Michael W. Deyo, Esq.
- Albany Law School of Union University, J.D., magna cum laude
- Utica College of Syracuse University, B.S., magna cum laude
- Health Care
- New York
Mike practices primarily in the areas of litigation and health care, with particular emphasis in the field of electronic discovery (eDiscovery). Mike also draws upon his information technology (IT) background in counseling clients on matters involving IT security and data privacy compliance, computer forensics, electronic records management, and eDiscovery planning and program development.
Mike is currently an adjunct faculty member of the Albany Law School of Union University and Western New England College of Law, where he teaches an eDiscovery course. He has lectured on the topic of eDiscovery for numerous organizations, including various New York State agencies; the Association of the Bar of the City of New York; the New York County Lawyers’ Association; the bar associations for the counties of Albany, Westchester, Nassau and Oneida; and the North Carolina State Bar Association. Mike was also a featured instructor at the New York State Cyber Security Conference in 2003, 2004 and 2007, and a lecturer at the New York City Law Enforcement Bridge Project in 2002 and the High Technology Crime Investigation Association annual conference.
Before entering law school, Mike worked as an information security and computer forensics specialist with a national consulting firm. In this role Mike performed and managed IT security assessments, security policy and procedure development, risk and compliance assessments, forensic investigations, and data privacy assessments for major corporate and government clients, including Fortune 500 and Federal agency clients. After law school, and before joining ICRH, Mike continued to serve in the same firm as Director of the eDiscovery and Computer Forensics practice. In this role Mike managed all aspects of the firm’s eDiscovery consulting operations.
- Member: New York State Bar Association (member, Committee on Electronic Discovery, Commercial and Federal Litigation Section); Albany County Bar Association; Economic Crime Investigation Institute; International Association of Privacy Professionals.