Greg Cancilla, Director of Forensics at RVM Enterprises, Inc., has once again taken top honors in the New York Law Journal Reader Rankings as Best Expert Witness in Technology. Mr. Cancilla was selected as a result of votes cast by more than 8,400 legal professionals who read the New York Law Journal. RVM was one of over 500 firms in more than 100 categories listed on the official ballot. Voters were also given the option of writing in any firms not seen listed; adding another 300 to the list of contestants.
Greg Cancilla is the Director of Forensics at RVM Enterprises, Inc. He is responsible for the preservation, identification, extraction, documentation and interpretation of digital data. As a certified forensic engineer, Greg has performed countless digital forensics investigations since entering the field in 2003. Mr. Cancilla has offered testimony in numerous cases, including testimony on a key piece of plaintiff’s evidence in Ronald Luri v. Republic Services, Inc., et al., which rendered the largest single plaintiff verdict in the State of Ohio’s history.
“It’s wonderful to receive this recognition from the New York Law Journal,” said Greg Cancilla, Director of Forensics at RVM. “Receiving this distinction for the third time is a great honor.”
“We are extremely proud of Greg for being recognized for the third year in a row. The market is extremely competitive and it’s impressive for Greg to stand head and shoulders above the rest, time and time again,” said Vinnie Brunetti, Chief Executive Officer of RVM Enterprises, Inc. “Forensics can be a very sensitive area for our clients and Greg understands how to put clients at ease. Along with customer service, expertise is critical when collecting data and I know Greg takes great pride in being able to use that proficiency when providing expert testimony for RVM’s clients.”