At eTERA, he regularly consults clients on how to plan a defensible electronic discovery and data retention strategies. Mr. Haley has over 16 years of information technology and litigation support experience. He brings a different perspective to the litigation support arena, applying the managed services, information governance and workflow protocols of the information technology arena to litigation support. He specializes in complex electronic discovery, information governance and data technology, including matters throughout the EDRM model. He is an Adjunct Professor on legal technology at Georgetown University and a frequent author and speaker on electronic discovery, litigation support and information technology. He was recently recognized by SmartCEO as a top CIO/CTO in the greater Washington area. As a 2013 SmartCEO Executive Management Award winner, Mr. Haley was recognized for his creative management vision, leadership philosophy, innovative strategy and undeniable work ethic.
Previously, Todd was the Chief Technology Officer at a national litigation law firm specializing in products liability, toxic tort and insurance litigation. He was the primary architect in the development of their information technology and litigation support strategies and departments. As Chief Technology Officer, he consulted with clients and co-counsel on litigation hold strategies, record retention and regulatory technology issues, workflow process, employee compliance, document designation best practices and defensible approaches to overall litigation matters. He managed large document discovery projects, which included 70+ contract attorney teams plus multiple web-based document review systems, including Introspect, iConect, Cataphora, Catalyst and Ringtail, for large document discovery projects, including joint defense litigation, while providing tight integration with internal systems. Todd also designed, developed and implemented one of the first-ever, in-house, web-based document review system using a proprietary integrated system of Interwoven, Concordance, IPRO, LiveNote, iConect and other litigation support web-based tools.
A frequent author and speaker on e-discovery, litigation support and information technology, Todd has written on diverse topics, such as the implementation of enterprise-class case management systems and the proper processes and protocols necessary to implement successful electronic discovery strategies. He has delivered speeches on electronic discovery and information technology at the DC Bar Association, the International Legal Technology Association, Estrin LegalED Seminars, Glasser LegalWorks conferences, various litigation support group forums and private conferences to lawyers and legal staff. Todd has also educated lawyers and litigation support personnel in complex case management and litigation process management.