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Ronni Solomon specializes in the management of major discovery matters. As head of our E-Discovery practice, Ronni guides clients in a variety of e-discovery issues and strategies.

Ronni serves as National E-Discovery Counsel for large corporations, providing guidance on e-discovery issues including litigation preparedness and discovery strategy in active litigation. She also works with clients to develop records management policies, records retention schedules and related practices.

Ronni is actively engaged in e-discovery thought leadership. She is a member of the Steering Committee of The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 on Best Practices for Electronic Document Retention and Production, Co-Senior Editor of The Sedona Conference’s Social Media Primer, the Steering Committee Liaison for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) paper, and a member of Working Group 6 on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery, and Disclosure.

In addition, Ronni co-chaired the Electronic Discovery Subcommittee of the Pretrial Practice and Discovery Committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association. U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Batten appointed her to a committee charged with providing recommendations to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on amending its local rules to address e-discovery issues.

Previously, Ronni was a corporate discovery specialist for one of the largest e-discovery companies in the industry. In that role, she advised in-house counsel of large corporations on electronic discovery strategies. She applies the knowledge she gained on the vendor side to help clients select the most efficient e-discovery tools and strategies, significantly reducing their total vendor and review costs.

Ronni is a frequent author and speaker on e-discovery and technology topics. She has been ranked by Chambers USA and Chambers Global for e-discovery.

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Credentials

B.A., SUNY at Binghamton

J.D., Yeshiva University

Florida

Georgia

"She is a really good problem solver and does an excellent job at risk analysis"


Chambers Global

"She really understands review and the client's problems"


Chambers Global

Matters

Has served as National E-Discovery Counsel to UPS since April 2009. We have saved UPS over 50% on its document review fees and over $750,000 by negotiating e discovery vendor contracts and reviewing vendor invoices. The cost-savings UPS achieved as a result of its partnership with King & Spalding was featured in Corporate Counsel magazine

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a large international manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal governmental investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included participating in Rule 26(f) conferences and other meet and confers; negotiating ESI protocols; establishing satellite document collection, review and production centers in Europe at the client’s headquarters; and coordinating the review of approximately 2 million documents, including 1.8 million foreign-language documents.

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a Fortune 100 manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal government investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included providing e-discovery advice on all aspects of the case, managing a team of over 340 timekeepers, and supervising the review of over 8 million documents and the creation of over 40,000 privilege log entries.

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Has served as National E-Discovery Counsel to UPS since April 2009. We have saved UPS over 50% on its document review fees and over $750,000 by negotiating e discovery vendor contracts and reviewing vendor invoices. The cost-savings UPS achieved as a result of its partnership with King & Spalding was featured in Corporate Counsel magazine

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a large international manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal governmental investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included participating in Rule 26(f) conferences and other meet and confers; negotiating ESI protocols; establishing satellite document collection, review and production centers in Europe at the client’s headquarters; and coordinating the review of approximately 2 million documents, including 1.8 million foreign-language documents.

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a Fortune 100 manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal government investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included providing e-discovery advice on all aspects of the case, managing a team of over 340 timekeepers, and supervising the review of over 8 million documents and the creation of over 40,000 privilege log entries.

Matters

Has served as National E-Discovery Counsel to UPS since April 2009. We have saved UPS over 50% on its document review fees and over $750,000 by negotiating e discovery vendor contracts and reviewing vendor invoices. The cost-savings UPS achieved as a result of its partnership with King & Spalding was featured in Corporate Counsel magazine

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a large international manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal governmental investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included participating in Rule 26(f) conferences and other meet and confers; negotiating ESI protocols; establishing satellite document collection, review and production centers in Europe at the client’s headquarters; and coordinating the review of approximately 2 million documents, including 1.8 million foreign-language documents.

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a Fortune 100 manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal government investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included providing e-discovery advice on all aspects of the case, managing a team of over 340 timekeepers, and supervising the review of over 8 million documents and the creation of over 40,000 privilege log entries.

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Matters

Has served as National E-Discovery Counsel to UPS since April 2009. We have saved UPS over 50% on its document review fees and over $750,000 by negotiating e discovery vendor contracts and reviewing vendor invoices. The cost-savings UPS achieved as a result of its partnership with King & Spalding was featured in Corporate Counsel magazine

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a large international manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal governmental investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included participating in Rule 26(f) conferences and other meet and confers; negotiating ESI protocols; establishing satellite document collection, review and production centers in Europe at the client’s headquarters; and coordinating the review of approximately 2 million documents, including 1.8 million foreign-language documents.

Served as lead e-discovery counsel for a Fortune 100 manufacturer in connection with multiple state and federal government investigations and multidistrict litigation proceedings. Representation included providing e-discovery advice on all aspects of the case, managing a team of over 340 timekeepers, and supervising the review of over 8 million documents and the creation of over 40,000 privilege log entries.

Credentials

B.A., SUNY at Binghamton

J.D., Yeshiva University

Florida

Georgia

"She is a really good problem solver and does an excellent job at risk analysis"


Chambers Global

"She really understands review and the client's problems"


Chambers Global