Corporations and organizations face a number of legal requirements and obligations concerning the creation, storage, maintenance, and use of records and information. In addition to ad hoc requirements of preservation and electronic discovery in the litigation context, there are data privacy and record retention requirements affecting the way companies routinely collect, manage and store various categories of information. Jason has many years of experience in helping clients quickly identify, preserve, collect, process, review, and produce large amounts of electronically stored information in a legally defensible and cost-effective manner. Clients also turn to Jason for guidance on information governance, protection, and data security challenges they face in the US and internationally.
Jason’s current practice focuses on issues involved in electronic discovery preparedness, planning and execution, as well as information privacy, information governance, and data security. He routinely provides legal consultation and advice to several large and diverse corporations and organizations regarding the design and implementation of electronic discovery programs, including the development of policies and procedures for efficiently and defensibly preserving, collecting and producing electronically stored information (ESI). His experience includes serving as an in-house counsel for the nation’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer, where he advised on issues involving litigation hold administration, information management, and electronic data discovery process and policy.