Chris guides clients and case teams through the eDiscovery process, spanning all phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model. With more than a decade of experience, he helps clients and case teams identify, preserve, collect, process, review, analyze, produce, and present evidence for litigation matters at the firm.
Chris is responsible for administering BF Discovery’s instance of RelativityOne that is used by the Firm and its clients to service all aspects of document processing, review, analysis, and production. At various litigation stages, he creates cost-effective and efficient solutions to help clients and case teams on a number of complex eDiscovery matters by offering practical solutions to complicated problems.
Outside of the office Chris dedicates his time to non-profit work that fosters the progress of litigation support management and thought leadership in eDiscovery. He is an active writer, collaborating with academic and esteemed institutions to address the latest developments in the field. Chris is a self-proclaimed sports nut who loves to golf and cheer on his favorite teams at home and abroad. He is an avid fan of all Wisconsin teams – including all college and pro sports – as well as the Manchester City F.C. in the English Premier League.
- John Marshall Law School, J.D., 2007
- John Marshall Law School, LL.M., 2007
- Carnegie Mellon University, B.S., 2003
- 5 Ways to Use Analytics to Ease Your eDiscovery Burden
- A Technology Competence Framework for Lawyers
Palmer Award, NewClub Golf Society (2020)
- Board Member, ACEDS (Association of E-Discovery Specialists)
- Advisor Board Member, Page Vault