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Jeffrey Schilling Resume

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Jeffrey Schilling Resume

  1. 1. 1JEFFREY CRAIG SCHILLING 1914 Tenth Street Apt. A jcschills@gmail.com Berkeley, California 94710 (cell) (510) 542-7102 ADMISSIONS California, Bar No. 251,919 SOFTWARE REVIEW PLATFORMS Viewpoint, Relativity, Case Notebook, Concordance, Concordance FYI, Summation EXPERIENCE EDiscovery Review Attorney February 2015 to October 2016 Latham Watkins, Cooley, Wilson Sonsini, Alston Bird, Mintz Levin, San Francisco Bay Area Sheppard, Mullin • Developed workflows for the analysis of electronic stored information • Identified and culled non-responsive documents through the analysis of metadata resulting in a significant saving of client resources. • Reviewed documents for strategic significance in white collar criminal defense. • Analyzed and redacted documents for privilege in response to Hart-Scott-Rodino second request. • Ensured correct application of review guidelines by analyzing random samples of review team’s work product and applying any necessary corrections. • Performed first and second level review of documents for responsiveness, privilege and redactions. • Redacted personal identifying information from documents for production • Utilized Boolean search logic to conduct quality control. Contract Associate January 2012 to January 2015 Crowell & Moring, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips (Update Legal) San Francisco, CA • Provided frontline management of special projects ensuring timely completion of assignments. • Developed document review protocols and processes in complex healthcare litigation enabling the efficient identification of responsive and non-responsive documents. • Developed processes for the efficient utilization of document management and analysis software to conduct complex e-discovery and document review projects. • Advanced litigation strategy by formulated and tested keywords for meet and confer process. • Leveraged metadata for the identification of patterns within massive document sets. • Abstracted complex healthcare coverage documents and consumer product complaint files regarding medical devices. • Identified documents used in meet and confer correspondence supporting client’s litigation position. • Proposed procedures to reduce costs through the efficient utilization of review team and vendor resources. • Conducted second level review for privilege and significance in relation to litigation narrative. • Reviewed documents for potential use in taking and defending depositions. • Analyzed depositions for testimony demonstrating the relationship of exhibits to trial narrative. • Served as point of contact with litigation software vendors. • Reviewed and subjectively coded documents for responsiveness and privilege in managed healthcare litigation. Page 1 of 2
  2. 2. Contract eDiscovery Attorney March 2011 to January 2012 Weil, Gotshal & Manges (De Novo Legal) Redwood Shores, CA • Reviewed and subjectively coded documents for relevance and privilege in technically complex patent litigation related to consumer electronics. • Adapted random sampling to identify, isolate and correct error patterns in review attorneys’ application of written and oral responsiveness and privilege guidelines. • Answered questions from reviewers regarding review guidelines, case facts, and general information about the industry involved in litigation. • Identified documents for use by expert witness in response to queries by litigators. Temporary Litigation Attorney June 2010 to December 2010 Fenwick & West Mountain View, CA • Reviewed and subjectively coded documents for relevance and privilege in complex patent, trademark, and International Trade Commission litigation. • Developed processes for the efficient utilization of document management and analysis software to conduct complex e-discovery and document review projects. • Answered questions from other reviewers regarding review guidelines, case facts, and general information about the industries involved in litigation. • Conducted second tier privilege review. • Drafted evidence lists. Contract Due Diligence Attorney February 2010 to March 2010 Nimsoft, Inc. Campbell, CA • Analyzed contracts for key customers in mergers and acquisition. • Reviewed and abstracted software licensing, distribution, and service provider agreements. • Communicated project updates, issues and results to Director of Operations. ROBERT HALF LEGAL ASSIGNMENTS Contract Employee May 2007 to May 2008 Morgan, Lewis & Bockius; Jones Day; San Francisco Bay Area • Reviewed documents for privilege and responsiveness in breach of contract litigation. • Created exhibit and witness lists. • Documented decision-making process in management evaluation of employees. • Summarized depositions in a wage and hours class action lawsuit. • Reviewed financial records and related emails to identify possible manipulation of earnings for an internal investigation. EDUCATION THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL, Washington, DC JD, Class of 2006 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, CA BA, 1999 Page 2 of 2
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