Complex litigation including Business/Commercial, Employment, Finance, Governmental Entities, Intellectual Property, Technology, Telecommunications, Cybercrime, Data-breach Investigations, and Startups.
E-DISCOVERY AND CONFLICT
Daniel Garrie serves as a court-appointed Special Master in a range of information governance, forensic, and e-discovery disputes involving claims ranging from $10-$500 million. Mr. Garrie is not only an accomplished attorney, he also holds two degrees in computer science—a rare combination which makes him an exceptional neutral in disputes involving the convergence of law and technology. He was one of a handful of individuals appointed to the E-Discovery Special Master Pilot Program for the U.S. District Court of Western Pennsylvania, selected from a national pool of several thousand applicants.
Mr. Garrie counsels domestic and international corporations on a range of legal and technology issues, such as forensics, e-discovery, information governance, FCPA, and regulatory compliance related to the telecommunication, financial and healthcare sectors; information management policies and solutions; vendor selection; and outsourcing of legal services. He is also a founder of Pulse Advisory, a venture capital development group. He is the former in-house E-Discovery Counsel for Digital Reef (formerly Auraria Networks). He was previously a principal and Director of E-Discovery at the leading global consulting firm of CRA International, where he specialized in e-discovery, forensics, and data-breach investigations for enterprises worldwide. Prior to joining CRA, Mr. Garrie was the senior vice president of LegalTech Group where he lead the legal technology consulting practice, frequently working on complex e-discovery and forensic issues worldwide.
ORGANIZATIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS
Admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey
Daily Journal Top Neutral "Rising Star" in 2009
Active on Board of Organization of Legal Professionals
Frequently presents at top law firms, Fortune 100 companies and conferences worldwide. Presented on his experience as an E-Discovery Special Master at the Court Technology Conference in October 2011. Lectured on e-discovery and roles of Special Masters to the U.S. Federal Court of Claims, where he was also bestowed honorary membership. Extended a special invitation to attend the 2012 Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference.
Author of column on trends in e-discovery for the Los Angeles Daily Journal; Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management; received written recognition of readership from several Supreme Court Justices; cited in groundbreaking case US v. Briggs for pioneering criminal ediscovery authorship; published over 100 articles and books on Cloud Computing, International Data Privacy, VoIP, SOX, HIPPA, Basel II, Social Networking, Information Risk Management, and E-Discovery topics.
Actively involved in several legal non-profits working with low-income families.