Professional services are designed for convenient and routine data preservation and production options for electronically stored information from computers, cell phones, tablets, and external storage drives such as text messages, call logs, and location data. These services are recommended for attorneys, corporations, and individuals that fall under one or more of the following scenarios:
Prelitigation or negotiation phases to identify evidence in support of a lawsuit or settlement
Seeking a litigation hold and compliant data preservation not yet requiring expert analysis or opinion
Requiring an economic option to independently review and produce electronic data in an admissible format
Private or corporate investigations to recover electronic data or identify actionable activity
Professional services provide all the necessary documentary evidence to guide the process and authenticate the data without the costly need of expert consultation, a written expert report, or expert testimony.
The priority in litigation is the preservation of all relevant data including digital evidence from cell phones, laptops, and computers. Loehrs Forensics preservation service ensures all data relevant to the case is captured, that its integrity remains intact, and that it will be admissible. If the adverse party does not comply, this service preserves spoliation issues.
This service does not include the review, analysis, or reporting of any data preserved. This service is best for litigators looking to preserve evidence in early stages of the case until the protocols of the examination are established. This is to assure all parties private and confidential data will not be accessed pending proper authorization to search. For on-site acquisitions, please call us at 602 313 0976 for immediate assistance and quote.
CELL PHONE REPORT
Cell phone data can reveal case settling evidence such as intellectual property theft, intent, motive, spoliation, extortion, locations, or reckless behavior (e.g. texting while driving). A Forensics Report of Artifacts details the data forensically extracted from cell phones in a clean and easy-to-read format that can be seamlessly produced in discovery. The Loehrs Forensics cell phone report service includes preservation and the production of the data extracted as a result.
Upon request, the report can be limited by date ranges, contacts, presence of key terms, and artifact type (e.g. text messages, calls, locations) or a combination of all of the above.
Computer data can reveal case settling evidence such as intellectual property theft, intent, motive, spoliation, or network intrusions. A Forensics Report of Artifacts details data commonly known to contain information of evidentiary interest which was forensically extracted from the evidence. These reports are user-friendly to search and produce data in a clean and easy-to-read format that can be seamlessly produced in discovery. The Loehrs Forensics computer report service includes preservation and production of the data extracted as a result.
Upon request, the report can be limited by date ranges, contacts, presence of key terms, and artifact type (e.g. emails, Internet history, documents) or a combination of it all.
HOW IT WORKS
1 YOU SERVE IT
For original evidence, you serve a preservation letter to adverse counsel, the device owner, or third-party defendant with the help of our template. This also preserves potential spoliation issues.
WHAT YOU GET
It is important when producing electronic data to have the proper documentation to authenticate the information. The Professional service includes the following documentary evidence so that the data speaks for itself without the additional expenses of written expert reports or testimony. For additional services, please see our Expert option.
The Forensics Report of Artifacts can be customized to include as much or as little data needed to meet the requirements or scope of the investigation. The report can be filtered by one or a combination of the following criteria:
Date filtering allows only activity on a device within a time frame of interest to be disclosed in the report and excludes activity beyond what is relevant. For instance, date filters are a productive way of representing cell phone activity surrounding the date and time of a collision. This filter can be as precise as minutes, hours or days, or as wide as weeks, months or years.
Filtering a Forensics Report of Artifacts for contacts allows the information produced to be limited to only parties of interest. For instance, contact filters are a productive way of representing any communications with clients and co-workers in intellectual property theft cases. Contacts can include names, email addresses, phone numbers, and social media monikers.
Artifact filtering includes only categories of evidence which may exist in a case such as text messages, calls, emails, documents, or Internet history. For instance, artifact filters are a productive way to include only evidence within the scope of an investigation involving specific events or allegations. This filter can include only one artifact or many and be combined with the above filters to further narrow the search.