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Chuck has a blend of consultative and hands-on experience in the legal technology field. His career spans 25 years and he has served as a top eDiscovery consultant, an operations director for a Big Eight consulting firm, and as a litigation and practice support manager at an AMLAW 50 law firm. Now he brings all of that experience and expertise to D4. Chuck is a board member of the New England Litigation Technology Professionals (NELTP) and an active participant in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), The Sedona Conference, the Association of Litigation Support Professionals (ALSP) and the East Coast Association of Litigation Support Managers (ECALSM). He also develops and participates in eDiscovery CLE and contributes to leading industry publications. Chuck also served as an expert on eDiscovery protocols, proportionality and cost of eDiscovery, findings on computer forensic examination, and requirements for defensible search and review. He works closely with law firms and corporate litigators to develop strategy for identification, collection, preservation, litigation response planning, production, and scope of discovery. Chuck earned a JD from Lewis & Clark Law School and a BA from Brandeis University.