Daniel Garrie is the founder and managing partner at Law & Forensics. Daniel is paving the way when it comes to 2018’s most pressing cybersecurity, forensic, and legal issues. Daniel, one of the most sought-after computer forensic experts and special masters, cyber mediators, and forensic neutrals with JAMS. Judges and attorneys laud his reports for their clarity, focus, and ability to help parties settle even the most complex disputes. Mr. Garrie has garnered a national reputation for his experience at the intersection of technology and the law and is as comfortable talking with entrepreneurs, IT professionals, and developers as he is with lawyers and judges.
Dan Regard is an eDiscovery and computer science consultant with 25 years’ experience in consulting to legal and corporate entities. A programmer and an attorney by training, Dan has conducted system investigations, created data collections, and managed discovery on over a thousand matters. He is responsible for the development and implementation of case and matter strategies that leverage technology in litigation and investigations. In addition, he has both national and international experience advising on such issues as eDiscovery, computer forensics, structured data, and information management. Dan is a frequent speaker, teacher, and publisher on issues of eDiscovery.
Elizabeth advises Plaintiffs’ attorneys on all aspects of eDiscovery in high-profile mass tort and class action litigations, with notable recent cases including actions related to auto diesel emissions and airbag scandals, the opioid epidemic, aviation disasters, and e-cigarettes. Elizabeth is an ACEDS Certified E-Discovery Specialist, a member of Women in eDiscovery and the Alliance of Women Trial Lawyers, and frequently writes and presents on electronic discovery issues.
Hon. Leo M. Gordon
Judge Leo M. Gordon has served as a judge of the United States Court of International Trade since March 2006. Judge Gordon is responsible for resolving judicial disputes involving challenges to the administration and enforcement of the federal customs and international trade laws by principally U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Agriculture, and Labor, and the U.S. International Trade Commission. In addition to his judicial duties, Judge Gordon has chaired, at different times, the Court’s Rules, Budget, Public Affairs/Education, and Strategic Planning Committees. Judge Gordon began his career in 1977 as Assistant Counsel at the Subcommittee on Monopolies and Commercial Law, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives. In that capacity, Judge Gordon was the principal attorney responsible for the Customs Courts Act of 1980 that created the U.S. Court of International Trade. He also had responsibilities involving a wide range of antitrust and other commercial law legislative projects.