NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jul 10, 2013) - TechLaw Solutions proudly announces litigation support expert Tom Biegacki has joined the company as Northeast Regional Director, to consult with clients on Managed Review and e-Discovery services.
"The direct experience Tom has gained managing e-Discovery projects for and inside corporations and law firms will help guide clients with best practices, and maximize cost efficiencies, ultimately helping lead to project success," noted Pete Smith, Vice President of Sales at TechLaw Solutions.
Tom's experience in electronic discovery includes having successfully performed as a New York corporate & law firm litigation support technology director. He also supported organizations as a senior client services and business development executive at top ESI/litigation support services providers. With over twenty-five years of entrepreneurial, operations, and business development experience in law firm technology, litigation support, and discovery management services, Tom's expertise will provide superior value to TechLaw Solutions' clients.
In this role at TechLaw Solutions, Tom will assist clients with litigation readiness, automated litigation support practices, managed review projects and procedures, convergence of records management and discovery, optimizing workflow, and other defensible e-Discovery solutions. Tom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (347) 563-1458.
About TechLaw Solutions
TechLaw Solutions helps corporations and law firms develop and implement strategies to effectively address litigation preparedness, manage costs, mitigate client risk and provide a competitive advantage in the e-Discovery process. TechLaw Solutions has one of the longest track records in litigation support, working on complex and critical matters since 1983. Service offerings include forensic data collection, advanced electronic document processing, early case assessment, online hosting, and managed review. Visit www.techlawsolutions.com, email email@example.com or call 800-TechLaw.