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Josh Headley brings 10 years of both hands-on technical and consultative experience to his role as Director of Litigation Support Analysts and Application Development. Josh’s range of expertise includes systems analysis, engineering, and eDiscovery consulting.
Coming to D4 from Nixon Peabody LLP– an AMLAW 100 law firm where he spent six years honing his eDiscovery and litigation support consulting skills – Josh is an invaluable resource for managing large-scale collection and review efforts.
Josh has also become an expert in guiding clients through the discovery of ESI through in-depth dialogs with information technology personnel, senior management, legal counsel, and forensic experts. He has conducted numerous custodian interviews, participated in 30(b)(6) depositions of IT personnel, developed data maps of corporate information systems, consulted on large-scale class action law suits, and has performed expert wage data analysis in Federal labor and employment matters.
By keeping his technical skills sharp – with demonstrable expertise in a number of popular eDiscovery applications, including LAW, MS SQL Server, FTK, Relativity, and DT Search – Josh is able to act as a more effective consultant, giving clients all of the information they need to make proactive, informed decisions.
Josh holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Systems with a minor in Finance from SUNY Geneseo, and an MBA in Finance from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Additionally, Josh has achieved PMP certification in project management, CCE certification in computer forensics, and recently completed the RCSP (Relativity Certified Sales Professional) program.
ISFCE® Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)®
Relativity Certified Sales Professional (RCSP)
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Text Messages in eDiscovery: Recovery, Retention, and Preservation
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Applying Keywords Prior to Predictive Coding: A Judgment Call
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When Data Trumps Documents as Evidence