Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Greg Buckles. Published: 2011-02-24 07:22:39Format, images and links may no longer function correctly. We are pleased to announce that independent eDiscovery counsel and consultant Kevin Esposito will now be contributing blogs as an eDJ Expert. For those of you who have enjoyed listening to his unique presentation style at conferences, EDRM Committees, Sedona and other eDiscovery gatherings, we know that you will continue to enjoy his direct and uncompromising perspective. Kevin brings with him over 12 years of eDiscovery experience, having managed the litigation support and IT infrastructure operations within global Fortune 50 corporations. While on the corporate side of the house, he became well known for his technology leadership in the logistics world and his efforts at redefining litigation support processes in the pharmaceutical industry.  For the past five years, however, clients in those areas as well as the manufacturing, financial services and entertainment sectors have been quietly relying on his operational and legal guidance as an independent discovery counsel. He has forged a unique niche by helping companies and law firms to meet their joint discovery obligations by combining the talents of the client, support vendors large and small and the judicious application of many of the popular litigation support tools and technologies.  He and his team have learned how to help companies safely and successfully negotiate the eDiscovery minefield through their daily contact with vendors, staffing groups and technology suppliers. He will assist our eDJ readers by providing a pragmatic view of issues large and small, both legal and personal.  I have had the pleasure of partnering with Kevin on consulting engagements covering litigation system audits, RFP generation and management and eDiscovery/Records Retention lifecycle projects. He brings both operational experience and a slightly different personal focus to our blogs and research papers. Kevin can be reached here at Kevin@ediscoveryjournal.com. We hope you that you enjoy his contributions.

At Legal Tech New York 2011, we celebrated eDiscoveryJournal’s first anniversary. We are thankful for all feedback and support from you and our sponsors. We need you to keep telling us what you like and what we could change to improve your experience. As we grow and bring on more independent experts, we look forward to providing new ways for you actively participate on the site and to share your own perspective in a safe moderated community.

If you think that you are an independent eDiscovery expert and are looking for a place to share your perspective, then we want to hear from you. We define an independent as someone who does not derive revenue from eDiscovery software or service sales. This means that you cannot have commission based, referral or other contractual relationships that might create a bias in your perspective. We are always interested in hearing from consultants as well as corporate and/or law firm experts with public speaking and publication experience.

So please join me in welcoming Kevin Esposito to the eDJ expert team and stay tuned for more additions and changes in the weeks to come!

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