eTERA Consulting Promotes Sam Morgan to Global Managing Consultant, Discovery/EDRM

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Sam Morgan to Oversee Data Management Consulting Engagements with Clients in the U.S. and Abroad

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Since joining eTERA Consulting in 2009, Sam has become a trusted and respected advisor to our clients while helping eTERA become a nationally recognized litigation and eDiscovery consulting company.

eTERA Consulting, nominated by the National Law Journal for two consecutive years as the nation’s top end-to-end eDiscovery provider and litigation consulting firm, today announced that eDiscovery expert Sam Morgan has been promoted to Global Managing Consultant, Discovery/EDRM. In his expanded role, Mr. Morgan will be responsible for advising corporate and law firm clients on managing litigation, investigations and regulatory matters encompassing all aspects of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (“EDRM”) including early information assessment, collections, processing, hosting and production.

“Since joining eTERA Consulting in 2009, Sam has become a trusted and respected advisor to our clients while helping eTERA become a nationally recognized litigation and eDiscovery consulting company,” said company president Scott Holec. “Throughout his 14 year career, Sam has gained an incredible understanding of the litigation process, as well as a high aptitude for identifying and creating best practices that help our corporate and law firm clients achieve cost savings, enhance their decision making abilities through the implementation of data analytics and reporting and improved operational efficiencies.”

“Having worked with Sam on several large scale and complex matters, he has consistently demonstrated his abilities to understand client requirements and recommend the appropriate solutions,” said Mike Garner, eTERA’s Senior Executive Vice President and Principal. “Sam has the ability to utilize the necessary resources and tools in order to help clients achieve their desired business and legal objectives project by project. He also has the unique ability to explain complex eDiscovery issues for clients in a simple but effective way.”

On his promotion, Mr. Morgan stated, “it is an honor to be appointed Global Managing Consultant because it will allow me the opportunity to work on some of the most challenging client data management engagements in the U.S. and abroad.” Mr. Morgan believes that “working on our client's most complex matters is an exciting opportunity and delivering cost effective defensible solutions is what eTERA is about. As a consultant, I am able to draw upon a deep bench of industry subject matter experts and provide clients with the analytical, reporting and technical capabilities required for every engagement.”

About eTERA Consulting

eTERA Consulting is a nationally recognized company providing innovative global solutions to help Fortune 1000 and Am Law 100 clients overcome the costs and budget hardship of managing large volumes of data, electronic discovery, content searching and operational challenges. As a technology independent international consultancy, eTERA offers four key services encompassing Early Information Assessment®, Forens1cs One (sm), Intell1gent One (sm) and Opt1mum One®. These solutions help clients to proactively identify and interpret key data early in the life cycle allowing for significant data reduction, enhanced decision-making abilities, compliance, and lower risk resulting in significant downstream savings on processing and document review costs. eTERA Consulting provides clients with the subject and management expertise, technical roadmap, resources, and data analysis tools needed to defend against litigation, government investigations and regulatory oversight. eTERA’s diverse team of data management, technology and eDiscovery experts have managed the most complex cases of our times for corporations, law firms and government agencies. Headquartered in Washington, DC, eTERA Consulting has served the legal vertical since 2004.

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