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e-Discovery Information Analyst (CONSULTANCY)

ANYWHERE, United States
  • Employment Type: Direct Hire
Our client, an innovative, boutique ESI service provider, is seeking an e-Discovery Information Analyst to join their expanding team. The ideal candidate should come with excitement and interest in working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. The Analyst will be required to display strong experience processing data in industry-standard ESI tools such as Relativity, DISCO, Ipro, or Everlaw. Supporting internal attorneys and project managers as database administrators throughout the entirety of the project is a crucial skill required for this position; this includes handling collection and ingestion of ESI into the data processing platforms to prepare for production and review. Individuals with experience supporting law firms is preferred. Candidates who have worked in RelOne or processed specifically in Relativity or Ipro will be considered first. Send resumes to [email protected].

Position Description: 

Our client is looking for an Information Analyst with familiarity with e-discovery workflows to support its Managed Services Division. In this role, the eDiscovery Information Analyst will be  expected to provide professional e-discovery services designed to ensure a consistent, repeatable, and legally defensible processes for identifying, preserving, collecting, processing and producing Electronically Stored Information (ESI) in response to discovery requests. The client’s employees often support each other by performing tasks outside of our traditional job responsibilities.

Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
  • Provides expertise specifically in civil discovery support to include identifying, preserving, collecting, processing, and producing ESI
  • Serves as the expert technical user of current discovery applications
  • Applies best practices (e.g. collection tools, analytics, and standard culling techniques) to reduce the size of potentially relevant data sets
  • Applies information governance, collection, and preservation workflows in accordance with a  discovery plan to collect data from various storage locations (e.g., MS-Exchange servers, shared drives, desktops) to support enterprise clients responding to pre-trial discovery motions, requests, subpoenas related to civil matters, and other inquiries
  • Researches and troubleshoots a wide variety of electronic discovery issues and recommend solutions
  • Manages case data within an electronic discovery review and analysis platform—currently the e-discovery platform Relativity—to create cases; add collected source data; handle user access rights; upload data logs; de-duplicate collected source data; identify data gaps; merge/verify data; and assure electronic discovery production quality in bates numbering and load file creation
  • Maintains documentation surrounding ESI collection, processing, review, and production plans (e.g. client data maps, custodian collection tracking, error logs, and reviewer statistics)
  • Coordinates electronic discovery collection results with clients for processing discovery for review/redaction/release
Requirements:
  • Significant experience with data collection, use of technology to facilitate civil and/or criminal Discovery, and familiarity with end-to-end lifecycle management of litigation support matters
  • Some experience using e-discovery platform Relativity (or equivalent software) to perform Collection, Review & Analysis and Production of ESI; Relativity Certified Administrator certifications are strongly preferred
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, particularly to translate legal requirements to technical requirements
  • Collaborates with several teams to develop end-user training and standard operating procedures
  • Experience working on IT network architecture, such as MS Exchange, file servers and SharePoint, and demonstrated abilities to evaluate query audit and server logs for errors
  • Knowledge of or demonstrated interest and aptitude for learning legal framework that define civil and/or criminal electronic discovery practices
  • Fluency in the Spanish Language, although not required, is a plus


 

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