Timothy G. Gleason focuses his practice on complex civil litigation. Timothy advises his clients on issues relating to discovery, data preservation and collection, early case assessment and comprehensive managed review. He assists clients in achieving a more effective and efficient discovery process, as well as in effectively utilizing the information learned in the discovery process.
Previously, Timothy was in private practice and conducted electronic document review for several prominent international law firms. He also has experience with a variety of litigation matters, including antitrust, products liability, contracts, copyright and trademark disputes. While in law school, he was a member of the Northwestern University Law Review.
Utilized discovery and document management tools to analyze documents for fact and argument development in a multimillion-dollar civil antitrust case
Served as project leader and assisted with the development and implementation of the plan to interview and collect physical and electronic documents from client employees working in locations across the United States and Europe
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