Sean Tuttle, a Partner with StoneTurn, leads StoneTurn’s Forensic Technology practice and brings more than 16 years of experience in managing investigations and litigation matters involving technology as a principle component.
Sean has worked with leading regional and national law firms and corporations to provide technical services on highly sensitive matters involving electronic discovery, forensic collection, computer forensics, e-mail, business document and operating system analyses, and backup media analysis and restoration. Sean has provided expertise on a wide range of cases, including procurement fraud, e-mail fabrication, theft of intellectual property, breach of contract, insider trading, employment litigation and various regulatory investigations.
Sean has worked with clients across the medical, financial services, Internet technology, retail, transportation, pharmaceutical, healthcare, biotech and manufacturing industries.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Sean spent approximately seven years with a Big Four accounting firm, where he was the Manager of its Analytic & Forensic Technology practice in Boston.
Sean is an EnCase Certified Examiner (“EnCE”).