Daniel B. Garrie


P: (855) 529-2466
E: daniel@lawandforensics.com
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B.A., Computer Science, Brandeis Uni.
M.A., Computer Science Brandeis Uni.
J.D., Rutgers School of Law

Bar Memberships
Washington, 2012
New York, 2007

Daniel Garrie is the co-founder of Law & Forensics LLC and leads the Cyber Security and Forensics Practice teams. He has been a dominant voice in blockchain, cryptocurrency, computer forensics, and e-discovery for over 20 years. He is also an Arbitrator, Forensic Neutral, and E-Discovery Special Master at JAMS (https://www.jamsadr.com/garrie/). Daniel has successfully built and sold several technology start-ups companies. Since co-founding Law & Forensics LLC in 2008, Daniel has made it into a leading boutique cybersecurity, cryptocurrency, blockchain, and forensic engineering firm.

In addition to his Law Degree, Daniel holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Computer Science, allowing him to speak as comfortably with engineers and developers as he does with lawyers and judges, distinguishing him from other practitioners. Daniel combines his technical prowess and legal expertise to resolve cybersecurity and forensic disputes and testify as an expert witness on cybersecurity, forensics, e-discovery, and other areas in state and federal court.

Daniel regularly testifies as an e-discovery, cybersecurity, and computer forensic expert witness, authoring forensic expert reports on multi-million-dollar disputes. His ability to perform complex investigations and effectively communicate the results to a jury has made him one of the most sought-after experts in the country. His testimony has been pivotal in several cases involving complex cybersecurity and forensics, including most recently testifying as a cybersecurity expert witness regarding cybersecurity issues specific to vehicles in Federal Court in Massachusett before Judge Woolock earlier this year.

Separately, Daniel also enjoys teaching in both an academic and courtroom setting. He has presented over 300 seminars to thousands of lawyers, judges, and students across the globe. In addition to his classroom experience at Rutgers, Daniel has also lectured at Harvard Law School, UCLA, Columbia University, Cardozo Law School, Brandeis, and more than 300 federal and state court judges on cybersecurity issues.