Vice President and Managing Director, ChinaView Team
A recognized, award-winning eDiscovery expert with over 20 years of experience in information technology, Tom Groom is an industry veteran and thought leader. In early 2016, Tom moved to Shanghai to establish D4’s China Data Center and Regional Office which is now fully operational supporting multiple customers. Tom and his team support law firms and corporate legal departments as they deal with China’s Cybersecurity Regulations, Regulatory and Internal Investigations, FCPA and Compliance Investigations as well as Cross-Border litigation and trade disputes.
For the past 15 years, Tom has focused specifically on litigation support, document review, and advanced eDiscovery search methodologies including Predictive Analytics. In that time he has presented numerous MCLEs and training seminars on ESI topics, and has received numerous awards for innovation and performance.
Tom has wide-ranging experience supporting cases involving mergers and acquisitions, antitrust, securities, environmental, patent infringement, and product liability. He has also served as a Special Master to support judicial proceedings in predictive coding and eDiscovery protocol disputes.
Tom is also D4’s go-to expert for matters involving complex electronic discovery services, use of predictive analytics, production coordination, high-volume imaging efforts, web-based repositories, and complex coding projects.
Tom holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering with a focus on computer information systems from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas.
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Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA)
Relativity Certified Sales Professional (RCSP)
Equivio Technical STAR
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July 06, 2017
China's Cybersecurity Strategy: 5 Updates You Need to Know
June 15, 2017
Shanghai OSAC Quarterly Meeting
April 27, 2017
China Expands Data Transfer Requirements for its Cybersecurity Law
March 30, 2017
China’s Cybersecurity Law: Objectives, Compliance and Business Recommendations
November 03, 2016
What Predictive Coding Court Rulings Can Teach Us