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bit-x-bit is a computer forensics, data loss prevention and e-discovery consulting firm providing expert technical services to notable law firms and companies of all sizes, including the AMLAW 100.
IN THE NEWS
January 5, 2015
bit-x-bit’s Brett Creasy Named Partner & Vice-President
bit-x-bit is pleased to announce that Brett Creasy, Director of Digital Forensics, is now a partner and Vice-President with the firm.Read more
December 17, 2014
bit-x-bit is seeking a highly motivated litigation attorney, with a strong technical background, for the position of Director of E-Discovery Services to work in a fast-paced litigation and client-driven environment. Please visit our "Positions Available" tab for more information on this job opportunity.
December 9, 2014
bit-x-bit expands: Two analysts in e-discovery and forensics join bit-x-bit's technical staff
bit-x-bit is pleased to announce that two Analysts have joined its technical team: Peter Martorelli, E-Discovery Analyst and Luis Kay, Computer Forensics Technician and Analyst.Read more
July 16, 2014
bit-x-bit - Sponsor of the Annual PDI Meeting
bit-x-bit is pleased to be a sponsor of the 46th Annual Pennsylvania Defense Institute Meeting at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort, to be held from July 16-18. Please stop by our booth at the Conference. For more information on the full agenda, please follow the link: http://www.padefense.org/assets/files/PDI_Annual_Meeting_2014_Registration_Form.pdf
May 9, 2014
bit-x-bit - Platinum Sponsor for the 52nd Annual Bench Bar Conference
bit-x-bit is pleased to announce its Platinum Sponsorship of the 52nd Annual Bench Bar Conference at Seven Springs Mountain Resort from June 19-21. http://www.acba.org/acba/pdf/BenchBarBrochure2014.pdf
January 22, 2015
Joe Decker to speak at Pitt
January 16, 2015
bit-x-bit’s Brett Creasy to speak at the Wecht Institute
Brett Creasy will be a panelist at Duquesne University’s Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law. Program topics include Social Media and the Courts, as well as Privacy, Discovery, Admissibility and the Role of Computer Forensics in Social Media. For more information, please follow the link: http://www.duq.edu/about/centers-and-institutes/wecht-institute-of-forensic-science-and-law
October 28, 2014
bit-x-bit's Brett Creasy to guest lecture at Duquesne Law School
On October 28th, our Director of Computer Forensics, Brett Creasy, will be a guest lecturer at Duquesne Law School’s Trade Secret Law class. The topic will be “Working with the Computer Forensic Expert – The Preservation and Presentation of Computer Forensic Evidence in Trade Secret Cases.” The class is taught by our General Counsel, Joe Decker, who is an adjunct professor of law at Duquesne.
October 15, 2014
Joe Decker to speak at PIPLA monthly meeting
Joe Decker will be a panelist at the monthly meeting of the Pittsburgh Intellectual Property Lawyers Association, speaking on “Current Issues in IP Litigation,” specifically, computer evidence in trade secrets cases. Also on the panel will be Cecilia Dickson, Esq. of the Webb Law Firm, and Dave Ries, Esq. of Clark Hill Thorp Reed.
September 2, 2014
Electronic Evidence - Oh The Things You Can Find
Presented by bit-x-bit to the Pitt LAW E-Discovery Seminar and Professor Rhonda Wasserman
Topics Include: Preservation of Electronic Evidence, Chain of Custody, ESI Processing, Smart Phone Acquisition and Analysis, Social Media Evidence and Technology Assisted Review
Exclusively Endorsed by the ACBA
"The Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) endorses bit-x-bit as its provider of choice for computer forensic and electronic discovery litigation support services for ACBA members. The quality of service provided to members and the attractive pricing offered to our members make bit-x-bit a great partner for the ACBA."
-David Blaner Executive Director, ACBA
For more information and member benefits, please click here.
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Invasion of Privacy
The Challenge: An alleged nationwide class of consumers alleged that their rented computers had “spyware” installed on them which took clandestine pictures from the rental computer’s webcam.Read more