Matt Gibson


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Matt Gibson leads the firm’s litigation technology department, collaborating with attorneys and clients on all technical matters related to electronic evidence – in discovery and at trial. With more than 14 years at the firm, Matt has assisted with e-discovery since before the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure recognized the challenges presented by electronically stored information. He consults on projects relating to litigation readiness, data preservation, forensic collections, defensible data reduction, document review and production, evidence analysis and evidence presentation at hearings. With an eye toward cost containment and appropriately applying proven – yet new – technologies to litigation, Matt ensures that the firm’s litigators offer innovative and effective solutions to clients grappling with the volume, complexity and expense of electronic evidence.

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International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS)