The Jackson Lewis E-Discovery Law Today is a place where you can keep up with the latest changes, developments and trends in e-discovery law. Jackson Lewis has a team of over 40 employment lawyers specifically trained in e-discovery law and technology. We have extensive experience in working with in-house attorneys, IT personnel, human resources and senior management on all facets of e-discovery, including e-discovery readiness, litigation preservation, search and review, and production.
Brett M. AndersEmail
Ralph C. Losey is a Principal in the Orlando office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He serves as the firm’s National e-Discovery Counsel, and Chair of the Electronic Discovery Practice Group. He has served for years as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida’s College of Law, teaching e-discovery. He is the co-founder of the IT-Lex foundation and the Electronic Discovery Best Practices group (EDBP.com). Mr. Losey is a frequent speaker at e-discovery conferences and CLEs around the country and a leading contributor in the field of legal search. He has also authored five books and numerous articles on electronic discovery.
Ralph C. LoseyEmail
Ralph C. Losey is a Principal of Jackson Lewis P.C., a law firm specializing in labor and employment law with 55 offices nationwide and over 770 attorneys. Ralph serves as the firm’s National e-Discovery Counsel in charge of all electronic discovery related issues. He is the author of five books on e-discovery law, with his latest an iBook available on iTunes: e-Discovery Stories from the Cutting Edge of Law and Technology (Dec. 2012). His last paper book is Adventures in Electronic Discovery (West 2011). Ralph is also co-founder of the IT-Lex foundation and the Electronic Discovery Best Practices group (EDBP.com), and the developer of an online training course in e-discovery, e-DiscoveryTeamTraining.com. Ralph is widely known as the principal contributor to one of the nation’s leading blogs on e-discovery analysis and commentary, e-DiscoveryTeam.com.
Ralph speaks on e-discovery and legal search issues at CLE events around the country and is an active member of the Sedona Conference. He has been in private practice since 1980 and has limited his legal work to e-discovery since 2006. Ralph has also been an avid computer user and technologist since the late 1970s. As a trial lawyer Ralph has over 75 published opinions to his credit, including recent landmark opinions in the e-discovery field of predictive coding. Ralph has a B.A. from Vanderbilt University in 1973 and J.D. from the University of Florida in 1979.