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Noel Kersh is a principal in the advisory group at Crowe and is the leader of the firm's digital forensics team. He has extensive experience in conducting digital forensics acquisitions and analysis on a variety of cases involving business and employment disputes, compliance with discovery requests, family law, harassment, in-house investigations for large corporations, copyright infringement, and criminal cases.
Prior to joining Crowe, Noel spent over 12 years leading Pathway Forensics, where he oversaw every aspect of the company, established the digital forensic lab operational policies and procedures, and provided leadership and mentoring for Pathway Forensics staff. Prior to joining Pathway, Noel helped lead two initiatives to receive a distinguished laboratory accreditation given by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB). This accreditation demonstrates that a computer forensics laboratory’s operating standards meet quality standards set by ASCLD/LAB. Accreditation criteria include personnel, technical procedures, equipment, and physical facilities.
Noel has extensive expert witness testimony experience in matters involving digital forensics, including trials, hearings, depositions, affidavits, and declarations in matters before family courts, arbitration, state courts, and federal courts. Noel is an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) in computer forensics.