Good News-Bad News: Evidence lives on when you wipe an Android phone

There are more than a half billion used Android phones circulating out in the world, with previous owners’ account passwords, contacts, and other data potentially recoverable. Good news if you’re gathering evidence. Bad news if you sold your used Android. Click the headline to read more.

What to do for a client who discovers child porn on his computer (and he didn’t put it there)

Child porn is the most frightening of contraband. The law-abiding person who discovers it on his computer is a witness to a crime, but he is also in possession, albeit passively. The law will view him as a criminal suspect. The attorney must be able to guide the process, acknowledging this jeopardy. Click the headline to read more.

A walk down Liability Lane: Unraveling retail credit card breaches

The “freaky-fast” sandwich shop Jimmy John’s, and Home Depot have both been hit by point-of-purchase system attacks. At minimum, the two companies might be accused of failure to perform due diligence of various kinds. But beneath the surface, there are astonishing details for curious litigators.