Case Studies

eDiscovery

Brief Examples of Prior Work

  • Managed the largest eDiscovery cases ever in 2001 involving seven terabytes of data that had to be collected in digital and paper form, created the first Internet-based litigation review system and organized the legal review of the documents.
  • Directed e-Discovery efforts on behalf of the Republic of Colombia in litigation regarding the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act.
  • Led and conducted hundreds of computer investigations and e-Discovery matters involving various legal issues such as SEC compliance, EPA criminal investigation, homicide, black-market drug manufacturing, intellectual property theft, identity theft, corporate malfeasance, system hacking, and wrongful termination.
  • Developed and implemented the technical strategy for the legal response of a large multi-national corporation in a government investigation. This multi-million dollar response required managing teams of computer forensic experts in seven countries across three continents over a five month period. In all, the investigation involved processing over 1 Petabyte (1,000 Terabytes) of electronic evidence.