Real Time Computing Expert Witnesses
Real time computing expert witness candidates typically have advanced degrees and backgrounds in computer science, software engineering, computer forensics, computer security and/or embedded systems. Cahn Litigation Services is frequently called upon by law firms to locate an expert witness that can support real time computing matters, on behalf of either a plaintiff or defendant.
Real time computing is a metric that indicates user-driven events that will happen instantly on command. As an example, an operating system manages the hardware resources of a computer. A real time operating system performs tasks with precision and reliability. A real time system “controls an environment by receiving data, processing them, and returning the results sufficiently quickly to affect the environment at that time.”
Often, matters requiring real time computing expert witness services involve intellectual property, such as patent infringement litigation, software copyright or trade secret disputes. A digital forensic expert recovers data from digital devices, and can be helpful in computer criminal cases. Litigation support by a real time computing expert witness could include computer software analysis, forensic investigation, an expert report, expert opinion, and expert testimony at a trial. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a law firm may request a testifying expert with prior expert witness experience. A real time computing expert needs to not only have software expertise but must also possess the ability to explain digital evidence to judges and jurors.
Real Time Computing Expert Witness - Representative Bios
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Real Time Computing experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give lawyers a sense of the Real Time Computing landscape.