Jay Brudz builds and manages world class e-discovery operations, internal compliance and FCPA investigations and develops enterprise-level information governance best practices. He is co-chair of the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group. In that capacity he acts as e-discovery counsel on major complex litigation matters. Using his technical experience in digital forensics and network security, Jay assists clients with information security counselling, including breach response, policy development and cyber risk evaluations. He also serves as executive managing director of the firm’s e-discovery subsidiary, Tritura Information Governance LLC, which provides state of the art e-discovery technology and services to the firm's clients.
Jay previously served in several roles focusing on the intersection of applied technology and law, including as senior counsel for legal technology at General Electric where he created and led their corporate e-discovery center supporting more than 1,200 attorneys. In this role he was also responsible for all corporate technology initiatives within GE’s legal operation, including the successful implementation of legal hold, e-billing, insider trading compliance, intranet, and patent docketing systems.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jay Brudz