Rules of procedure involving computer forensics and evidence analysis:

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure which became law on 12-1-2006, most attorneys are either unfamiliar and have not needed Computer Forensics and Electronic Evidence Discovery or are familiar with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26, Rule 34, and Rule 45, which have added many new procedures for handling and requesting electronic information.

Computer Forensics & E-Discovery in the News

Making Computer Forensics Elementary at Your Firm
April 19, 2007

EDD Fight Heats Up in Oracle Case
April 18, 2007

Disclosure: How Safe Are EDD Safeguards?
April 12, 2007

A E-mails May Aid Katrina Homeowners' Case
April 12, 2007

A Hands On Approach to Litigation Holds
March 29, 2007

$1.58 Billion Judgment Against Morgan Stanley Reversed
March 21, 2007

Court Sustains Objections to Many Requests in Light of Burden Claimed, But Orders Production of Certain Documents in Electronic Format
March 20, 2007

Court Orders Defendant to Restore One-Fourth of Its Backup Tapes, at Defendant's Expense, Given Gaps in Production
March 19, 2007

Microsoft Brings an Altered Vista to EDD
March 14, 2007

Nation's First National Computer Forensics Institute to be Located in Alabama
March 9, 2007

Intel Faces Up to E-Mail Retention Problems in AMD Lawsuit
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The High Cost of Ineffective Search
Feburary 14, 2007

California E-Discovery Rule Changes on Hold
January 5, 2007

Ready to produce IMs in court?
Guidelines expand types of electronic info you'll need for discovery

January 4, 2007

New Federal Rules Governing Electronic-Document Storage May Catch Some Businesses Unaware
January 4, 2007

The Attorney-Client Privilege and the Amended Federal Discovery Rules
December 2006

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