Computer forensics is becoming a routine part of many employment cases. To cite a few recent examples handled by our firm: After a key employee suddenly resigned, the employer hired a computer forensics company to search the hard drive of the employee’s work computer. The search uncovered in “unallocated space” (the place where files go when they are deleted) a business plan that described in detail how he was planning to compete with the employer once he left, including a detailed section on how the employer’s biggest client would become his own…
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