Jennifer Barron Bortmes is an e-DAT V lawyer in the e-discovery analysis and technology (e-DAT) group. Jennifer regularly assists clients with document collections (both electronic and hard copy) and manages the processing, review and production of data in response to discovery requests. She has extensive experience with conducting and managing privilege review of sensitive client files, as well as with creating and managing detailed privilege logs for large litigation matters. In addition, Jennifer regularly assists trial counsel with deposition and expert witness preparation issues, supervises review attorney teams for specialized document review tasks and provides support in responding to privilege log challenges.
Jennifer also drafts detailed record retention schedules for a clients across a variety of industries and advises them on litigation readiness, litigation holds, records management ‘best practices’ and other information governance issues.
Prior to joining the firm in 2011, Jennifer worked for several Pittsburgh law firms focusing on privilege review and privilege log preparation in products liability and intellectual property cases.