Craig Ball’ s passion is to learn how things work so he can teach others. A compulsive tinkerer, Craig brags that he can fix anything but the human heart. After decades trying cases as lead counsel then becoming a certified computer forensic examiner, Craig turned a lifelong fascination with technology into a unique law practice limited to service as a Special Master in electronic evidence and discovery, subjects he teaches at the University of Texas School of Law and Tulane Law School. A prolific author and speaker, Craig’s articles on digital evidence can be found at craigball.com and his blog, ballinyourcourt.com.
In the midst of Alex Jones’ defamation trial, the whole world found out that an almost unthinkable blunder had been committed by his attorneys, resulting in an inadvertent waiver of privilege that...
Craig Ball shares insights on the dos and don’ts of effective ESI expert reports.
Craig Ball talks about the importance of evidence preservation for tablets and smart phones.
Craig Ball shares what it’s like to have the lawyers of the President of the U.S. use your words in one of his preservation letters and why this was perhaps the wrong...
Sharon and John talk to Craig Ball about the intricacies of preserving digital evidence.
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