Manfred is a Principal in KPMG’s Forensic Technology Services practice, where he focuses on electronic discovery. He provides clients with a wide range of services from enterprise-level e-discovery management to delivery on large, complex e-discovery projects. Manfred advises on e-discovery requests, including data identification and collection, data processing and hosting, and structuring document reviews, quality control, and document productions. His practice has a particular focus on technology-assisted review or predictive coding, statistical sampling and statistical process control, as well as streamlining and integrating the various aspects of complex e-discovery projects. He is a former practicing antitrust attorney, has testified as a 30(b)(6) witness on eDiscovery quality and data spoliation issues, and participated in Rule 26(f) conferences. Manfred teaches eDiscovery law at Cardozo Law School. He holds law degrees from Columbia University School of Law, and Germany (Bavaria).