Trial Solutions Expands Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensics Offering through Partnership with Acquisition Data

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Leader in litigation services and technology forms partnership with leading global provider of computer forensic services and training to launch certified forensic examiner training boot camps.

Trial Solutions, a market leader in providing wholesale litigation support services including, On-Demand litigation document hosting and review software, computer forensics, Electronic Discovery, attorney document review staffing and trial support services announced today that its has entered into a partnership with Acquisition Data, a leading global provider of computer forensic services and training, to immediately begin providing certified forensic examiner boot camps.

These instructor-lead courses will range from one-day introductory classes and sales certifications intended to train Trial Solutions' partners, resellers and clients on the basics of computer forensics to intensive full week Certified Computer Examiner® (CCE) Bootcamps and advanced forensic training on vendor specific tools intended for serious professional forensic investigators, law enforcement personnel, and security & network administrators that are responsible for the legal capture, analysis, and classification of digital evidence left on computer hard drives and other devices with electronic data storage capabilities.

The Company states that all courses will be taught by instructors who are professional examiners with extensive experience in computer forensic case examination, many from the law enforcement sector, and hold multiple professional and vendor specific certifications.

"With their recently launched Litigation Support Ecosystemâ„¢, their subsequent investments in technology, computer forensics and electronic data discovery, along with their global reseller network covering more than 90 metropolitan markets, we consider Trial Solutions be the leader in the global electronic discovery services market," states Jim Hadfield, President and CEO of Acquisition Data. "Given these dynamics and our expertise in training and certification, we believe that this partnership will quickly propel Acquisition Data into one of the leading providers of computer forensics services, training and certification," continues Mr. Hadfield.

"As we move our focus towards electronic data discovery and associated services and technology, we consider our partnership with Acquisition Data as a key component in the future success of our Litigation Support Ecosystemâ„¢," states Charles Skamser, Vice President of Business Development for Trial Solutions. "With their reputation and experience in computer forensics and investigations, as well as in forensic training and certification, we believe that we now have one of the most comprehensive solutions in the litigation services market to offer to our partners, resellers and clients." adds Mr. Skamser.

About Trial Solutions
Trial Solutions provides wholesale litigation support services including, On-Demand litigation document hosting and native review software, data collection, computer forensics, E-Discovery, attorney document review staffing and trial support services. Trial Solutions and its family of companies including ImageDepot, Discovery Law and Attorney Solutions, along with its partnerships and reseller alliance network servicing 90 metropolitan markets in the US and Canada, has developed the first Litigation Support Ecosystemâ„¢ to provide all of the expert services, technology and geographic coverage required to support the entire litigation case life-cycle. For more information about Trial Solutions, please visit

About Acquisition Data
Acquisition Data is a leading global provider of computer forensic services and training providing clients with assistance on the collection, preservation, recovery, analysis, and reporting of electronic data and computer evidence for corporate use as well as in a court of law. For more information about Acquisition Data, please visit


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