offers a wide range of forensic services to the legal profession.
These services range from discovery issues, and disputes involving
copyright, patent, trade secrets, the preservation and analysis
of computer-based evidence, the analysis of software failures, and
questioned computer-generated documents.
also work with clients to help define discovery requests, examine
evidence produced for completeness, and assist in data mining the
evidence - especially in large scale or multi-district litigation
where vast quantities of data and databases are produced.
We also specialize
in the failure analysis of software development projects; the delivery
of an unsatisfactory system, or time/cost overruns. Our capabilities
also include questioned document analysis, using photomicrography
to analyze laser printed documents.
Borrowing from a dictionary definition,
we at JLI define forensic software and data analysis as the preservation
and analysis of computer-based and Internet-based evidence either
for discussion by the public or in the Courts.