Attorney Consultation and Referrals
Providence Divorce Lawyer Accepting Consulting on Electronic Evidence Issues
Back in the early 1980s, when hard disks were the size of washing machines,
Tim Conlon was involved in computer forensics and prosecution of computer
crime. From the illegal alteration of mortgage information at a quasi-public
entity to rigged wagering at a parimutuel betting facility, he handled
all types of complex cases involving electronic evidence and computers .
Today, electronic evidence and computer discovery has become commonplace
in civil litigation, and
attorney Tim Conlon and his firm have been at the forefront of developing forensic cases in
family law. Our cases have involved everything from traditional hard-disk recovery
and searches for hidden files to what is becoming commonplace in the modern
social media evidence.
Increasingly, family law attorneys are finding it helpful to consult with
us regarding these issues, as the question of what can be found, how is
it legally obtained and how is it preserved and presented can be daunting
for the uninitiated. If you would like to discuss your situation in connection
with a case you are handling, please contact me directly by email us from
this site, and we will set up a consultation to discuss how we can assist
you in acquiring, analyzing and presenting electronic evidence.
Please contact me directly by email with the subject line filled in
Attorney Consultation if you are an attorney interested in a consultation regarding electronic evidence.