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NGH Joins Cryptocurrency Panel for New York State Society of CPAs

The New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA) has invited NGH Group President and CEO Nicholas G. Himonidis to join a panel discussion on Cryptocurrency Fraud, Forensics, and Investigation during the organization’s November 8 webcast. Nick will be joining a panel with Pamela Clegg of CipherTrace, a well-known blockchain forensics firm, and Don Fort of […]
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Recent trends and hot topics in digital evidence

On October 28, 2021, NGH Group CEO and President Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS, CCFI, will address the members of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association on what they need to know when counseling clients and conducting e-discovery in family law cases. Attendees will learn about new technology and legal issues in cryptocurrency, cloud computing, […]
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NGH educates divorce lawyers on tracking cryptocurrency

NGH Group President and CEO Nicholas G. Himonidis shared his cryptocurrency expertise  with the Erie County Bar Association on September 14, 2021. His online presentation on how to find and track cryptocurrency in divorce litigation was part of the group’s continuing education program. Divorcing spouses are increasingly using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to hide assets […]
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NGH speaks to Nassau County attorneys about spousal digital espionage

The Nassau County Bar Association will feature NGH Group CEO and President Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS, CCFI, as the guest speaker at their September 13, 2021, meeting in Mineola, N.Y. Nick will update members on legal issues that arise when litigating spouses attempt to access each other’s digital communications. When spouses try to […]
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NGH to speak about trends in digital evidence at ABA conference

NGH Group CEO and President Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS, CCFI, will speak on “New Trends in Digital Evidence and Their Effect on Matrimonial Litigation” at the American Bar Association Family Law Section Spring conference on June 17, 2021. A leading expert on both technical and legal issues surrounding digital evidence, Nick will cover […]
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Nick Himonidis addresses spousal ‘digital espionage’ in prestigious AAML Journal

In the midst of a divorce or custody battle, spouses may try to access their partner’s texts, emails, social media posts, and other electronic communications. They may be looking for evidence of infidelity, activities that raise questions about their fitness as a parent, or hidden financial assets. They may also be looking at serious civil […]
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