Peggy Daley is a top-quality performer in the digital forensics field, leading high-profile and complex investigations across an array of matters.
Peggy Daley has over 25 years of experience in investigations, data analytics, dispute resolution, and regulatory compliance for multinational corporations. She has conducted high-profile fraud, money laundering, and trade theft investigations on behalf of boards of directors and outside counsel. She also advises clients in designing and implementing compliance programmes and procedures.
Her experience includes leading the forensic technology team supporting Anton Valukas, the examiner in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case, and testifying as a data privacy and data analytics expert in trade secret cases and TCPA class actions. She led the investigation into alleged false reporting of LSAT and GPA data by the University of Illinois School of Law and led a hacking investigation for the university.
Before joining BRG, she was a corporate defence attorney at prominent national law firms. She also served as general counsel at a global security and litigation consulting firm.
Ms Daley is a certified anti-money laundering specialist (CAMS), a certified information privacy professional (CIPP), and a certified fraud examiner (CFE). She is a member of the Illinois Bar and a Class A private detective in Illinois. She was a member of the ABA 2013 task force on corporate monitors and the AICPA 2010–2012 task force on forensic technology, and is the current chairman of the board of directors of the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation and a member of the Cook County Board of Ethics. Her investigations team was named “Best of Chicago for Global Risk Investigations” by the National Law Journal and she has been named by Who’s Who Legal as a forensic technology expert in 2014, 2015 and 2016.