Tom Gricks Spoke at The 9th Annual Sedona Conference Institute Program on eDiscoveryOn March 19, 2015 by Schnader
Schnader’s Thomas C. Gricks, III, was a panelist at the 9th Annual Sedona Conference Institute Program on eDiscovery. His panel was titled “Technology Assisted Review (TAR) for (Almost) Any Case.”
Mr. Gricks is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Services Department, chair of the e-Discovery Practice Group, and manager of the firm’s Litigation Support Department. As such, he is directly involved in the creation and organization of internal e-Discovery databases. Mr. Gricks also is an approved e-Discovery Special Master for the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, implicating all aspects of e-Discovery, from litigation hold procedures, through collection, processing, culling, review and production. Mr. Gricks has personally used and overseen the application of predictive coding to e-Discovery projects exceeding eight terabytes of data, and he has counseled clients on the selection of e-Discovery vendors for both predictive coding and analytical review.
Mr. Gricks speaks and writes frequently on e Discovery issues and is one of the authors of The Implications of Rule 26(g) on the Use of Technology Assisted Review, which was published in the Federal Courts Law Review in November 2014. He was the lead e-Discovery lawyer responsible for arguing the Global Aerospace case, obtaining the first order in the country authorizing the use of predictive coding over the objection of the opposing party.