SEC Whistleblower Suits: Lawyers Are Cashing In

September 16, 2016 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Lawyers are collecting millions in contingency fees from whistleblower lawsuits. The SEC Whistleblower Program has awarded over $107 million to 33 individuals in the last five years.  As the penalties grow and the SEC collects more funds, whistleblower staff and resources also grow. On August 30, 2016, a tipster received an award totally over $22 million as part of a $80 million settlement with Monsanto. That tipster and former Monsanto employee was represented by Phillips &am [...]

Would Metadata Cleaning Spoil Your Evidence?

May 03, 2012 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

In Dr. Ball’s blog, he smartly notes: “Application metadata resides within the file and moves with the file, not changing unless the contents of the file are altered. System metadata resides outside the file and can be altered without impacting the contents of the file. Hashing the fi [...]

What is Local Time? Time Zone Determination on Registered Email™ receipts

December 01, 2010 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

We often receive inquiries as to how the ‘local time’ is pegged to a user’s time zone when a sender may be logging in from different computers in different time zones. On each Registered Receipt™ – the evidence of your email content, time and delivery when using the Registered Email™ delivery proof service – there are three times noted.  Below is some information as to what [...]

Don’t Let Your E-Evidence Get Trashed

November 22, 2010 / in Blog, Registered Email™ / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

The Best Article Describing Issues with Email Proof, Email Fraud, and E-Discovery.  “Don’t Let Your  Get Trashed” One of the best articles that we have come across that succinctly discusses the issues associated with email proof, email fraud, electronic discovery of stored information, ease of manipulating email records, and difficulty in authenticating email records that have been challenged, is the following The National Law Journal article. After reading this, you [...]