Listen to Pittsburgh based family law attorney David Pollock and Cleveland based forensic expert Barry Gummow from JurInnov, discuss how E-Discovery can impact a family law case. David has given live presentations with me in the past on electronic discovery and I look forward to bringing him onto ESIBytes to share his insights with a national audience into how Electronic Discovery impacts family law cases.
David Pollock is a founding member of the Pittsburgh law firm of Pollock, Begg, Komar, Glasser & Vertz LLC. He was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Maurice Louik, Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, and an associate in a general practice law firm. Thereafter he established his own law firms in metropolitan Pittsburgh, which he maintained until joining Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, LLP as a partner and head of its Matrimonial Law Group. Mr. Pollock is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Treasurer of the AAML Pa Chapter, Past Chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section, Chair of the Allegheny County Bar Association Family Law Section, Master Emeritus of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Matrimonial Inns of Court, member of the ABA Family Law Section and Editor-in-Chief of the Pennsylvania Family Lawyer. He is a frequent lecturer, author, moderator and course planner for the PBA, PBI, ABA, ACBA, AICPA and CCAC on a variety of family law topics. He is currently listed in the Best Lawyers in America, Naifeh & Smith, Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Preeminent Lawyers in Martindale Hubbel. Mr. Pollock is the Co-Course Planner/Co-Editor of the award-winning PBI manual and workshop: Drafting Marital Settlement Agreements. Mr. Pollock received his B.A. in 1970 from Pennsylvania State University and his J.D. in 1974 from the Duquesne University School of Law.
Barry Gummow is a forensics expert with JurInnov. Prior to joining JurInnov, Mr. Gummow was certified as a Forensic Examiner of Computer Evidence for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 1995 to 2007. Barry has completed hundreds of hours of specialized training in computer forensics. This specialized training earned him FBI certification in the areas of Apple/Macintosh computers, Linux based computers, and Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) and cell phone forensics. Barry is also certified by the FBI as a Police instructor and has lectured and instructed at the Ohio Police Officer Training Academy from 1999 to November 2007. Mr. Gummow also has experience providing expert witness testimony on computer forensics.