Just wanted to let you know that we settled the case. Thank you for all
of your help and work on this matter. You served our client well.

Annie O’ConnellAttorney

We were so very impressed with the way your team handled the matter and the result was equally impressive.

Christie Moore

Andy and his team are my go-to computer forensics expert in my practice as a litigator and labor and employment attorney. As e-discovery grows ever more prevalent, I am increasingly relying on One Source Discovery for solutions. In addition, I have used Andy as a testifying expert and was very pleased with how he could make difficult concepts understandable for the trier-of-fact.

Cynthia DollAttorney

I've used Andy and his team several times for litigation related forensic IT services. I've found him highly competent and reliable, and a good value.

George AdamsAttorney

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Cell Phone = Plethora of Evidence

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Odds are good that you might reading this article on your cell phone. Mobile devices topped the 8 billion mark in 2016, with only 7.5 billion people. That means that cell...

Wearable Technology: What Are You Wearing and What Is It Saying About You?

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Jenny leaves the gym, pleased that she reached her step goal for the day. Johnny glances at his wrist quickly during a meeting, and swipes to the left. Billy finishes...

eDiscovery Check-in: How Courts and Practitioners are Handling the 2015 FRCP Amendments

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Background Many federal rules were updated in December 2015.  For example, Rule 34, which now requires specificity in objections to discovery requests instead of the boilerplate objections.  From an eDiscovery...