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Casey has been working with numerous Fortune 500 companies and AM Law 500 firms since 1999. Casey’s portfolio of companies includes technology, manufacturing, consumer goods, freight and logistics, healthcare, banking, gaming, and retail companies. The cumulative experience from these various industries provides him with the ability to develop out-of-the-box solutions to fit his client’s complex needs. His primary role is to advise corporations and law firms about the best practices to reduce risk and costs as well as develop strong ediscovery processes. HSR Second Requests, OIG investigations, complex litigation, patent, ITC, theft of trade secret, and labor and employment matters are all subjects he is well versed in. Casey has been a certified RCSP with kCura/Relativity since 2012. He holds a B.S. from the University of Arizona in Business with an emphasis in Marketing.

Staying on Pointe: Key Lessons eDiscovery Professionals can Learn from Ballet

Published Thu, January 09, 2020 by Casey Van Veen

Co-authored by Casey Van Veen and Renée Quezada

The GDPR Checklist

Published Mon, February 05, 2018 by Casey Van Veen

Last week, I attended a Lighthouse panel entitled Positioning Yourself as a Trusted Advisor around GDPR at the London NYC hotel during Legaltech NY 2018. This session had, in my opinion, the most relevant and practical information for corporations, law firms, and legal practitioners. The three panelists (Andrew Haslam of Squire Patton Boggs, Robert Owens of Eversheds Sutherland, and Wayne Matus of UBS AG) provided detailed information around the GDPR and presented a checklist for anyone dealing with foreign data. I have done my best to...

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