financial loss” and, additionally, 62 percent of those who responded to the survey reported that an insider was involved[…Read More]