Daniel B. Garrie
Daniel Garrie is a renowned computer forensics, e-discovery, privacy, and cyber security expert and thought leader. Quoted in Forbes and profiled in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, he is a frequently retained neutral and Chair of Alternative Resolution Center’s (ARC) E-Discovery and Forensic Dispute Resolution practice. Today, Mr. Garrie is a Partner and General Counsel for Law and Forensics LLC, a boutique legal strategy and forensics firm that works with clients across industries to address privacy, e-discovery and forensic issues in the U.S. and abroad.In the past two years, Mr. Garrie has been involved in over 50 e-discovery matters both in the U.S. and abroad.
Mr. Garrie has served as an Electronically Stored Information Liaison, Neutral and Expert for the L.A. Superior Courts, 2nd Circuit, 3rd Circuit, 7th Circuit, New York Supreme Court, and Delaware Supreme Court. In addition, he has been retained by several global banks and energy firms to advise on e-discovery, information governance, cyber security, and privacy issues. He frequently consults with judges, attorneys, and technologists on privacy, information security, forensics, e-discovery issues related to litigation, commercial disputes, and business claims.
Mr. Garrie is currently the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management, a fellow at the Ponemon Information Privacy Institute, and on the Organization of Legal Professionals Board of Governors. He has published over 100 articles, recognized by several Supreme Court Justices for his thought legal scholarship, lectured around the world including recently at Georgetown University Law School, and has been cited by the courts, most recently in US v. Briggs.
Mr. Garrie built and sold several technology and service companies before becoming General Counsel and Partner at Law & Forensics. Most recently, he was Director of Electronic Discovery & Information Governance at Charles River Associates, where he managed a global practice that focused on compliance, information governance and electronic discovery for enterprises worldwide. Mr. Garrie also worked for several large government agencies and banks focusing on internet security, e-commerce and search technologies. Today, Mr. Garrie serves on the Board of Advisors of multiple dynamic technology companies and venture firms.
Mr. Garrie also co-authored a treatise on Electronic Discovery and Dispute Resolution and a text entitled Plugged In: Guidebook to Software and the Law, both published by Thomson Reuters.