Scott Cooper, Principal atPegasus Squire, is retained by corporate and legal clients to deliver successful experience-based proactive and reactive solutions involving Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensics, Tactics and Strategy, and Expert Witness testimony and related services. He has over 30 years of experience in this space and has been recognized as an Industry Leader by the Southern California Business Journal, and have been featured in the New York Times.
Mr. Cooper's clients have included The White House, The US Department of Justice, General Electric, Exxon, Kirkland & Ellis, O’Melveny & Myers, Skadden Arps, and many other large national and international corporations and law firms dealing with litigation and internal (and external) investigations.
Prior to his responsibilities at Pegasus, Mr. Cooper was a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting Inc. and the senior-most person globally in their Electronic Evidence Consulting practice. Prior to joining FTI, in 1984 Mr. Cooper was a co-founder of INSYNC Consulting Group, a nationally recognized Electronic Discovery, Computer Forensics, and Information Technology consulting firm. Prior to that, he worked at KPMG Peat Marwick in their Management Consulting Group’s Information Systems Services practice.
Mr. Cooper's most notable engagement includes working with the prevailing party on the nation’s largest corporate Intellectual Property Theft case, which created numerous Federal precedents in the area of Electronic Discovery.
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
Setec Investigations offers unparalleled expertise in computer forensics and electronic discovery, providing highly personalized, case-specific forensic analysis and litigation support services to assist in the investigation, handling, and prosecution of computer-related crimes or misuse.
Setec Investigations combines today's most advanced computer forensics and litigation support expertise with a business- and legal-friendly approach, resulting in a sound analytical foundation that carefully balances critical investigative requirements with vital legal and evidentiary needs.
Setec Investigations incorporates a cross-disciplinary team comprised of computer forensic investigators, attorneys, law enforcement specialists, and seasoned business professionals who have established a proven track record of success since 1997.
Setec Investigations possesses the necessary combination of technical expertise, understanding of the legal system, and specialized tools and processes enabling the discovery, collection, investigation, and production of electronic information for investigating and handling computer-related crimes or misuse.
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Computer Forensic Investigations
Computer forensics and enterprise investigation services identify, gather, analyze, and preserve electronic evidence to establish a sustainable posture for internal or legal action.
Manage large volumes of electronic data and quickly identify and isolate electronic evidence that is critical to the success of a litigation.
Legal consultants and attorneys translate litigation issues into strong case strategies that effectively utilize electronic evidence.
Supports the resolution of security incidents and active litigations by offering impartial and independent expert testimony, opinions, and customized reports in legal proceedings.
Identifying pertinent evidence on computer systems is essential to the discovery process in today's world, as it is believed that over 70% of information stored in computer systems is never reproduced in hard copy form
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