Bailey Glasser’s Electronically Stored Information (ESI) team employs a firm command of evolving best practices, emergent technologies, and established legal principles and rules to ensure that our corporate and individual clients preserve, collect, and manage ESI, and conduct e-Discovery, with strategic confidence.
Because these capabilities, as well as the protection of sensitive personal and proprietary information, are essential components of contemporary business transactions and litigation, our clients are positioned to succeed, no matter the size of the deal or the complexity of the case.
The ability to efficiently identify, preserve, and access electronic information of any volume can significantly impact a party’s standing in business transactions and legal disputes. We ensure that our clients negotiate and litigate from a position of strength by implementing timely and cost-effective information preservation, management, and production strategies.
We work with our clients, in-house counsel, nationally certified IT professionals and forensic experts, records custodians, and government agencies to maximize informational security and strategic advantage.
- Appointed to serve on the leadership team for the Discovery & ESI Subcommittee in a multidistrict class-action litigation in the defective 3M combat arms earplugs case
- Served as ESI counsel for a consortium of small energy sector companies regarding contractual claims associated with a major pipeline project; utilizing strategic and analytical ESI functionalities, we synthesized and produced large amounts of data for each client to advance a pre-trial resolution of the claims
- Serves as ESI liaison to the US Department of Justice regarding ESI needs in a False Claims Act whistleblower case
- Served as ESI counsel for a government contract company to preserve, analyze and produce extensive amounts of data related to a government inquiry; utilizing negotiated ESI protocols, we efficiently limited the inquiry scope and timely resolved the inquiry needs
- Serving as liaison director of e-Discovery to several MDL leadership committees in various cases focusing on medical device product liability claims surrounding manufactured hernia mesh products, including working with the plaintiffs’ executive committee in Atrium Medical Corp. C-Qur Mesh Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2753)
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