Senior Consultant

Alex has several years of ediscovery experience specializing in program maturation, with detailed specialties in data collection, legacy data archive remediation and migration, and ediscovery processing technology implementation and workflow development. He has experience scoping and driving the implementation of custom ediscovery workflows for some of Lighthouse's most sophisticated Fortune 100 clients. In addition, Alex has his B.S. form the University of Pittsburgh, his J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law, and he is a licensed Pennsylvania attorney.

Test Drives are Necessary, Whether You're Purchasing a Car or eDiscovery

Published Wed, February 22, 2017 by Alex Shusterman

Think about your most recent car buying experience. How much time behind the wheel did you take before making the decision to buy the specific model you were interested in? Was it a quick dealer prescribed route or did you take it home for a couple of hours and really put it through its paces? The answer for most people these days is the latter – as an avid car enthusiast and shopper, my experience in recent years has been that buyers want to experience a prospective vehicle in their driving conditions before making a final decision. My...

Webinar Recording: Your IT Department Purchased Office 365 - How Do You Transfer Data?

Published Thu, November 03, 2016 by Alex Shusterman

In this webinar recording, Alex Shusterman, consultant at Lighthouse, Alex Chatzistamatis, solutions engineer at Nuix, and Michael Lappin, director of Technology and Sales Engineering at Nuix covered diverse ways to move your data and remediate risk. They also discussed how the Nuix Engine can be used during this cumbersome process, its many capabilities, and key benefits.

Microsoft Ignite Recap: Simplifying eDiscovery with Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery

Published Fri, October 14, 2016 by Alex Shusterman

Last week, I found myself jetting across the country to Atlanta to join thousands of other technology professionals for Microsoft's largest event of the year, Microsoft Ignite. If you have never been to Ignite, it can be truly overwhelming. In terms of its size and the breadth of topics, it makes Legaltech and ILTA look like a small gathering of friends.

Nuix User Exchange Recap: Executing Intelligent Migrations…Intelligently

Published Thu, October 13, 2016 by Alex Shusterman

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at the 2016 Nuix User Exchange in Huntington Beach, California. I always love the User Exchange because, unlike some other conferences in our industry that are incredibly high-level or more focused on sales and marketing for vendors, Nuix has done an excellent job of making this a tactical conference – one where attendees and presenters alike come forward to share knowledge and teach one another how best to use Nuix technology. Every year I come away with some newfound knowledge...

eDiscovery Staff Augmentation: Contractors vs. Consultants

Published Fri, May 27, 2016 by Alex Shusterman

When thinking about non-FTE staff in the ediscovery space, more often than not our minds immediately turn to contract attorneys and support staff focused on document review. The reality is that there is an increasing need within corporations to bring in contract-based staff with an ediscovery focus, from technical analysts to interim ediscovery managers. There are a myriad of reasons why you might need to bring someone in, but some of the most common are:

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