What is Bankruptcy and Receiverships?
Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding involving a person or business that is unable to repay outstanding debts.
Receivership is a form of bankruptcy in which a court-appointed receiver reorganizes the bankrupt entity. The receiver’s job is to pay down as much debt as possible. Receivers will sell company assets, lay off employees and liquidate inventories to pay down debts.
How Can ELIJAH Assist?
Receivers often cannot rely on the integrity of the seized computer systems or the candor of their former managers. Receivers may discover that businesses facing receivership attempt delete or alter important company data.
ELIJAH has a successful track record of working with receivers to forensically preserve and recover key evidence. Our efforts have added significant value and aided the receivers’ administration efforts.
ELIJAH’s forensic experts possess the skills necessary to assist receivers with the preservation and analysis of the following:
- Enterprise computing systems
- Cloud-Based Storage
- Mobile Devices
- Operating Systems
- Social Media
- And more…
Our forensic experts have the experience and communication skills to understand your systems and needs. Using these skills ELIJAH’s forensic experts will collaborate with receivers to develop a cost-efficient, defensible forensic preservation strategy.
Contact ELIJAH today to find out how our Digital Forensic Services can make the difference between successful recovery of key business assets and a bankruptcy estate worth pennies on the dollar.