Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's E-Discovery Team, which advises clients on potential e-discovery obligations and responds to discovery requests, was profiled in The Legal Intelligencer's ongoing series examining the effects of e-discovery on law.

From The Legal Intelligencer:

    Buchanan Ingersoll's e-discovery team is akin to a task force spread across the firm geographically and throughout its litigation-based practices. Shareholder Donald W. Myers is a member of that 12-person team…

    He said the goal is to get attorneys familiar enough with e-discovery issues so that they know to call a team member when an issue arises. The team has also built a cadre of contacts with outside vendors and experts, he said.

    The other component of the practice is handled through the firm's litigation support team, which handles the technology piece of the e-discovery process.
In addition to chair Jayson R. Wolfgang, Matthew H. MeadeJennifer Olmedo-Rodriguez, Samantha L. Southall, Jaime S. Tuite and Susan A. Yohe compose Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's E-Discovery Team.