The EDRM has earned its reputation as the voice of independent authority in e-discovery. — Craig Ball, President, Craig Ball, P.C.
Setting the global standards for e-discovery, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model ( EDRM ) is pleased to announce its new 2020 global advisory council. Robert Keeling, partner at Sidley Austin LLP, chairs the council.
'I am excited to continue to be a part of the EDRM Advisory Council. The legacy members of the Advisory Council have made a number of important contributions to the EDRM and to the area of e-discovery generally,' says Keeling. 'We look forward to welcoming the new members, who provide an infusion of diverse and multidisciplinary leaders in e-discovery from around the world.'
Holding special advisory positions are George Socha, managing director at BDO, and Tom Gelbmann, consultant, as founder advisors. David Greetham, eDiscovery business unit leader at Ricoh USA, is executive advisor. Craig Ball, president of Craig Ball, P.C., will serve as general counsel. [read more]
Source: News Release