John’s practice focuses exclusively on counseling clients on e-discovery and large data matters including commercial litigation, investigations, and governmental inquiries. Specifically, John relies on his extensive experience both in practice and discovery project management to help clients:
develop and implement processes for preserving, collecting, and processing electronic data;
prepare defensible discovery plans addressing production of electronically stored information;
implement best-in-class early case assessment tools to significantly reduce data volumes to be collected and hosted;
advise on the use of technology-assisted review approaches to prioritize and automate document review; and
utilize innovative workforce arrangements to maximize efficiency and litigation cost savings.
Prior to rejoining the firm in 2016, John led the Boston office of one of the nation’s leading legal services firms, where he worked with in-house legal departments and law firms to create effective and economical legal solutions – incorporating flexible staffing, reliable workflows, and technology – in a wide variety of practice areas including litigation, compliance, employment, corporate transactions, and contracts management.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John B. Koss