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OUR TEAM: COMMITTED TO YOUR GOALS

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MANAGEMENT TEAM
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OUR TEAM IS COMMITTED TO UNDERSTANDING YOUR GOALS, BUILDING THE RIGHT TEAM FOR YOUR PROJECT, AND ENSURING OUTSTANDING RESULTS.

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John Unice, Esq.

Chief Executive Officer

John Unice directs the business, strategic and overall operations of bit-x-bit. Providing exceptional high-level expertise and guidance to bit-x-bit’s clients, John draws on two decades of experience as chief corporate counsel and as a trial lawyer in major corporate and large law firm settings. 

John’s wide-ranging portfolio includes litigating sophisticated cases, utilizing complex electronic evidence and leading digital risk-mitigation initiatives, both in the U.S. and internationally.  Before joining bit-x-bit, John was Assistant Secretary and a senior legal advisor at the Pittsburgh headquarters of Covestro LLC and, prior, at Bayer Corporation, advancing his clients’ interests in highly regulated industries. 


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Brett Creasy, CISSP, GCFA, CCE

President & Director of Digital Forensics

Brett Creasy directs the company’s overall operations in digital forensics, e-discovery, cybersecurity and incident response. An expert in digital forensics, Brett has conducted hundreds of forensic examinations for matters involving intellectual property theft, unauthorized use of computer systems, harassment, computer hacking, criminal and white collar crimes, and employment class action cases, as well as arbitration proceedings and internal investigations. He has been designated as an expert in state and federal courts throughout the country, and has testified in scores of cases on a variety of topics and matters, most notably in cases involving the theft of confidential and trade secret information. 


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Marie Perry

eDiscovery Services Manager

Marie Perry is bit-x-bit's eDiscovery Services Manager. Marie graduated from Duke University with a Genetics degree and applies the logical reasoning she honed during her studies to guide clients through complex eDiscovery challenges.

Marie started her career in the legal industry as a software trainer and moved into eDiscovery two decades ago. She brings to the firm experience in managing eDiscovery projects as well as forensic collection engagements.


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Joseph Decker, Esq.

Board Member

Joseph Decker is a Board Member of bit-x-bit.  Joe has 15 years of experience with bit-x-bit and previously was a business litigator and trial attorney, litigating cases involving electronic evidence and data theft issues.  Joe successfully argued the issue of taxation of e-Discovery costs before the Third Circuit in the groundbreaking case of Race Tires America, Inc. v. Hoosier Racing Tire Corp., 674 F.3d 158 (3d Cir. 2012).



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Eric Lemons, Esq.

eDiscovery Project Manager

Eric Lemons is bit-x-bit's eDiscovery Project Manager.  He has been working in the eDiscovery space for nearly 20 years supporting both large firms and government entities in their eDiscovery needs.  In addition to being a licensed attorney, Eric also holds a computer science degree from the University of Pittsburgh.  This unique background allows him to bridge the gap from understanding the technical how of eDiscovery to also knowing the legal goals of eDiscovery.

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Kurt Petro

Senior Forensic Examiner

Kurt Petro, a Senior Forensic Examiner with bit-x-bit, conducts in-depth forensic examinations in the support of a wide spectrum of cases, including intellectual property theft, employment matters, unauthorized access and other security incidents, criminal and white-collar crimes, and class action lawsuits.



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Caitlin Counihan

Forensic Analyst

Caitlin Counihan, a Forensic Analyst with bit-x-bit, conducts forensic examinations on a wide variety of electronic devices and data including laptops, desktops, cell phones, system memory and external devices such as USB hard drives. She has performed examinations for cases involving intellectual property theft, white collar and other criminal matters and investigations, and employment class actions. 


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Freddie Dyroff

Forensic Analyst

Freddie Dyroff, a Forensic Analyst at bit-x-bit, conducts in-depth forensic examinations relating to trade secret theft, criminal charges, employment matters, and class action lawsuits. Freddie specializes in mobile device acquisition and examination and has acquired expert-level certifications in the subject. Freddie has led many projects. Most notably he managed a case which involved over 2000 devices in total across three different states. Freddie has traveled to over 15 states and even other countries to perform collections and examinations and to meet client needs.

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Amy Weingartner

Office Administrator and Marketing Coordinator

Amy Weingartner is bit-x-bit’s Office Administrator/Marketing Coordinator. She oversees the company’s daily logistical operations and supports the firm’s marketing engagements and initiatives. Prior to joining bit-x-bit, Amy gained broad administrative experience at a regional accounting firm, a global law firm, and also taught English overseas in South Korea.

She has extensive experience managing multistage processes and complex projects for marquee clients to meet organizational and client timelines. 

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John Unice, Esq.

Chief Executive Officer

John Unice directs the business, strategic and overall operations of bit-x-bit. Providing exceptional high-level expertise and guidance to bit-x-bit’s clients, John draws on two decades of experience as chief corporate counsel and as a trial lawyer in major corporate and large law firm settings. 

John’s wide-ranging portfolio includes litigating sophisticated cases, utilizing complex electronic evidence and leading digital risk-mitigation initiatives, both in the U.S. and internationally.  Before joining bit-x-bit, John was Assistant Secretary and a senior legal advisor at the Pittsburgh headquarters of Covestro LLC and, prior, at Bayer Corporation, advancing his clients’ interests in highly regulated industries. 


Read More

Brett Creasy, CISSP, GCFA, CCE

President & Director of Digital Forensics

Brett Creasy directs the company’s overall operations in digital forensics, e-discovery, cybersecurity and incident response. An expert in digital forensics, Brett has conducted hundreds of forensic examinations for matters involving intellectual property theft, unauthorized use of computer systems, harassment, computer hacking, criminal and white collar crimes, and employment class action cases, as well as arbitration proceedings and internal investigations. He has been designated as an expert in state and federal courts throughout the country, and has testified in scores of cases on a variety of topics and matters, most notably in cases involving the theft of confidential and trade secret information. 


Read More

Marie Perry

eDiscovery Services Manager

Marie Perry is bit-x-bit's eDiscovery Services Manager. Marie graduated from Duke University with a Genetics degree and applies the logical reasoning she honed during her studies to guide clients through complex eDiscovery challenges.

Marie started her career in the legal industry as a software trainer and moved into eDiscovery two decades ago. She brings to the firm experience in managing eDiscovery projects as well as forensic collection engagements.


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Joseph Decker, Esq.

Board Member

Joseph Decker is a Board Member of bit-x-bit.  Joe has 15 years of experience with bit-x-bit and previously was a business litigator and trial attorney, litigating cases involving electronic evidence and data theft issues.  Joe successfully argued the issue of taxation of e-Discovery costs before the Third Circuit in the groundbreaking case of Race Tires America, Inc. v. Hoosier Racing Tire Corp., 674 F.3d 158 (3d Cir. 2012).



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Our Team

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Eric Lemons, Esq.

eDiscovery Project Manager

Eric Lemons is bit-x-bit's eDiscovery Project Manager.  He has been working in the eDiscovery space for nearly 20 years supporting both large firms and government entities in their eDiscovery needs.  In addition to being a licensed attorney, Eric also holds a computer science degree from the University of Pittsburgh.  This unique background allows him to bridge the gap from understanding the technical how of eDiscovery to also knowing the legal goals of eDiscovery.

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Kurt Petro

Senior Forensic Examiner

Kurt Petro, a Senior Forensic Examiner with bit-x-bit, conducts in-depth forensic examinations in the support of a wide spectrum of cases, including intellectual property theft, employment matters, unauthorized access and other security incidents, criminal and white-collar crimes, and class action lawsuits.



Read More

We get it.

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Caitlin Counihan

Forensic Analyst

Caitlin Counihan, a Forensic Analyst with bit-x-bit, conducts forensic examinations on a wide variety of electronic devices and data including laptops, desktops, cell phones, system memory and external devices such as USB hard drives. She has performed examinations for cases involving intellectual property theft, white collar and other criminal matters and investigations, and employment class actions. 


Read More

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Freddie Dyroff

Forensic Analyst

Freddie Dyroff, a Forensic Analyst at bit-x-bit, conducts in-depth forensic examinations relating to trade secret theft, criminal charges, employment matters, and class action lawsuits. Freddie specializes in mobile device acquisition and examination and has acquired expert-level certifications in the subject. Freddie has led many projects. Most notably he managed a case which involved over 2000 devices in total across three different states. Freddie has traveled to over 15 states and even other countries to perform collections and examinations and to meet client needs.

Read More

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Amy Weingartner

Office Administrator and Marketing Coordinator

Amy Weingartner is bit-x-bit’s Office Administrator/Marketing Coordinator. She oversees the company’s daily logistical operations and supports the firm’s marketing engagements and initiatives. Prior to joining bit-x-bit, Amy gained broad administrative experience at a regional accounting firm, a global law firm, and also taught English overseas in South Korea.

She has extensive experience managing multistage processes and complex projects for marquee clients to meet organizational and client timelines. 

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