Qualified as a lawyer in the UK in 1991, Jonathan has focused on technology, risk and governance matters for more than 20 years. His practice includes advising multinational companies on matters involving risk, compliance and technology across Europe. He has handled legal matters in more than 60 countries involving emerging technology, corporate governance, ethics code implementation, reputation, internal investigations, marketing, branding and global privacy policies. Jonathan is recognized as one of the most influential figures in risk, data security, and compliance in the UK and internationally. For more, visit the Cordery website.
In his role as Vice President of Operations, Richard is responsible for supporting day-to-day operations of core services at CDS. He has been the solution architect behind many complex discovery matters including DOJ second requests and international matters during his tenure at the company.
Regina leads the team in our Washington, DC office, overseeing all the daily operations and eDiscovery processes. Regina has over 35 years of leadership experience in the legal service industry working for service providers, law firms and governmental agencies.
Brad Janssen is CDS’s Director of Professional Services and oversees our Project Management and Advisory Services teams. Brad and the CDS Project Management team take a solutions driven, consultative, and above all, client centric approach in advising law firms, corporations, and government agencies on efficient and defensible eDiscovery strategies. Laser focused on consistent and quality services, Brad oversees both the tactical and strategic application of technology to civil & criminal litigations, regulatory matters, and internal investigations.
A Relativity Certified Administrator who is one of the senior most members of the CDS Project Management staff, Cory is responsible for leading a team of Project Managers, Project Coordinators, and Support staff. He has experience working with many City, State, and Federal agencies and Government entities. Cory also has extensive experience with multi-case data repositories and large-scale matters involving 10-million-plus document universes.
Lindsay Chastain has 11 years of law firm experience as a litigation support professional providing support for various review platforms, such as Concordance, Summation and Relativity, and software applications like iPro, CaseMap, TextMap, OneNote, LAW and e-Scanit. Lindsay holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Sociology from The George Washington University and has a Master of Criminal Justice from Boston University.
Dan is an eDiscovery Data Scientist specializing in Technology Assisted Review and eDiscovery Analytics at CDS. He has over five years of experience focusing on the application of machine learning and predictive coding technology to eDiscovery. He has designed TAR workflows and validation reporting that have been presented to and approved by the DOJ and FTC for HSR Second Requests, as well as in multi-billion dollar civil litigation in federal courts. Dan has managed the Technology Assisted Review process for all of CDS’s large and complex Second Request Reviews during his tenure at CDS. Dan is additionally an attorney admitted to the New York State Bar Association.