Category Archives: Forensics

Information overload

Everywhere you look, information is being created. What is more, that information is being stored, often inadvertently. When the time comes for that information to be accessed and retrieved/managed, perhaps because of litigation, a subject access request, internal investigation or regulatory inquiry, many companies find themselves in real difficulty. Big Data, BYOD, social media and an array… Read More »

Hats off to the High Court

   Some years ago now, I was involved in two major public inquiries which were much in the news. One was the Savile Inquiry into the events in Londonderry in Northern Ireland on Sunday January 30th 1972, known as Bloody Sunday, and the other was an inquiry chaired by Dame Janet Smith into the activities… Read More »

Podcast: Evidence to trip up the unwary.

In the fourth and last in the current series of podcasts, Millnet’s Head of Technical Operations, Stuart Clarke, talks to Chris Dale of the E-Disclosure Information Project about types of evidence which have the potential to trip up lawyers who fail to ask the right questions. The speakers are introduced by Millnet director, Charles Holloway.… Read More »