Most law firms do not the have internal staff, technology and the capability to gather and process large quantities of digital data, nor do they have the up-to-the-minute expertise needed to form an effective digital strategy in [a] rapidly changing world.
DIFSECO can help you to ask the right questions and identify the most effective procedures for your case at the outset, so that the scope of your forensic inquiry suits the value and economics of your case.
DIFSECO provides a full spectrum of Digital Forensic services, to complement your work and round out your capabilities.
With recent Federal rulings finding that attorneys are responsible for providing competent representation for the digital components of their clients’ cases, , finding a trusted digital partner like DIFSECO is the best way to avoid costly mistakes and potential lawsuits.
Having DIFSECO on your team can vastly improve efficiency and reduce short and long-term costs.
Forensic Reports and Documentation
DIFSECO has the experience and expertise to draft precise, thorough and compelling Forensic Reports. Reports that will help your firm achieve your case objectives, whether you end up settling or going to court.
DIFSECO provides our preferred attorneys a level of customization that is unique in the industry. Our Forensic reports are organized to reflect the objective facts of the case in a manner that is illustrative of our client’s case narrative. Our professional writers understand that in both criminal and civil cases, counsel must tell a clear and persuasive story to judges, juries and opposing counsel.
Expert Witness Testimony
DIFSECO’s examiners can appear in court or deposition, as expert witnesses, to testify about how eDiscovery or Digital Forensics were performed, the accuracy and reliability of the evidence, and regarding the specific evidence contained in a report.
Our examiners are experienced and trained to testify effectively during hostile cross-examination DIFSECO Examiners are skilled at defending the credibility of reports, as well as forensic and reporting methodologies.
DIFSECO Examiners know how to explain highly technical forensic or e-Discovery procedures, using language that judges, juries and opposing counsel can understand.