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Alex Panos is an attorney in King & Spalding’s E-Discovery practice. He has more than 10 years’ experience in pre-trial discovery and document-intensive matters, including product liability, toxic tort, and business litigation, as well as government investigations. Alex has extensive electronic discovery project management experience in both individual cases and class actions pending in state and federal courts around the country. He has developed particular expertise in managing e-discovery projects in large-scale, multi-jurisdictional litigation.

Alex has been admitted to both the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of the state of Georgia, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

 

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Credentials

J.D., University of Georgia, cum laude

B.B.A., University of Georgia

Court of Appeals of Georgia

Georgia

Supreme Court of Georgia

U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

American Bar Association

Atlanta Bar Association

Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM)

Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E)

International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

State Bar of Georgia

Matters

Coordinating all aspects of discovery in defense of manufacturers in product liability and toxic tort litigation, including assisting clients with document collection efforts and selection of e-discovery platforms, managing large-scale document review, production, and privilege log projects, and working closely with IT and litigation technology support personnel, as well as vendors, to achieve cost-effective results for clients

Acting as pre-trial discovery liaison with national co-counsel firms, including coordination of document review and production efforts pursuant to multi-district pharmaceutical litigation and related government investigation, resulting in review of 325,000 documents totaling nearly 9.6 million pages, as well as service of nearly 4,000 document privilege log.

Preparing budgets, project proposals, defensible review protocols, and status reports for case counsel regarding document collection, review, production, and privilege log projects under his management.

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Coordinating all aspects of discovery in defense of manufacturers in product liability and toxic tort litigation, including assisting clients with document collection efforts and selection of e-discovery platforms, managing large-scale document review, production, and privilege log projects, and working closely with IT and litigation technology support personnel, as well as vendors, to achieve cost-effective results for clients

Acting as pre-trial discovery liaison with national co-counsel firms, including coordination of document review and production efforts pursuant to multi-district pharmaceutical litigation and related government investigation, resulting in review of 325,000 documents totaling nearly 9.6 million pages, as well as service of nearly 4,000 document privilege log.

Preparing budgets, project proposals, defensible review protocols, and status reports for case counsel regarding document collection, review, production, and privilege log projects under his management.

Conducting training and mentoring of attorneys in multiple matters involving pharmaceuticals, tobacco precuts, petrochemicals, and other manufacturing companies, including instruction on case background, client industry-specific issues, and utilization of electronic review databases.

Managing and coordinating all facets of pre-trial discovery in commercial litigation, including cases involving issues relating to indemnification, construction litigation, oil & gas royalties, and post-bankruptcy disputes. 

Coordinating pre-trial discovery efforts in construction litigation involving review of nearly 380,000 documents and resulting in production of nearly 150,000 documents totaling more than one million pages.

Managing and coordinating personnel in toxic tort matter involving review of more than 200,000 documents representing nearly 3 million pages.

Managing privilege log team drafting approximately 10,000 separate entries for oil & gas client privilege logs in multiple litigation matters.

Coordinating with IT and litigation technology support personnel to develop review, production, and privilege log protocols and database search criteria for large-scale electronic discovery projects.

Drafting responses and objections to plaintiffs’ discovery and subpoena requests in toxic tort litigation.

Litigation Technology Experience

Due to Mr. Panos’ extensive knowledge and experience supervising and training attorney review and privilege log teams and collecting, reviewing, producing, and privilege logging documents, he has become familiar with many litigation support systems such as TCDI’s ClarVergence, FTI’s Ringtail, Relativity, Concordance, iPro, Introspect, Case Central, Microsoft Access, and iConnect’s Xera.

Matters

Coordinating all aspects of discovery in defense of manufacturers in product liability and toxic tort litigation, including assisting clients with document collection efforts and selection of e-discovery platforms, managing large-scale document review, production, and privilege log projects, and working closely with IT and litigation technology support personnel, as well as vendors, to achieve cost-effective results for clients

Acting as pre-trial discovery liaison with national co-counsel firms, including coordination of document review and production efforts pursuant to multi-district pharmaceutical litigation and related government investigation, resulting in review of 325,000 documents totaling nearly 9.6 million pages, as well as service of nearly 4,000 document privilege log.

Preparing budgets, project proposals, defensible review protocols, and status reports for case counsel regarding document collection, review, production, and privilege log projects under his management.

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Matters

Coordinating all aspects of discovery in defense of manufacturers in product liability and toxic tort litigation, including assisting clients with document collection efforts and selection of e-discovery platforms, managing large-scale document review, production, and privilege log projects, and working closely with IT and litigation technology support personnel, as well as vendors, to achieve cost-effective results for clients

Acting as pre-trial discovery liaison with national co-counsel firms, including coordination of document review and production efforts pursuant to multi-district pharmaceutical litigation and related government investigation, resulting in review of 325,000 documents totaling nearly 9.6 million pages, as well as service of nearly 4,000 document privilege log.

Preparing budgets, project proposals, defensible review protocols, and status reports for case counsel regarding document collection, review, production, and privilege log projects under his management.

Conducting training and mentoring of attorneys in multiple matters involving pharmaceuticals, tobacco precuts, petrochemicals, and other manufacturing companies, including instruction on case background, client industry-specific issues, and utilization of electronic review databases.

Managing and coordinating all facets of pre-trial discovery in commercial litigation, including cases involving issues relating to indemnification, construction litigation, oil & gas royalties, and post-bankruptcy disputes. 

Coordinating pre-trial discovery efforts in construction litigation involving review of nearly 380,000 documents and resulting in production of nearly 150,000 documents totaling more than one million pages.

Managing and coordinating personnel in toxic tort matter involving review of more than 200,000 documents representing nearly 3 million pages.

Managing privilege log team drafting approximately 10,000 separate entries for oil & gas client privilege logs in multiple litigation matters.

Coordinating with IT and litigation technology support personnel to develop review, production, and privilege log protocols and database search criteria for large-scale electronic discovery projects.

Drafting responses and objections to plaintiffs’ discovery and subpoena requests in toxic tort litigation.

Litigation Technology Experience

Due to Mr. Panos’ extensive knowledge and experience supervising and training attorney review and privilege log teams and collecting, reviewing, producing, and privilege logging documents, he has become familiar with many litigation support systems such as TCDI’s ClarVergence, FTI’s Ringtail, Relativity, Concordance, iPro, Introspect, Case Central, Microsoft Access, and iConnect’s Xera.

Credentials

J.D., University of Georgia, cum laude

B.B.A., University of Georgia

Court of Appeals of Georgia

Georgia

Supreme Court of Georgia

U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

American Bar Association

Atlanta Bar Association

Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM)

Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E)

International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

State Bar of Georgia