Matthew Moore provides expert witness and strategic consulting services relating to digital forensics, litigation support, and electronic discovery.

As a former litigation associate at an AmLaw50 and Global50 law firm, he has represented high-tech clients in trade secret lawsuits and major financial services corporations in matters with billions of dollars in dispute. He has joined this legal foundation with technical expertise to partner with law firm and corporate clients to efficiently and effectively investigate disputes and drive toward resolution.

Mr. Moore has provided expert deposition testimony related to misappropriation of trade secrets and digital forensics. He has advised clients on other matters including internal investigations, employment disputes, evidence destruction, breaches of contract, and fraud. He has frequently supported clients in their efforts to successfully resolve matters without formal litigation, and he has experience through every stage of the life cycle of a legal dispute. He has worked closely with internal corporate information technology groups to advise, design, implement, and execute data preservation frameworks and streamlined evidence collections workflows for multibillion-dollar companies.

Mr. Moore maintains an active status with the California bar, although not practicing, and holds multiple forensics and technical certifications.

Employment History

Lighthouse Global (formerly Discovia)
Expert, Digital Forensics
2015 – 2018

Goodwin Procter LLP
Associate, Intellectual Property Litigation
2010 – 2015

Professional Affiliations

California State Bar
Member, 2010


EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE)

Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO)

Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA)

Areas of Expertise


Santa Clara University School of Law
JD, 2010

University of California, Berkeley
BA, Astrophysics, 2005
BA, Rhetoric, 2005


Santa Clara University School of Law
High Tech Law Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, 2010
CALI Awards in Patents, Legal Profession (Legal Ethics), and Appellate Advocacy courses, 2009 – 2010

University of California, Berkeley
Regents’ and Chancellor’s Scholar & Alumni Leadership Scholar, 2001 – 2005