Don Ramsay started the firm's e-discovery practice in 2005, after more than 30 years of experience handling a broad range of litigation, and is currently co—leader of the firm's Data Law practice group. His practice focuses exclusively on e-discovery for business litigation and investigations. He represents clients and advises other attorneys in their planning for e-discovery discovery pleadings, legal holds, document collections, production formats, discovery protocols, privilege logs, and discovery motions. He has prepared and presented his client's IT personnel for deposition on disputed e-discovery matters. Don has also managed numerous large document reviews.
Don is currently working as a member of the Sedona Conference drafting team creating principles to guide practitioners in decisions about what constitutes a defensible e-discovery process. He has taught national e-discovery certification courses and presented on national podcasts relating to document review. Most recently, Don led the e-discovery efforts for a multi-national investigation with document collection from three continents and over 10 countries with document review and productions for several federal agencies.