Edward T. Logan

Ed Logan

is a Senior Staff attorney in King & Spalding's Discovery Center. His practice focuses primarily on the defense of product liability, toxic tort, and False Claims Act cases. He has developed particular expertise in managing electronic discovery in large-scale, multi-jurisdiction litigation.

Representative Experience

Managing the discovery process on-site for a Fortune 50 manufacturing company including custodial interviews, drafting of discovery responses, document collection, document production, 30(b)(6) witness preparation, and fact witness preparation involving over 1.5 million documents and electronic data from hundreds of computer systems. Successfully defended client’s document production process in US District Court.

Defending a pharmaceutical manufacturer as part of a King & Spalding team serving as national co-counsel and trial counsel in nationwide litigation. Created and managed document depository consisting of five million pages of company documents and privilege logs in excess of twenty thousand entries. Provided declarations and affidavits successfully defending the document production process.

Managing the collection, review and production of documents from 50 custodians in a Fortune 100 company in response to a government subpoena.

Managing the review of over 1 million electronic and paper documents for an international pharmaceutical client.

Organizing rapid risk analysis of 10,000 federal filings in advance of proposed acquisition by a Fortune 50 company.

Litigation Technology Experience

Mr. Logan has experience creating project plans, selecting vendors and developing review protocols. He has extensive knowledge and experience of document review and litigation support systems including Relativity, iConect, Datacon EED Discovery Partner, Summation iBlaze, Ringtail, Concordance, IPro and Microsoft Access.
Mr. Logan received his J.D. from the University of Georgia in 2002. He graduated from Syracuse University magna cum laude in 1999. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Atlanta Bar Association and the American Bar Association.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Environmental Litigation , 2) Discovery Center , 3) Toxic Tort Litigation , 4) E-Discovery , 5) Product Liability Litigation , 6) Pharma/Biotech/Med Devices and 7) Bankruptcy/Restructuring
Law School J.D., University of Georgia
Education M.S., magna cum laude, Syracuse University
Bar Member / Association State bar of Georgia
Most recent firm King & Spalding LLP
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