Daniel Garrie is Recognized by the Seventh Circuit and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois for his Contribution to the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Electronic Discovery Mediation Program.

Daniel Garrie was recognized by Magistrate Judge Sheila Finnegan for teaching with Judge Nan Nolan (ret) the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot  Program Mediation program in April of 2013.  

The letter from Judge Sheila Finnegan says “On behalf of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, I would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your service in furthering the mission and progress of the Seventh Circuit  Electronic Discovery Pilot Program. Through the Pilot Program, the Court aims to improve the fairness and justice of pretrial litigation procedures, while reducing the overall cost and burden of addressing electronic discovery for all parties. You have been instrumental in furthering those goals in the United  States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.” Daniel Garrie Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Mediation

We are very proud of Daniel Garrie for his contribution and continued dedication to public service and efforts to educate both the bench and the bar further on electronic discovery mediation.

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Law & Forensics has a proven track record of solving complex problems at the convergence of technology and the law in a legally defensible, technically sound, and cost effective fashion with operations in Delaware, Los Angeles, Melbourne, New York, Seattle, Sao Paulo, and Beijing,

We have a rich history of working with clients, whether law firms, corporate organizations or government agencies, to bridge information and communication gaps between technologists and legal professionals. Our team has more than 150 years of combined experience with electronic information management solutions. Our team has published hundreds of  articles in law and technical publications and our articles have been cited by various Federal and State courts: ARRIVALSTAR v. US, No. 11-784C (Fed. Cl. Aug. 20, 2012) and US v. Briggs, No. 10CR184S (W.D.N.Y. Sept. 8, 2011). Our team has also been cited in Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Daily Journal, and Wired Magazine on cyber security, e-discovery, and forensic issues.

Our team is well established, well educated and well versed in cyber security, digital forensics, and e-discovery.  We work with Alternative Resolution Center. CPR, AAA, and other dispute resolution companies to mediate discovery dispute; serve as a court appointed Special Master, forensic neutral, e-discovery liaison, or discovery referee.