Miri Davidson


Miri is a principal in Charles River Associates’ Forensic Services Practice, specializing in eDiscovery investigations and information governance.

She is an accomplished and results-driven senior executive with over 10 years of experience, and substantial success in leading high-profile investigations related to fraud, misconduct, and non-compliance for Am Law 100 Firms, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies such as the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Federal Trade Commission. Miri assists clients in achieving business cost savings, cost avoidance, and compliance. She has served as the primary liaison between internal and external shareholders for multiple global organizations primarily within the financial services and life sciences sectors.

Miri coordinates eDiscovery and information governance strategies effectively and ensures compliance with engagement specifications and industry standards. She has a deep knowledge of cyber forensics and eDiscovery tools and related technologies by applying an analytical approach to solving complex problems and promotes data-driven decision-making. Miri has also designed multiple process workflows and developed over-arching strategies to best meet the needs of clients in complex litigation, investigative, and regulatory challenges.

Miri is a certified fraud examiner (CFE), a Relativity Certified User, and a RelativityOne Certified Pro.

Selected engagements

  • 01
    Successful resolution of cybersecurity incident for publicly traded human capital management client
    CRA’s Forensic Services Practice client faced a formidable set of business, legal, and operational challenges when it was contacted by a cyber ransomware group.
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  • 02
    Investigation of $10 million embezzlement and diversion by company’s former CMO
    CRA’s Forensic Services Practice was retained by Cooley LLP’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice, on behalf of the board of a national insurance...
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  • 03
    Data compromise at a global technology corporation
    CRA’s client, a global technology corporation, experienced a large-scale business email compromise event that impacted global operations in 27 countries. CRA’s...
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