eDiscovery Attorney – Ohio-Dayton

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  • Full Time

A law firm in Dayton is seeking an experienced eDiscovery Attorney to provide strategic guidance and support to case teams and clients in the realm of electronic discovery. The successful candidate will possess in-depth knowledge of eDiscovery best practices, advanced technologies, and legal obligations, contributing to efficient and effective document management throughout the litigation process. Job Details:Promote the firm’s resources and capabilities to firm attorneys and staff through training and cultivating relationships.Provide recommendations to case teams and clients on discovery process improvements, leveraging advanced technologies for spend and risk reductions.Deliver training on the technical and practical knowledge of RelativityOne and best practices.Advise case teams on document preservation and collection obligations and strategies according to Firm and industry best practices.Draft Litigation Hold Notices and conduct document collection scoping interviews with clients.Interface with vendors and client IT departments to facilitate document collections.Collaborate with firm Discovery Analysts on data collection, processing, and ingestion into Relativity.Develop and advise case teams on strategies for culling collected data for review, following Firm and industry best practices.Craft, revise, and test search terms for data culling and/or document review.Advise case teams on conducting and implementing efficient and effective document reviews according to Firm and industry best practices.Set up and implement QC searches and protocols, as well as train and supervise contract attorney review teams.Provide guidance on document production options and collaborate with firm Discovery Analysts on production specifications.QC document productions and stay current on the development and evolution of case law, local rules, and best practices related to eDiscovery. Requirements:Bachelor’s Degree and Juris Doctorate degree required.3-5 years of experience as a dedicated eDiscovery Attorney.Knowledge of and experience with eDiscovery Best Practices and industry trends including the Sedona Conference, EDRM, case law, and local court practices.Proficiency with RelativityOne.Successful management of multiple, high-priority, complex matters simultaneously.Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.Must have an active law license.This Vault-ranked firm has a client-first mindset, where attorneys are rewarded based on their listening and understanding their clients’ goals, thinking creatively and aggressively to advance those goals, and obtaining the clients’ ultimate success. Attorneys at this firm partner with members of the firm’s affiliated businesses to provide comprehensive service to clients. These partnerships allow clients to access business consulting across a variety of disciplines. The attorneys truly work as one team to help their clients succeed. This modern, progressive firm boasts a highly respectful, transparent workplace culture, which fosters creativity, teamwork, inclusion, diversity, and service to clients and communities. This firm emphasizes significant investment in the communities where their attorneys live and practice. Compensation at this firm is competitive with peer firms in the region.

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