Episode Summary: We’ve entered a brave new world of workplace communication where email is becoming archaic and mobile devices and disappearing chats have taken over. How is forensic technology keeping up? Learn from our guest speaker the various ways our ediscovery universe is dealing with preserving and collecting data in this ever-changing landscape of communication.
As Executive Director of Digital Forensics within Lighthouse’s Advisory group focused on governance, risk, and compliance issues, Jerry provides expert witness and strategic consulting services to law firms and corporations in the areas of computer forensics, investigations, electronic discovery, and litigation support. Jerry brings over 15 years of experience in digital forensics, ediscovery, automated risk assessments, compliance monitoring, and investigative analytics to his role as at Lighthouse.
Prior to this role, Jerry was the U.S. Director of Forensics at Inventus, LLC, where he acted as the national leader of digital forensic services and evidence collection for investigation and litigation matters and was responsible for the development of proactive risk management consulting services. Before joining Inventus, LLC, Jerry served as an independent contractor supporting an OFAC investigation for a large online retailer in response to a regulatory inquiry. Prior to this, Jerry was the Advisory Director of Forensic Technology Services and Investigative Analytics at PwC where he focused on global supply chain fraud and compliance solutions in pharmaceutical life sciences and food trust. He was responsible for advising clients on regulatory affairs and enforcement trends involving the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Department of Justice (DOJ) as it related to false claims, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, and food safety. Jerry has also held leadership positions at Ernst and Young, KPMG, and Navigant Consulting.
Jerry received his B.A. in Political Science with a focus on International Relations from UCLA.
The podcast wholly devoted to pursuing the legal technology revolution. Co-hosts Bill Mariano and Rob Hellewell explore the impacts and possibilities that new technology is creating by streamlining workflows for ediscovery, compliance, and information governance.