Stuart B. Claire is the director of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Practice Technology Services, administrator of the E-Discovery Team and a licensed attorney. Stuart focuses on developing tailored electronic discovery strategies and management plans to ensure that the firm’s clients receive the highest quality discovery and litigation support services in a cost-effective and defensible manner. Stuart helps clients meet increasingly demanding regulatory and legal requirements with cost-effective eDiscovery consulting and document review.
Stuart is a proficient and proactive leader who often consults with clients. Stuart relies on his experience as an attorney to leverage technology to a clients’ best advantage in both litigations and investigations.
Stuart previously served as the litigation technology support manager for the Department of Justice, United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. There, he was a member of the Executive Office of the United States Attorneys' E-Discovery Working Group and chair of the Litigation Technology sub-group. This group was charged with developing the eDiscovery recommendations and guidelines for all of the nation’s ninety-four United States Attorney judicial districts.
After graduating from law school, Stuart was an associate at a large Philadelphia-based, multinational law firm, where he practiced environmental law and managed the discovery in support of a multibillion-dollar subrogation recovery lawsuit against the individuals, entities and nations involved in financing Al-Qaeda, seeking to hold them accountable for the September 11th terrorist attacks.