John’s practice focuses exclusively on counseling clients, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, on litigation readiness/information governance, e-discovery, and large data matters with a focus on commercial litigation and government investigations in the life sciences, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare industries. John also directs and oversees Mintz’s Litigation Technology Department coordinating the firm’s vendor partnerships and internal discovery management functions. In both roles, John relies on his extensive experience both in legal practice and discovery project management to help clients:
•Develop and implement processes for governing and preserving electronic data in common corporate forms and repositories; •Prepare defensible litigation readiness and discovery plans addressing management and collection of electronic data; •Implement best-in-class case assessment tools to significantly reduce electronic data volumes to be collected and hosted; •Advise on the use of technology-assisted review and artificial intelligence approaches to prioritize and automate review, management, and analysis of corporate data; and •Utilize innovative workforce arrangements to maximize efficiency and data management cost savings. Outside of the office, John lectures, speaks and writes frequently on issues of e-discovery law, information governance, and data privacy. John teaches E-Discovery Law at Suffolk University Law School.
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