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Ediscovery Considerations in Second Requests and Antitrust Litigation

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Although the use of ediscovery technologies in civil litigation document review has been much discussed and debated, its use in merger investigation responses to the FTC or DOJ raises unique issues that are often less considered.

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Ediscovery Considerations in Second Requests and Antitrust Litigation

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Sheldon Noel | Business Development Manager | Kroll Ontrack
Mr. Noel advises attorneys and other professionals from law firms, corporations, and government agencies on all facets of legal technology issues, including electronic evidence and discovery matters. In addition, Mr. Noel is an attorney with more than twelve years of experience in a unique combination of litigation, regulatory and complex project management role.

Charles Moore | Attorney | White & Case
His practice focuses on antitrust litigation and counseling, and he has represented clients in various industries in cartel defense, monopolization and pre-merger matters.  Mr. Moore also has significant experience in other commercial litigation matters, and regularly handles discovery-related issues.

Edward Sharon | Attorney | Wilmer Hale
Mr. Sharon’s practice focuses on a wide range of antitrust matters including merger clearance and civil and criminal investigations. His practice includes counseling on Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) filing requirements and identifying filing obligations in foreign jurisdictions throughout the world. Mr. Sharon also provides strategic and practical advice on all aspects of ediscovery.

Adam Strayer | Ediscovery Consultant | Kroll Ontrack
Mr. Strayer focuses on all aspects of the EDRM, from identifying and collecting key documents to custodian interviews and review and production strategies. Before working as an ediscovery consultant, he was an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), where he reviewed proposed mergers and investigated anticompetitive conduct. In addition, Mr. Strayer has extensive experience in private practice.

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