How Attorneys Can Ruin a Computer Forensics Investigation

How Attorneys Can Ruin a Computer Forensics Investigation

In the course of writing and editing the Data Narro digital forensics & e-ediscovery blog, we scour the web for new information and articles of interest to our readers. Sometimes, we find an article that has us kicking ourselves, wishing we had put it together. Yesterday, LegalTech News published an article that we think is spot-on. It’s called “Six Ways Attorneys Can Ruin a Computer Forensics Investigation.

The article catalogues the various ways that legal teams often work against their best interests by taking actions that interfere with the process of digital forensics. This might lead to destroyed electronically stored information (ESI), a corrupted chain-of-custody, or missed digital evidence.

We want all of our clients to read this today:
LegalTech News: Six Ways Attorneys Can Ruin a Computer Forensic Case (subscription required)

Want to learn more?
Download our “2019 Attorney’s Guide to Digital Forensic” e-book, a handy field guide to modern digital forensics.

If you are a law firm located in Wisconsin, Data Narro would be happy to come to your office and educate your staff. We have a one-credit CLE class titled “The Attorney’s Guide to Modern Digital Forensics” that we teach at no cost.