Mike leverages best practices and advanced analytics to effectively and efficiently identify, preserve, collect, process, analyze, search, review, and produce electronic data before and during litigation or investigation. The proliferation of electronic data means that a case that might once have involved a folder of paper documents now might involve many gigabytes of data spread across many devices in many formats. Mike has the knowledge and tools to manage this data with care and efficiency required in the face of litigation or investigation.
Mike stays at the cutting edge of rapidly changing e-discovery law. On one hand, the cost of collecting, processing, storing, and reviewing data can balloon and hamstring a litigation budget. On the other hand, failure to properly handle complex electronic data can lead to negative outcomes in litigation. Mike uses his understanding of the law to carefully and creatively plan out electronic discovery.
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, Greensboro Bar Association
Member, EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) at Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies
Member, Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists