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xiv, 368 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Entering the world of cybercrime
  • An introduction to computer forensics investigations and electronic evidence
  • Laws regulating access to electronic evidence
  • Searches and seizures of computers and electronic evidence
  • Cybercrime laws : which statute for which crime?
  • Understanding the computer-networking environment : beware of the scam artists, bullies, and lurking predators!
  • Where is the electronic evidence and which tools can we use to find it?
  • Crime and incident scene : what should an investigator do?
  • Corporate crimes and policy violations involving computers : how to conduct a corporate investigation
  • E-mail forensics
  • Network forensics : an introduction
  • Mobile phones and PDAs in computer forensics investigations
  • The pretrial and courtroom experiences of a computer forensics investigator.
Balancing technicality and legal analysis, Computer Forensics: Cybercriminals, Laws and Evidence enters into the world of cybercrime by exploring what it is, how it is investigated, and the regulatory laws around the collection and use of electronic evidence. Students are introduced to the technology involved in computer forensic investigations and the technical and legal difficulties involved in searching, extracting, maintaining and storing electronic evidence, while simultaneously looking at the legal implications of such investigations and the rules of legal procedure relevant to electronic evidence. Significant and current computer forensic developments are examined, as well as the implications for a variety of fields including computer science, security, criminology, law, public policy and administration.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781449600723 20160605
Law Library (Crown)
x, 247 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Electronically stored information : what matrimonial lawyers and computer forensics need to know / by Gaetano Ferro, Marcus Lawson and Sarah Murray
  • Admissibility of electronic stored information : it's still the same old story / by Sheldon M. Finkelstein and Evelyn R. Storch
  • In-depth examination of the law regarding spoliation in state and federal courts / by Carole S. Gailor
  • Privacy and litigation : two mutually exclusive concepts / by Margaret D. McGarity
  • The individual's right of privacy in a marriage / by Laura W. Morgan and Lewis B. Reich
  • Down the rabbit's hole : baby monitors, family movies and wiretap law / by Elisabeth Pride.
Law Library (Crown)
xi, 109 pages : illustrations, forms ; 23 cm
  • Introduction to social media
  • Retrieval and retention of social media data
  • Discovery of social media data in a civil action
  • Foundation and authentication
  • Use of social media during trial.
Law Library (Crown)
xxxiv, 362 p. ; 19 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
1 online resource
  • Elements of spoliation
  • Preventing spoliation
  • Sources of sanctions and other rules addressing spoliation
  • When spoliation is suspected
  • Seeking sanctions or other consequences for spoliation
  • Defending against charges of spoliation.
Law Library (Crown)
1 v. (various pagings) : forms ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Obtaining digital evidence : an introduction
  • Fourth Amendment applicability : "inside the box"
  • Competing views of the nature of digital evidence searches
  • Warrants for digital evidence : particularity claims and broad seizures
  • Search execution issues
  • Consent searches ; compelling disclosure of passwords
  • Cell phones, other mobile digital devices, and traditional Fourth Amendment doctrine permitting warrantless searches
  • Seizures of digital evidence
  • Searches at the international border
  • Fourth Amendment applicability to networks and the Internet
  • Statutory regulation of obtaining data
  • Obscenity and child pornography
  • Policing the Internet for crimes involving exploitation of children
  • Property crimes and computer misuse
  • Computer specific crimes : confidential information, unauthorized access, fraud, and damage
  • Intellectual property theft
  • Spyware, adware, malware; phishing; spam; and identity-related crime
  • Other crimes against persons : cyberbullying, threats, stalking, harassment, and defamation
  • Sentencing.
Law Library (Crown)
xii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Integrating electronic evidence into your family law practice
  • Preservation
  • Keeping it legal : what are legal versus illegal tactics?
  • The selection and use of experts
  • The legal mechanics of obtaining access to electronic evidence held by others
  • Appendix. Websites that track e-discovery issues.
"Issues of access to and the forensic use of electronic evidence are front and center to our social agenda—and nowhere are those issues more complicated than in family law. Who but a spouse knows your passwords and may share legal title to the accounts that control your family’s information? This...book explains the complexities of evidence as well as how to effectively integrate this knowledge into your family law practice. The authors put this information in...terms for lawyers who must speak about these issues with clients, with expert witnesses who command vast knowledge of the field, and with judges who may have little familiarity with the subject beyond sending and receiving e-mail."-- Publisher's website.
Law Library (Crown)
xviii, 254 pages ; 23 cm
  • When J.D. means "just don't" know, digital competence is essential
  • The "duty to Google" : representing clients in the digital age
  • You posted what? : advising your client about social media
  • Social sleuthing and discovery
  • Digital hide-and-seek? : preservation and spoliation of evidence
  • Juror, juror on the (social media) wall, who's the fairest of them all?
  • Through the prosecutorial looking glass : prosecutors, ethics, and social media
  • "Friends" with no benefits? : judges, legal ethics, and social media
  • Cover your digital assets! : social media's impact on the transactional lawyer
  • Attorney advertising in an age of LinkedIn, Twitter and blogs
  • They said what about me? : ethically filtering your response to a negative online review
  • Selfie sabotage? : lawyers are human, too!
  • The once and future lawyer : digital defender and client's keeper?
Law Library (Crown)
xxxi, 470 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Electronic discovery : types and sources
  • Preservation of electronic information
  • Meet and confer (Rule 26(f)) and initial scheduling conference (Rule 16)
  • Collection of ESI
  • Search and review of ESI
  • Production of ESI
  • Challenges to - and costs of - ediscovery
  • Spoliation and sanctions
  • Ethical issues in ediscovery
  • Electronic discovery in criminal cases
  • Privilege issues arising during electronic discovery
  • Admissibility of digital evidence.
A concise treatment of all issues relating to electronically stored information (ESI) in litigation today, and a must-own for both civil and criminal practitioners. The authors have substantially rewritten each chapter and added chapters on anticipated changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing ESI (which take effect December, 2015), technology-assisted review of ESI, and the use of ESI in criminal cases. Includes extensive treatment of preservation, search for and production of ESI, privilege protection, sanctions, ethical obligations of attorneys with respect to technology, and how the federal rules can be and have been adopted to accommodate digital evidence. Written by the author of the landmark Zubulake opinions and the Sedona Conference, which is at the forefront of thinking and writing on electronic discovery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634597487 20160619
Law Library (Crown)
x, 143 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
  • Rule changes
  • E-discovery : the early years
  • Small case dilemma
  • A cooperative approach to managing e-discovery in smaller cases
  • Collection concerns : should you collect ESI by yourself or seek outside assistance?
  • Quickly viewing a mixed bag of ESI
  • Small budget searching solutions
  • A processing, review, and production tool all in one digital
  • Managing large volumes of e-mail and their attachments with Intellea
  • Working in the cloud
  • A simple solution for producing ESI
  • Managing E-mail with Adobe Acrobat portfolios
  • Working with electronic records at mediation, arbitration or trial
  • What is next?
As organizations create increasing amounts of digital data, electronic discovery costs for lawyers can skyrocket. For firms with limited technology budgets, or cases with small amounts of electronically stored information (ESI), e-discovery can be challenging. Electronic Discovery for Small Cases offers effective, budget-friendly solutions for collecting, viewing, and analyzing electronic evidence that will benefit any litigator.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781614383505 20160614
Law Library (Crown)
xx, 102 p. : ill.
  • Search and seizure issues / David W. Hagy
  • Integrity, discovery, and disclosure of digital evidence / David W. Hagy
  • Courtroom preparation and evidence rules / David W. Hagy
  • Presentation of digital evidence / David W. Hagy-- Application : child pornography / David W. Hagy.
xix, 429 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Discovery : the new philosophy
  • The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure : practical ESI analysis
  • Practical legal implications
  • Discovery technology innovations
  • Computer forensics
  • Electronic disclosure in UK litigation and investigations / Tracey Stretton, Mark Surguy
  • The past, present and future.
Law Library (Crown)


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