Forensic Technology and Discovery Services

Practice Overview

VAN LEEUWEN LAW FIRM | FCRM leverages proven methodologies, as well as innovative and proprietary technologies, to identify relevant investigative and dispute resolution evidence in a timely and credible manner.

Areas of Focus

VAN LEEUWEN FCRM has experience conducting data integrity reviews in the context of multi-jurisdictional and global compliance requests. VAN LEEUWEN FCRM’s IT-auditors come from a variety of sectors and understand how data

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and analytics can bring legal and compliance concerns due to human error, bias, faulty algorithm design, poor data quality or intentional sabotage. VAN LEEUWEN FCRM reviews Artificial Intelligence (AI) and

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VAN LEEUWEN FCRM’s work ranges from information governance program development, data classification, cross-border transfer, security and privacy; all with the objective to better manage legal and compliance risks while improving the use

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To investigate areas of potential risk, VAN LEEUWEN FCRM’s IT-auditors performs contractual reviews, factfinding interviews, digital forensics, forensic data analytics and other analyses to identify various scenarios of data misuse by third parties. VAN

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VAN LEEUWEN FCRM helps organizations develop strategies and mechanisms to effectively manage risks in their data and analytics programs. Working with counsel, it develops written protocols that help them comply with applicable regulatory

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In the event of destruction or corruption of data, VAN LEEUWEN FCRM can provide data recovery services and resources to support restoration from all types of deleted, corrupted, missing or inaccessible data that

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