An attorney consulting in evidence management, in Cleveland, he advises lawyers on issues of technologies and techniques to manage evidence, litigation support staff and vendors. He has served more than 4,000 hours as interim Director of Litigation Support and E-Discovery for the trustee administering bankruptcy proceedings in the largest Ponzi scheme in history, Bernie L. Madoff Investment Securities. He helps develop detailed project plans, marshals staffing and vendor alternatives, and measures and manages burdens for corporate clients. His work is based upon his assessment of evidentiary document sources, content, media, duration and the required best-practice task. Since 1989, he has consulted with in-house counsel and their law firms in various evidence-related roles. He facilitates ESI acquisition, review and production across multiple matters for producing parties and supports outside counsels’ meet-and-confer negotiations as a “whispering” expert.