Veeral Gosalia is a well-known name in the US market where he stands out for his strong experience in computer forensics, e-discovery and data preservation matters.
Veeral Gosalia is a senior managing director in the FTI technology segment and is based in Washington, DC. Mr Gosalia’s areas of expertise include data preservation, data analysis, digital forensics and e-discovery. He has assisted attorneys and corporations in understanding the issues surrounding electronic evidence – including the acquisition, analysis, and production of data. His industry experience includes the healthcare, consumer and industrial goods, entertainment, biotech, food retail and service, hospitality and insurance sectors. He is currently the regional leader for FTI’s technology Asia Pacific practice.
Mr Gosalia has extensive digital forensics experience and has assisted in the forensic acquisition and examination of computer systems, email, and various types of computer media. He has acquired several hundred computer images and coordinated seizure efforts across the world. Additionally, Mr Gosalia has experience in data privacy and other regulatory issues regarding data acquisition and has served as expert witness – providing expert reports in matters related to evidence destruction and theft, spoliation and chain of custody issues.
Mr Gosalia has worked on large electronic discovery document processing and review projects across several litigation support platforms including Ringtail and Relativity. Having set up several remote data processing and review sites across the world, he has processed foreign language data and developed machine language translation workflows. Select experience in this area includes leading the processing and searching of terabytes of multi-language data documents – including Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, German and Portuguese – for a major healthcare firm.
Prior to joining FTI, Mr Gosalia worked at Deloitte & Touche in the dispute consulting technology practice. There he assisted with the development of a national practice technology infrastructure. Prior to that, he was a computer consultant at the Baruch Computing and Technology Center where he diagnosed and repaired hardware, software and networking issues for the entire campus.
Mr Gosalia received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in computer information systems at Baruch College.