The Truth About True and Accurate Outputs

The Truth About True and Accurate Outputs

There are many ways the output appearance of web content you’re trying to save or print appears nothing like it looks online. There may be re-targeted ads with the slippers you bought for yourself last winter, the printed information may be out of order or even missing, or the header and sidebars may print out on their […]

Enforce Your Intellectual Property Rights More Effectively With Web Evidence

Enforce Your Intellectual Property Rights More Effectively With Web Evidence

As shoppers are increasingly gravitating online to scout out brands, products and services on marketplaces and social media, competitors and cybercriminals are increasingly taking advantage of opportunities to illegally profit from or tarnish other brands’ reputations online. Sales of knock-off products can result in lost profits and damaged reputations, and even though many online marketplaces […]

3 Ways Social Media Evidence Helps Insurance Companies and Law Firms

3 Ways Social Media Evidence Helps Insurance Companies and Law Firms

By Eric Pesale Insurance fraud is becoming increasingly more prevalent, costing companies roughly $80 billion per year in payments. This not only impacts the insurance companies themselves, but also innocent policyholders in the form of skyrocketing premiums. It’s why almost all states have laws expressly outlawing insurance fraud involving workers’ compensation injuries, lost property claims […]

How to Preserve YouTube Videos for Legal Cases

How to Preserve YouTube Videos for Legal Cases

Videos are quite prevalent on social media platforms these days. With a camera on most mobile phones and laptops, videos are rapidly becoming the medium for sharing opinions, opening up about personal lives, and recording events as they are being witnessed. While videos live on many platforms, YouTube remains the largest video sharing platform on […]

Webinar: Risks and Best Practices of Collecting Digital Evidence

Webinar: Risks and Best Practices of Collecting Digital Evidence

Page Vault is hosting a free, online webinar “Risks and Best Practices of Collecting Webpages and Social Media” on Thursday, September 8, 2016, from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CST. Join Patrick Schweihs to get a better understanding of using digital evidence in your practice. Lawyers are finding web and social media evidence to be a valuable […]

Round-Up: American Association of Justice 2016 Annual Convention

Round-Up: American Association of Justice 2016 Annual Convention

The American Association of Justice hosted their 2016 Annual Convention in Los Angeles from July 22-25 and Steve and Aarohi of Team Page Vault were there to learn more about Trial Lawyers, advocacy, and try In-and-Out burgers. The exhibit hall in the JW Marriott was lined with windows on two sides that allowed the warm California sun to shine […]

ATL Recap: Setting The Standard For Admissible Webpage Captures

ATL Recap: Setting The Standard For Admissible Webpage Captures

Last week, Page Vault was featured in Above the Law in the article, Page Vault: Setting The Standard For Admissible Webpage Captures.The article is a sit-down with Page Vault CEO, Jeffrey Eschbach, and Page Vault’s VP of Customer Success, Patrick Schweihs. Below are a few snippets from the article. Below are a few quotes from the article. The […]

The Dangers of Digital Chain of Custody

The Dangers of Digital Chain of Custody

The recent article in Above the Law, How To Capture Online Evidence The Easy Way, got us thinking about the digital chain of custody and how difficult it is (or has been) for legal professionals to be independent of it. Take this quote from the article: “Attorneys using their own browsers insert themselves into the […]