Niloy litigates and counsels on a broad array of preservation, collection, review, production and admissibility issues. A member of Sedona Working Group 1 and EDRM, and faculty member/participant at such conferences as Arizona State University’s eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference, Georgetown University Law Center’s Advanced E-Discovery Institute, Today’s General Counsel’s “The Exchange” national seminar series and The Masters Conference circuit, Niloy speaks, writes and presents regularly on all topics ESI, from both litigation and information governance perspectives. He relies on his years as a database and software engineer when devising strategies for efficient and effective records management, defensible preservation, data harvesting, culling, and focused review. Niloy has litigated complex tort, antitrust, contract and employment class-action matters, represented energy utilities in regulatory proceedings and related litigation, and conducted internal investigations for Fortune 500 and academic clients. He is a native of India, a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, and a proud son of Macalester College, where he teaches trial advocacy and serves on the Alumni Board. When not staring at a screen and keyboard, Niloy enjoys spinning tales for his wife and children.