Jeffrey D. Kinsinger

Jeffrey Kinsinger

is King & Spalding’s Associate Director of e-Discovery Operations. His ten-year practice at the firm has focused exclusively on electronic discovery issues across a wide array of practice areas and cases. Mr. Kinsinger is a senior member and leader of the firm’s Practice Services Department, responsible for managing the workflow and day-to-day activities of the department. He has vast experience preparing cost-effective discovery budget and staffing plans, including alternative fee arrangements. Mr. Kinsinger has handled all phases of e-Discovery.

Mr. Kinsinger has served as lead discovery counsel for a variety of matters, including intellectual property, product liability, employment, contract disputes and governmental investigations. He has designed and implemented document collection plans, including conducting interviews of potential document custodians. Mr. Kinsinger has extensive early case assessment experience using tools such as Clearwell. His experience in early case assessment, including the development and revision of key terms, has resulted in the reduction of broad document collections to appropriate and proportionate document review sets.

He has significant experience on a variety of document review platforms, including Relativity, Kroll’s Ontrack Inview, Relativity, Stratify Legal Discovery, Applied Discovery’s Online Review Application (ORA), FTI’s Ringtail, TCDI’s Clarvergence, Discovery Radar and Concordance. On those review tools, he has designed defensible work flows to ensure high quality, cost-efficient document reviews. He has also lead the preparation and defense of privilege logs.

Mr. Kinsinger received his J.D. from Wake Forest University in 1999. He was a member of Law Review. He graduated from Vanderbilt with a B.A. in Political Science in 1996. He is admitted to practice in the State Court of Georgia as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Atlanta Bar Association.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) E-Discovery , 2) Environmental Litigation , 3) Practice Services , 4) Product Liability Litigation , 5) Mass Tort , 6) Pharma Products Liability , 7) Government Investigations and 8) Toxic Tort Litigation
Law School J.D., Wake Forest University
Education B.A., Vanderbilt University
Bar Member / Association Georgia Bar Association ,Atlanta Bar Association
Most recent firm King & Spalding LLP
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