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A litigator’s guide to electronic evidence (Professional Skills)

  • 16 Feb 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • City Tattersalls Club, Celebrity Lounge, 194-204 Pitt Street Sydney


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About the seminar: This presentation provides tips to lawyers managing a case with electronic evidence. It is drawn from numerous cases worked by Mr Towers over many years in the areas of commercial litigation, workplace disputes, family law, criminal prosecutions and defence. The following areas will be addressed by reference to casework: An overview of computer forensics and how it can benefit your case; Issues associated with:

Lay persons handling of electronic evidence and spoliation, The interpretation of records, The reliability of records, Manipulation of records and Attributing records to a person.

Speaker: Clinton Towers CA CISA, Director, Access Forensics, has more than 15 years experience in the fields of audit, investigation and forensics in both Accounting and Computing sciences. Since 2000 he has provided litigation support services to lawyers from CDPP, DPP, ICAC and the private sector. Well known investigations include: Dye v CBA, the home grown terrorist plans to attack the Lucas Heights nuclear facility; Operation Wickenby - Australia's largest ever money laundering and tax evasion investigation; Trio Capital – Australia’s largest ever superannuation fraud and the ICAC inquiry into Wollongong City Council.


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