ZEK’s Garrie and Morrissy Publish Article in Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property
ZEK’s Daniel Garrie and J. David Morrissy are c0-authors of “Digital Forensic Evidence in the Courtroom: Understanding Content and Quality”, an article published in the Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (Volume 12, Issue 2). In their article, Garrie and Morrissy provide the reader with a brief history of the field of digital forensics, and then proffer a cohesive framework for analyzing a forensic report proffered by a digital forensic expert. This framework can be used for testing a forensic report, whether submitted by your adversary or to be submitted by you, against the expert evaluation standards enunciated by the Supreme Court in Daubert and Kumho Tire.
A link to the article is below.
NJTIP – Digital Forensic Evidence in the Courtroom
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Daniel Garrie is a renowned e-discovery special master and thought leader in the fields of computer forensics, cyber security, e-discovery, information governance and privacy. He is editor-in-chief and founder of the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare, a fellow at the Ponemon Information Privacy Institute, and a board member of the Bejing Law Review.
J. David Morrissy works on ZEK teams successfully litigating a broad spectrum of complex commercial real estate and banking matters. David also counsels lenders and special servicers in connection with non-performing portfolio and commercial CMBS loans, defends institutional and corporate entities from multifarious allegations and participates in internal investigations geared toward identifying and addressing compliance risks.