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Relativity Fest 2019

Gregory Sullivan

Partner, Deloitte

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Gregory Sullivan

Gregory is a Partner with Deloitte’s eDiscovery Services team in Toronto. He regularly advises clients on matters relating to the eDiscovery process and oversees teams of project managers and contract lawyers on complex document reviews, investigations, and due diligence projects. Gregory has coordinated projects in a wide range of areas, including complex commercial and civil litigation, public inquiries, and competition/antitrust law. In this regard, his experience includes directing a team of over 300 contract lawyers, managing French language projects, and coordinating the review of over 15 million documents on a large regulatory matter.

Gregory has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal as one of the leading eDiscovery experts in Canada. He is also the Chair of Ontario’s Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Working Group, which is composed of eDiscovery professionals, litigators, and members of the judiciary from across the province and is charged with promoting thought leadership, best practices, and law reform with respect to digital evidence and eDiscovery.

Gregory has published a number of papers and articles in the areas of eDiscovery, competition/antitrust law, and foreign investment law. His writing has been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada. Gregory is also a contributing author of A Practical Guide to eDiscovery in Canada, which was recently published by LexisNexis.

Prior to working in the field of eDiscovery, Gregory spent almost a decade practicing commercial litigation, competition/antitrust, and foreign investment law at two large Canadian law firms.

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