Brad Koehler

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Bradley Koehler is a Senior Director in the Forensic Technology Services group within Alvarez & Marsal's Disputes and Investigations practice in New York. He brings more than 12 years of experience in electronic discovery management, applied data analytics and development of solutions to information technology issues that arise from complex litigation, bankruptcy, investigations and other types of disputes.

Mr. Koehler specializes in advising and delivering services across the full spectrum of the electronic discovery process from information governance, preservation and identification to collection and processing through review and production. He has significant experience managing large document reviews, which have involved technology assisted review, advanced analytics and the use of third party data mining and investigation tools.

He has worked with clients in a variety of industries, including banking, financial services, pharmaceuticals, health care, industrials and manufacturing, technology and telecommunications, oil and gas, government agencies and Am Law 100 / 250 law firms.

Currently, Mr. Koehler leads the electronic discovery team for the Lehman Brothers Holdings bankruptcy. Over the course of more than seven years, he has supported more than 400 matters and the collection and processing of more than 750 million documents, which required the design and implementation of a proprietary system to facilitate searching and tracking. He has had oversight of hundreds of document reviews involving more than 30 million documents on multiple review platforms.

Mr. Koehler has significant experience supporting, migrating and validating enterprise information archiving tools, including Iron Mountain Digital Archive, Microsoft Online, Microsoft Office 365, Mimecast, Google Postini, Global Relay, Smarsh, Bloomberg Vault and Autonomy. He led the team that designed and implemented a proprietary in-house information archive for the Lehman Brothers Holdings estate which houses more than three billion messages.

Before joining A&M, Mr. Koehler spent three years with Huron Consulting Group's Legal Consulting practice in New York. While there, he worked on a number of projects involving electronic discovery, applied data analytics and enterprise information technology applications for client engagements in New York, Chicago, Scottsdale and Dallas.

Mr. Koehler earned a bachelor's degree, with honors, in industrial and systems engineering from Lehigh University.