Category Archives: E-Discovery

Cell Phone Forensics – Pin Locked Phones and Chip-Off Forensics

The Trayvon Martin murder case will be getting additional media attention as George Zimmerman is scheduled to go on trial this summer. CFLLC was recently contacted to provide some insight, as to how potential evidentiary data contained on Trayvon Martin’s … Continue reading

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Florida Rules of Civil Procedure – New E-Discovery Amendments go into effect September 01, 2012

The Florida Supreme Court approved the Amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure affecting E-Discovery, they go into effect on September 01, 2012 Florida Supreme Court Decision The long awaited decision makes amendments to seven of the existing Florida … Continue reading

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Proposed Amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure

We recently had a discussion with a client regarding the proposed changes to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, and of the amendments that have been approved by the Florida Bar Board of Governors, awaiting adoption by the Florida Supreme … Continue reading

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