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September 2020

New York Partner Brian Middlebrook to Serve as Panelist at eDiscovery and Insurance Webinar

Brian Middlebrook, Partner in Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani's New York office, will serve as a panelist for “The Intersection of eDiscovery and Insurance Claims,” sponsored by Epiq on September 30, 2020.

The panel will discuss challenges and remedies related to today’s insurance litigation and claims investigation processes. The panel will share an understanding of new and exploding data sources related to eDiscovery, a look at new technologies that aid in creating a realistic view of each matter, and examine strategies for how to approach end-to-end eDiscovery processes to gain the best results.

Along with Middlebrook, the panel will include Brian Weiss Head of the Financial & Executive Claims & Legal Group for North America of Willis Towers Watson, Jonathan S. Weber Vice President, Claims Optimization of Chubb, and Emily Small Senior Consultant, Analytics & Advanced Technologies of Epiq. The webinar will be moderated by Scott Hipsman, Director, Solution Architects of Epiq with introductory comments by Larry Brown, Managing Director, Insurance Practice Lead of Epiq.

Middlebrook is co-chair of the firm’s Privacy, Data & Cybersecurity group. His practice focuses on cybersecurity, technology and media litigation, as well as professional liability and complex commercial litigation. He also regularly advises clients on data privacy and cybersecurity incident response. He represents a broad range of clients, including individuals, insurance agents and brokers, attorneys, accountants, corporations, directors and officers, health care facilities, manufacturers, retailers, insurance carriers, and municipalities against claims of civil liability in state and federal courts in New York and throughout the United States.

To view and register, please click here.

Brian E. Middlebrook