Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
Ed Hickey is the Director of the Firm’s Legal Service Centers and a member of the Litigation Department. Ed leads all staff attorney operations Firmwide.
Ed assists and advises attorneys regarding various e-discovery protocols, tools, and evidence analysis techniques. He is deeply involved in discussions related to privilege issues and prospective production issues. Ed works closely with the staffing agencies to ensure that we get the most qualified candidates. He also coordinates project teams involving partners, associates, staff attorneys, and contract attorneys to determine the best approach.
Ed served in the US Marine Corps from 1983 to 1986.
|Areas of Practice||1) Electronic Discovery and Document Retention|
|Law School||University of San Diego, School of Law, J.D., 1992|
|Education||Georgetown University, B.A., 1983|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||O Melveny & Myers LLP|
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