The Management and Consultant Team at Digital Acuity has written many publication and numerous whitepapers on subjects that pertain to Electronic Discovery. Below is a sampling of our whitepapers. (To view the documents below you must have Adobe Acrobat. You can download Acrobat here. (Please Note – if you are viewing this page on a mobile device you may not be able to download the files. Please switch to a desktop to view or download.)
Global Positioning Artifacts – How GPS data is making a difference in today’s courtrooms.
By Christopher Sardynski, M.S. Computer Forensics and Digital Investigation, and Lead Digital Forensic Analyst for Digital Acuity.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a system that uses the combination of satellites, ground control stations, and user operated devices which act as a GPS receiver. Together these make up the system that can provide a user with positioning, and navigational data with accuracy in even the harshest of weather conditions. Read More
A Review of E-Discovery Strategies
By K.J. Kuchta, CPP, CFE -CEO and Founder of Digital Acuity
Developing an effective strategy continues to be a cornerstone for effective electronic discovery. This paper examines several common strategies and analyzes the pros and cons of each. Read More
Avoiding an E-Discovery Odyssey
By Roland Bernier, Esq.- ESI Consultant for Digital Acuity
This article first appeared in the Northern Kentucky Law Review, Volume 36 Number 4 (Summer 2009). E-discovery has been the impetus for the emergence of a growing body of literature…Read More
Understanding ESI Technology and Workflows
By Mark Walker – ESI Consultant for Digital Acuity
What we as E-discovery professionals must realize is that we are in the midst of great transition, brought on by the advent of powerful yet inexpensive computers and global connectivity. Data is everywhere. Evidence is data. Read More
Winning Ways – From The American Lawyer (2005)
By Amy Kolz -For The American Lawyer
On June 17, 2004, MICHAEL DEMANE, THE PRESIDENT of Medtronic Sofamor Danek, Inc., testified in a Memphis courtroom that he couldn’t recall receiving a 2001 spreadsheet. Wrong answer. DeMane was a key witness in a patent suit between Medtronic and inventor Dr. Gary Michelson. Read More