I am currently a trial attorney with the Lawrence Kahn Law Group, representing people injured through the negligence of others. Clients may have been injured through medical malpractice, automobile collision, slip and fall.
I am an author with Cengage Learning since January 2003 on the Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations (1st Edition through 6th Edition) and E-Discovery an Introduction to Digital Evidence.
I was an attorney in private practice with the Law Office of Christopher K. Steuart, admitted to the Bar of the State of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. In this practice the most notable case I was involved in was Duvall v. County of Kitsap, et al.
As vice-president and General Counsel for IT Forensics, Inc. from 2009 to 2015 I advised and assisted attorneys on formation of questions to present to examiners, reviewed declarations and affidavits of examiners prior to publication, analyzed and provided critical reviews of opposing experts' reports, assisted in preparing examiners for testimony at trials, hearings and depositions. Managed marketing and presentation opportunities for company. Also co-author with David C. Eisler on "The Digital Forensic Experts Guide to Success in Cross-Examination, IT Forensics, Inc. 2013.
From 2007 to 2013 I was an Instructor with the University of Washington
teaching in the Digital Forensics Certificate Program. My portion of the program provides and overview of the structure of court systems, laws-rules relating to acquiring, preserving and presenting evidence in court. I also conducted short direct examinations of each student over their qualifications (voir dire) and presenting their report (as testimony).