The Court finds that the representation of plaintiffs’ counsel was knowledgeable, zealous, sophisticated, valuable and strategic.Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle, In re Corrections Corp. of Am. S'holder Litig.
Robbins Geller has successfully litigated some of the largest and most complex shareholder and antitrust actions in history and has become the vanguard of a rapidly evolving world of e-discovery in complex litigation. The Firm has 200 attorneys supported by a large staff of forensic and e-discovery specialists and has a level of technological sophistication that is unmatched by any other firm. As the size and stakes of complex litigation continue to increase, it is more important than ever to retain counsel with a successful track record of results. Robbins Geller has consistently proven to be the right choice for anyone seeking representation in actions against the largest corporations in the world.
The Robbins Geller e-discovery practice group has more than 75 years of collective e-discovery experience and no plaintiffs’ firm is better equipped to develop the type of comprehensive and case specific e-discovery strategy that is necessary for today’s complex litigation. Led by 20-year litigation veteran Tor Gronborg, and advised by Lea Bays (E-Discovery Counsel) and Christine Milliron (Director of E-Discovery and Litigation Support), the Firm’s e-discovery practice group is a multi-disciplinary team of attorneys, forensic analysts and database professionals. The attorneys have extensive knowledge and experience in drafting and negotiating sophisticated e-discovery protocols, including those involving the use of predictive coding. High quality document review services are performed by a consistent group of staff attorneys who are experienced in the Firm’s litigation practice areas and specialize in document review and analysis. The attorneys work closely with a team of forensic and technology professionals to ensure an effective and efficient e-discovery strategy. The litigation support team also includes six Relativity Certified Administrators.
Additionally, the practice group are leaders in shaping the broader dialogue on e-discovery issues. They regularly contribute to industry publications, speak at conferences organized by leading e-discovery think tanks, such as The Sedona Conference and Georgetown University Law Center’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute, and play prominent roles in the local chapters of Women in eDiscovery and the Relativity Users Steering Committee. The e-discovery practice group also offers regular in-house training and education, ensuring that members of the Firm are always up-to-date on the evolving world of e-discovery law and technology.
Robbins Geller has always been a leader in document-intensive litigation. Boasting high-performing infrastructure resources, state-of-the-art technology and a deep bench of some of the most highly trained Relativity Certified Administrators and network engineers, the Firm’s capabilities rival, if not outshine, those of the top e-discovery vendors in the industry. Additionally, the Firm’s implementation of advanced analytic technologies and custom workflows makes its work fast, smart and efficient. Combined with Robbins Geller’s decision to manage and host its litigation support in-house, these technologies reduce the Firm’s reliance on third-party vendors, enabling it to offer top-notch e-discovery services to clients at a fair and reasonable cost.
If you have any questions regarding Robbins Geller’s e-discovery practice and technology resources, please contact Tor Gronborg.