Denver, CO (Dec. 16, 2019) — Downstreem LLC, a new technology and data forensics company is launching this month with a focus on digital forensics, eDiscovery and advisory services on behalf of AmLaw 200 and Fortune 500 companies. The high-tech company brings together two industry leaders with 40 years of combined experience in the field.
Expanding access to innovative technology resources and advanced data forensics services to the company’s current and future clients, Downstreem brings together leading digital forensics practitioners Andreas Mueller and C.J. Culley to lead the company’s nationwide footprint. Headquartered in Denver, Downstreem provides data forensics, eDiscovery and advisory support to clients in the technology, healthcare, pharma and biotech, financial, energy, regulatory and legal fields.
“Combining our client services under one roof with the launch of Downstreem, C.J. and I bring more than 40 years of hands-on work in eDiscovery and data forensics supporting some of the highest profile cases in the world,” said Andreas Mueller, chief executive officer of Downstreem. “Together we will continue to offer innovative new solutions designed to support complex matters, with a focus on collaboration, communication and client service across the eDiscovery and digital forensics space.”
Downstreem’s interactive client portal compliments the firm’s high-tech service offerings on behalf of eDiscovery and digital forensics clients. It features real-time project insights, detailed status and billing reports, electronic invoicing and payment services designed to enhance collaboration between project teams and clients. Using the online portal, Downstreem’s clients can access subject-matter-specific information in real time and track progress throughout the project.
For more than 20 years, Andreas Mueller has managed large scale cases relating to forensic investigations and electronic discovery, supporting Top 200 law firms and Fortune 500 companies. He has overseen daily activities of data forensics practices, eDiscovery processing groups, review departments and multiple, global service providers, while providing strategic data collection advice and planning, workflow development and consulting services. Mueller is a member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association and the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists.
Responsible for the development of specialized digital forensic practices and the infrastructure behind eDiscovery processing facilities, C.J. Culley is a leading digital forensics practitioner with 20 years of experience performing complex digital forensic investigations. His work includes supporting some of the largest cases known to the industry, dating back to the MCI WorldCom investigation. He has led teams of computer forensic examiners in supporting high profile civil and criminal cases and assisted numerous corporations, attorneys and government agencies. C.J. is a member of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists, High Technology Crime Investigation Association and High Technology Crime Consortium.