Indiana University Maurer School of Law,
Saint Louis University,
Thompson Coburn LLP
Litigation Support Director, 2017-Present
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Senior Project Manager and eDiscovery Consultant, 2012-2017
Black Letter Discovery, Update Legal
eDiscovery Review Attorney, 2011-2012
Bollinger, Ruberry & Garvey
At the intersection of information governance and compliance is where Matt Wessel has spent his career as an e-Discovery attorney and solutions provider.
As a lawyer in private practice, he gained experience managing complex litigation including fact discovery, document review, expert discovery, depositions and settlement. Using that knowledge and skillset, Matt served as a Senior Project Manager and e-Discovery Consultant for Hewlett Packard Enterprise where he designed technical solutions and deployment strategies for legal services.
At Thompson Coburn, Matt oversees all services related to client technology and e-Discovery. He develops and manages firm processes related to document collection, review, and production as well as trial support. Most importantly, he ensures that the firm provides clients with effective and efficient solutions to meet their needs and requirements.
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