Forensic Data Corp.
Forensic Data Corp is focused on providing the premiere computer forensics and e-discovery services to law firms, corporations, and government agencies throughout the southeastern United States. The FDC lab maintains a full complement of computer forensic and e-discovery hardware and software. We have the ability extract and analyze data from Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, as well as mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets and GPS units.
FDC is licensed as a private investigation agency in Florida and Georgia.
John D. Sawicki founded Forensic Data Corp in 2011, to provide computer forensics services to organizations in Florida. Today, FDC provides computer forensics, e‑discovery and data recovery services to companies, law firms, and government agencies throughout the southeastern United States.
John holds a Master of Science degree in Digital Forensics from the University of Central Florida, and is a certified computer forensics examiner. He is a licensed private investigator in Florida and Georgia. He has provided expert testimony in state and federal court the areas of cell tower analysis, and computer and cell phone forensics on more than forty occasions.
John is a seasoned attorney, with experience representing employers in labor and employment litigation in state and federal court, and counseling employers in employment related matters. Sawicki graduated from the Florida State University College of Law, and is admitted to practice law in Oregon and Florida.
While in law school, John was a law clerk with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, where he represented the Department in the prosecution of professional licensees before the Division of Administrative Hearings. He also completed an externship as a Certified Legal Intern with the Florida Department of Corrections, where he represented the Department in career service appeals before the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission.
Prior to entering the practice of law, John was a deputy sheriff with the Douglas County (OR) Sheriff’s Office where he developed and implemented training programs in the use of force and defensive tactics. He also worked extensively as a field training officer, training recruit deputies. While a deputy sheriff, Sawicki served first as treasurer and then as vice-president of the Douglas County Law Enforcement Association, a police labor organization. During that time, he negotiated collective bargaining agreements on behalf of the labor organization, and represented law enforcement officers in disciplinary matters and internal investigations.
John D. Sawicki
Master of Science, Digital Forensics, UCF
Juris Doctor, FSU College of Law
President-Elect, Tallahassee Bar Association
Licensed Private Investigator (FL, GA)
Admitted to State Bar (FL, OR)