Kevin M. Clark Named Chair and Jason R. Baron Named Vice-Chair of the E-Discovery Committee of the D.C. Bar Litigation Section

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E-Discovery Committee Continues To Address Needs of D.C. Bar Litigation Section With Thought Leadership

TrustPoint International is pleased to announce that Kevin M Clark, Vice President of the Client Advisory Group, has been named Chair of the E-Discovery Committee of D.C. Bar Litigation Section. Jason R. Baron, Of Counsel at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, has been named Vice-Chair of the Committee.

Kevin Clark, who replaces Ellen Pyle of McDermott Will & Emery, the former Chair of the Committee, steps into the role of Chair for the 2014-2015 year; he is currently the Vice President of the Client Advisory Group at TrustPoint International, where he provides consulting and legal services throughout the litigation lifecycle. He is also the co-head of the EDRM Metrics Group, which is focused on developing standards around the measurement of e-discovery data; Kevin is active in The Sedona Conference®, working on Defensibility of Process with Working Group 1.

Jason R. Baron, who will become Chair in 2015, is Of Counsel in the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP. He is also Co-Chair of the newly formed Information Governance Initiative, a think tank and consortium devoted to advancing information governance. Jason is a past Co-Chair of The Sedona Conference® Working Group 1 steering committee, where he has served as editor-in-chief on three Sedona commentaries. He is on the Adjunct Faculty at the University of Maryland, and also serves on a number of advisory boards, including for the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute.

“I’m honored that I have been named to the position of Chair,” said Kevin Clark. “We have an amazingly talented membership here in DC, and Jason and I are excited to continue the great work of the committee in servicing the D.C. legal community.”

The E-Discovery Committee of the D.C. Bar Litigation Section was founded in 2009 to address the needs of Bar members practicing in one of the most electronic discovery-savvy jurisdictions in the nation. In addition to developing and sponsoring education on important electronic discovery topics, the Committee provides a collegial setting for attorneys from the defense bar, plaintiffs’ bar, federal, state and local governments and the litigation support industry to discuss developments in the law and cutting-edge technology related to the discovery of electronic data. The Committee also provides assistance to the D.C. courts on electronic discovery questions and has consulted with representatives of the various courts on matters regarding discovery mediation and the use of special masters.

The Committee holds monthly meetings discussing relevant topics at various locations around DC. This month’s speakers will be Judge Facciola and Johnathan Redgrave, on September 22, 2014 at McDermott, Will & Emery; the topic will be Privilege Logs. For more information, please contact Kevin M Clark at kclark(at)trustpointintl(dot)com, or Jason R. Baron, at Jason(dot)Baron(at)dbr(dot)com.

About TrustPoint International

TrustPoint International helps clients address business and legal challenges associated with the discovery and review of electronically stored information with legal technologies and services for law firms, corporations and governments. Founded in 2008 and based in Atlanta, GA, TrustPoint International’s end-to-end eDiscovery services include forensic collections, processing, analytics, predictive coding and managed review and are supported from 11 national offices and six national review centers. To learn more about TrustPoint International, visit

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