Law In Order is the ‘one stop shop’ in the global market, covering the full spectrum of digital services for the legal profession including forensic data collections and investigations, managed document review, eDiscovery, and eTrials and eArbitrations.
Our team of Forensic specialists can assist at audit stage or in response to court dictated discovery or investigatory requests. The team can assist from our local branches or travel across the globe to provide these services.
Our Forensic experts have specialised technical and business knowledge gained through years of experience working closely with clients. They work across law enforcement, government agencies and the private sector. Our team have experience with matters of all sizes including cross-border eDiscovery matters involving multiple complex data sources
The matters our Forensic specialists have been involved in include fraud investigations, criminal offences, IP / identity thefts, employee misconducts, litigation and arbitration.
“Our services are very flexible and supportive. Our data collection processes can be scaled to the needs of the matter. In addition, we can assist our clients with the development of collection work flows, and collection auditing” David Kerstjens, Digital Forensics Lead at Law In Order said.
Assisted self-collection using preconfigured devices and other remote collection services are also available.
“We can also provide affidavits of the work we perform or act as an independent expert. We’re happy to discuss any investigation you are currently conducting to help identify how electronic evidence can support your investigation,” David Kerstjens said.
The Forensics team offers data collection services across a wide range of data sources and devices, using industry leading forensic software.
“This software we recommend improves drive acquisition speed while maintaining the integrity of the collected data,” David Kerstjens said.
Our Forensic experts meet all regulatory requirements. They use standard collection methodologies and chain of custody guidelines. The team also can conduct in-depth analysis of acquired data to assist in uncovering findings of interest to clients, law enforcement and regulators.
Types of common forensic acquisitions include hard drive and loose media, portable devices, network, archived media collections and cloud based repositories.
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