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I have a lawyer client who's in need of a computer forensics consultant in the Los Angeles area for a case he just took on.

Would appreciate any referrals.

Thanks!

Mark

P.S. Sorry, but don't see any applicable tags other than Microsoft
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Eric Robi

http://www.ellumadiscovery.com/


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I'll pass your referral along to my client.

Thank you!
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Most welcome.
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