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With over a decade of eDiscovery project management experience, Chad Jones has overseen and directed hundreds of hardcopy and ESI projects. Working with some of the largest corporations and law firms in the country, he has represented a range of industries, including oil and gas, pharmaceutical, and the bio-medical field.
Early on in his career at D4 Chad took on numerous responsibilities including directing the National Services Group and building D4’s Litigation Support team.
Today, Chad is a consultant with D4’s Professional Services Team. As a consultant, Chad shares his experience in workflow design – focusing on best practices – to provide expert guidance to both internal and external clients.
Before joining D4, Chad worked as a project manager and the single point-of-contact liaison between clients and internal operations staff for Pitney Bowes. Then, as a project manager for D4, Chad coordinated all project-related processing activity, including eDiscovery, imaging, OCR, coding, and web hosting. At the same time, he also reviewed deliverables and managed outcomes to ensure all clients received the proper data in the correct formats, on time and on budget.
Chad is a Relativity Certified Expert, Relativity Analytics Specialist, a Relativity Certified Administrator, a Relativity Review Specialist, an Ipro Eclipse Administrator, and a Concordance Certified Professional. He holds a B.A. from Michigan State University and pursued graduate studies at Utah State University.
Relativity Analytics Specialist
Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA)
Relativity Review Specialist
Ipro Eclipse Administrator
Concordance Certified Software Administrator (CCSA)
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