David Welch is a Senior Project Manager with Kilpatrick’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team. With more than 20 years of experience in project management, he provides guidance to attorneys and clients on all phases of the EDRM, project planning, budgeting, and technical issues regarding e-discovery. As a Relativity Review Management Specialist and a certified Project Management Professional, Dave is often engaged to consult on the employment of Early Case Assessment strategies, developing best practices, improving efficiencies and streamlining workflows. As a Relativity Review Management Specialist, David is often engaged to consult on the employment of Early Case Assessment strategies, developing best practices, improving efficiencies and streamlining workflows. David also has a background in forensic examination, having achieved the level of Certified Computer Examiner by the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE).
Previously, David was the owner/partner of a start-up litigation support company in Denver, Colorado, where he managed e-discovery projects of all sizes. In addition to Relativity, the industry-leading e-discovery platform utilized in-house by LitSmart, David has experience in Summation, Concordance, CaseLogistix, Trial Director, Sanction, iPro, and Ringtail. Most recently, he worked in the Charleston, South Carolina office of an east coast firm as a Senior Litigation Technology Specialist, managing cases encompassing multiple terabytes of data.
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University of Northern Colorado M.A. (1997) Sport Administration
Willamette University B.A. (1994) Humanities
Relativity Review Management Specialist
ISFCE Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)
Project Management Professional (PMP®)
LexisNexis Certified E-Discovery Specialist
LexisNexis LAW PreDiscovery Administrator
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