Gordon collaborates across firm practices to facilitate optimal collection, management, and review of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) so that it can be leveraged to win high-stakes litigation.
Gordon Bergstresser’s passion for ESI flows from his recognition that every case litigated by the firm, from the largest data breach class action to an individual tort victim, is brought because someone was harmed by another’s wrongful conduct. Gordon experience includes in-depth collection and review of ESI in a number of industries, including data privacy, internet tracking, mobile devices, cryptocurrency, securities exchange platforms, automotive, pharmaceutical, security contractors, and food labeling. This wide range of hands-on experience gives him a wealth of knowledge to draw upon when new cases with pressing ESI issues come through the door.
Gordon’s approach builds advantages into the ESI workflow at the outset of a case. When the time comes for the litigation team to marshal the ESI needed to achieve the best outcome for a client, Gordon has already created the infrastructure so that important evidence can be quickly located and presented.
Gordon’s background includes working in review rooms to produce ESI for civil defendants, giving him unique insight in his current work receiving document productions on behalf of plaintiffs. Crafting search terms and leveraging predictive coding is central to Gordon’s strategy for finding the smallest of needles in the largest of haystacks. He has experience in all of the major review platforms, including Relativity and Everlaw, ensuring that every case, whether ESI is managed directly by DiCello Levitt or with partner firms, can be brought to successful resolution for our clients.
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