Jeffrey Jarrett is a Senior e-Discovery Specialist in Nixon Peabody’s e-Discovery Services group. In addition to providing support to litigators throughout the firm, he also coordinates the firm’s e-discovery technology capabilities.
What do you focus on?
My focus is on providing the firm and our clients the best in class technology to support data collection, filtering, processing and review. Legal technologies that I’ve used include: CaseSoft Suite (including CaseMap, TimeMap and NoteMap), LiveNote, Concordance, Opticon, Summation, Sanction, Caselogistix and IPRO. I am also certified in: Dataflight: Introduction to Administration (Concordance); Concordance Certified Systems Administration; Dataflight: End-User Training (Concordance and Opticon); CaseMap Fundamentals for End-users; and LAW.
What do you see on the horizon?
As the digital inventory of data grows, it will be important to understand all of the technical and legal aspects of the enormous universe of data in which legal teams will find themselves immersed. I am keeping up with all of the latest developments in this area to assist our clients.
- Perform tasks such as electronic document productions, data loading and conversions, custom reports, etc.
- Typically consults with Nixon Peabody’s Fortune 50 clients on all aspects of electronic discovery
- Manage relationships with outside electronic data discovery (EDD), scanning and coding vendors, forensic collection agencies, including delivery requirements and quality control
- Advise Litigation Technology and IT staff regarding electronic data and processes in myriad scenarios
- Provide technical support and training for end-users and Litigation Technology staff on the latest technology
Legal Technology Portfolio
- CaseSoft Suite, including CaseMap, TimeMap, and NoteMap
- Adobe Professional
- LexisNexis Applied Discovery Online Review Application
- Dataflight: Introduction to Administration (Concordance)
- Concordance Certified Systems Administration
- Dataflight: End-User Training (Concordance and Opticon)
- CaseMap Fundamentals for End-users