Before joining SuperiorGlacier, McVey worked for Stroz Friedberg as a digital forensics examiner where he conducted forensic acquisitions, examinations, and preservations of laptops, desktops, file and e-mail servers, backup tapes, cellular telephones, and removable media for civil litigations, criminal matters, internal investigations, and computer-incident response efforts. He has led large-scale collections on-site both domestically and abroad, including a long term investigation in South Korea.
McVey led an investigation of a computer break-in for a major retailer involving the theft of credit card and client information, determining that a past investigation by a third party missed key evidence. He has worked as senior consultant at FTI Consulting Inc., where he assisted in a review overseas in a corrupt-practices investigation. He also has worked as a senior consultant at Navigant Consulting, Inc., where he conducted computer forensic analyses and consulted on electronic discovery projects in SEC investigations and intellectual property, trade secret, and financial cases.
McVey is an EnCase Certified Examiner, a Certified Data Recovery Professional, and has received training in the preservation and analysis of cell phones.
For more than 34 years, SuperiorGlacier has been a single source of expertise to help law firms and corporations prepare, analyze, review and produce electronic data and paper documents for law suits and regulatory matters. They continually invest in new technology and expertise to provide the highest quality electronic discovery services to clients. Since the paperless office has yet to become reality for many businesses, they also scan and prepare paper documents using the latest technology to make this process faster, better and more cost-efficient for clients.
SuperiorGlacier, a leading provider of end-to-end litigation support services since 1975, brings unparalleled expertise and service to its national and international clients, both in electronic discovery and in traditional litigation support. SuperiorGlacier prepares and addresses both requests for and responses to e-discovery, including e-discovery functions such as forensics, data collection, processing, review, production and presentation. SuperiorGlacier is headquartered in New York, with operations facilities in New York, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. For more information, visit www.superiorglacier.com or call 212-514-6500.
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SuperiorGlacier, a leading provider of end-to-end litigation support services since 1975, brings expertise and service to its national and international clients, both in electronic discovery and in traditional litigation support.