Expert witnesses are required to be properly qualified and objective. Our reputation for seeking truth has led to us to be highly sought after by the top litigation firms.
In litigation, the reputation and financial health of your organization is at risk. You need a battle-tested and trusted expert witness by your side who will help you find and present the facts, and what they indicate, when the stakes are high.
How We Help
We help organizations present their cases and diminish risk. Our expert witnesses clarify the facts impartially and present them in a manner that stands up to scrutiny from the court and opposing counsel. We document proper chain-of-custody, testify on the validity of forensic data, and objectively present our findings.
We are credentialed former federal prosecutors and investigators with an intimate knowledge of the law. We can help instill confidence in your in-house and outside counsel by offering testimony that can withstand cross-examination by even the savviest opposing attorneys.
Known for Discretion
We conduct ourselves with discretion, maintaining privilege protections and proper chain-of-custody. You can trust us with your most sensitive information.
We work as an integrated team. Our professionals are recognized leaders in technology, law, government, business, risk, law enforcement, intelligence, computer science, and digital forensics. This breadth of knowledge, combined with our field experience, deepens our analysis and better serves you.
We’re the Go-To Incident Response Firm
Breaches present not only a technology problem but also a company-wide risk problem. As the go-to firm addressing the highest profile breaches in recent years for organizations and their law firms1, we mount an effective response and work to quickly restore normal operations.
Find yourself faced with a case or litigation and need responsible, comprehensive expert witness testimony? Call now to speak with one of our team today.
1. Robert McMillan and Ryan Knutson,“Yahoo Triples Estimate of Breached Accounts to 3 Billion,” Wall Street Journal. October 3, 2017.