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11/16/2004· Computer Forensics

Proactive Forensics in the Workplace

By: Paul Taylor

The benefits of computer forensics have been seen over and over again in the criminal and civil courts throughout the world in the past two decades. If there is ever a case involving accounting or communication between key witnesses then computer forensics will be involved in some form

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11/12/2004· Computer Forensics

The Evolving Legal Landscape of Electronic Discovery

By: SETEC Investigations

It is estimated that over 90% of all documents are now created electronically, although most of them are never printed; therefore, legal professionals are being challenged by a drastic increase in electronic evidence

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11/3/2004· Automotive - Vehicular

Defensive Non-Driving

By: Ned Einstein

Since driving a 20- or 25-ton motorcoach is touted as so being difficult, it is only fair to ask why so much carnage, and so many law suits, occur apart from collisions. In particular, the number of incidents occurring at or near stops seems largely disproportionate to the perceived simplicity of handling things when the bus or coach is stationary

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11/3/2004· Medicine

Antibiotics

By: Dr. Sat Sharma and Nicholas Anthonisen

After 60 years of availability of antibiotics, surprisingly little is known about their role in obstructive airway diseases. Areview of antibiotic therapy will necessarily involve a discussion of the role of bacterial infection in asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

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10/15/2004· Crisis Management

Dealers, Healers, Brutes And Saviors: Eight Winning Styles For Solving Giant Business Problems

By: Gerald C. Meyers

Strong, well-organized labor can quickly cripple a miscalculating company.Any company bent on progress with a minimum of labor interference must keep its workforce watered and well-fed, and keep labor relations in apple-pie order

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9/21/2004· Failure Analysis

Contemporary Skin Barrier Wall Design And Water Leakage

By: Kimball J. Beasley

For hundreds of years, building walls were constructed of stone or brick and were sometimes several feet thick. Such massive walls served well not only to sup port the floors and roof but also to keep out the weather

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9/21/2004· Machinery

The Value of Lubricants and Lubrication Knowledge and Skills

By: John H. Marino

For me it is fascinating that in this highly competitive global marketplace, so many American companies lack the lubricants and lubrication knowledge or skills needed to protect, let alone achieve, the greatest return on their production machinery

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8/19/2004· Underwriting

All Should Use Greater Care Handling Underwriting Information

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

One of the tenets of insurance law is that parties to an insurance policy are expected to deal with each other in utmost good faith. Applicants for insurance or their brokers must disclose all relevant underwriting information fully and accurately to prospective insurers

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8/14/2004· Computer Forensics

Computer Sleuth: Beating Down The Evidence Trail With Computer Forensics

By: Robert P. Green and Scott Cooper

Think Sherlock Holmes sans the goofy hat and magnifying glass. Today ’s digital sleuths enlist the tactics that once were only the purview of FBI and police investigators.The tools of computer forensics play a vital role in resolving matters in the corporate world and litigation process by enhancing the evidence pool, establishing truths otherwise left undiscovered and, consequently, contributing to more efficient and rapid resolution, judgments or settlements

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8/4/2004· Computer Forensics

Drilling-Down To The Truth From Computer Evidence

By: Dr. Stephen Castell

Disputes over failed software construction projects raise interlinked technical and legal issues which are complex, costly, and time-consuming to unravel – whatever the financial size of the claims and counterclaims, the facts and circumstances of the contract between the parties, or the conduct of the software development

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