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Anders van Marter



Anders van Marter is an e-Discovery Specialist in the firm’s e-Discovery Services team. He supports clients on electronic discovery projects and related specialty litigation technology services.

What do you focus on?

I assist clients and attorneys in planning and implementing efficient discovery processes throughout the litigation lifecycle. I provide technical consultations for clients’ information technologists and work with attorneys to develop tailored search protocols that reduce review time and pinpoint relevant documents. Additionally, I deliver comprehensive trial technology support. I’ve worked with clients in a variety of industries from gaming to hospitals and construction.

Our Electronic Discovery team is especially well equipped to insource many typically outsourced functions, keeping costs to clients down. We maintain a robust and competitive network of third-party contacts available at a moment’s notice to field large or atypical projects. I am well versed with tools such as Relativity, Summation and iConnect and have experience with technology assisted review.

What do you see on the horizon?

Discovery continues to evolve in response to continually increasing data volumes and sources. There is already an uptick in competition to create both front-end document storage solutions with sensible retention policies as well as nimble, precise and cost-effective electronic discovery software. I expect this competition to grow.

Slideshow: Pro bono brought Big Law out in force

The American Lawyer | June 26, 2019

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this roundup of notable pro bono cases. The article highlights the victory that Chicago Complex Commercial Disputes partners Tom Hecht, Seth Horvath and Tina Solis, with assistance from associate Bill Kirby and eDiscovery specialist Anders van Marter, won in Iowa Supreme Court in a matter involving Medicaid coverage of gender-affirming surgery for transgender individuals.

Iowa justices say Medicaid covers sex-change surgery

Courthouse News Service | March 08, 2019

In the following coverage, Chicago partners Tom Hecht, Seth Horvath and Tina Solis are mentioned in a series of articles covering the Iowa Supreme Court decision in favor of their clients, two transgender women who were denied Medicaid coverage for their gender-affirming surgeries, in violation of the Iowa Constitution and civil rights statutes. Chicago associate Bill Kirby and eDiscovery specialist Anders van Marter were also on the team.

Transgender Medicaid patients notch big win in Iowa

Bloomberg Law | March 08, 2019

In the following coverage, Chicago partners Tom Hecht, Seth Horvath and Tina Solis are mentioned in a series of articles covering the Iowa Supreme Court decision in favor of their clients, two transgender women who were denied Medicaid coverage for their gender-affirming surgeries, in violation of the Iowa Constitution and civil rights statutes. Chicago associate Bill Kirby and eDiscovery specialist Anders van Marter were also on the team.

Contact

Anders van Marter

e-Discovery Specialist

Chicago

Phone: 312-977-9215


Columbia College Chicago, B.A., Acoustics

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