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"I found it very quick and easy for attorneys to learn Digital WarRoom so that they can quickly begin reviewing documents."
Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center
"You would be hard pressed to find a more economical eDiscovery solution, particularly one with so many available features."
ONLAW Trial Technologies LLC
"With your assistance we have been able to speed up the review by approximately 5 weeks!"
E-Discovery Manager (AmLaw 100 law firm)
Barry Oâ€™Melia â€“ Founding Partner, Operations Officer
Barry Oâ€™Melia leads the Digital WarRoomÂ® operations and enterprise program management efforts. Barry brings over 20 years experience in the fields of software development, technology integration and legal information services. Prior to joining DWR, Barry was program manager for an electronic legal services consulting and software firm. He was responsible for service and product delivery to several Fortune 100 companies in-house and external legal counsel. He has managed operations and wireless technologies for a global ISP. Barry worked on technology design, implementation and project management for a variety of commercial and government agencies including and the US Air Force and Department of Energy. He has been called on by several AM Law 100 law firms and Fortune 100 companies to consult in the areas of electronic document scope negotiation, review efficiency and 30(b)(6) witness support.
Barry holds a B.S. in Engineering Technology from Kansas State University and an MS in engineering from Tufts University. Barry is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states.
Bill GallivanÂ â€“Â Sales Channels and Strategic Relationships
Bill is a founding member and managing executive of Digital WarRoomÂ®Â and focuses on business development and Digital WarRoomÂ®Â growth. Â With that aim Bill focuses on expanding and inspiring a growing networkÂ of Digital WarRoom channel partners.
Prior to establishing the Digital WarRoom line, Bill served as viceÂ president of professional services at Attenex, a litigation support technologyÂ firm formerly owned by Preston Gates and Ellis (now K&L Gates).
Bill has a 20-year track record of innovation in the fields of computerÂ forensics, managed security, system hardening and legal information services. HeÂ acquired a wealth of forensics, Internet and IT systems experience working forÂ AT&T Easylink in Hong Kong, Equant in London, BBN Technologies/GTE in Boston, aÂ specialty ISP in Seattle, and a Security and Forensics consulting firm that wasÂ absorbed into EDS.Â Â Bill holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering fromÂ Northwestern University and an MBA from The Ohio State University.
Megan Miller â€“ VP Marketing & Business Development
Megan Miller leads the marketing efforts for the Digital WarRoom e-discovery platform. In this role she is focused on working with channel partners, industry analysts, clients and e-discovery experts to advance the Digital WarRoomÂ market strategy and product direction. She actively manages the PR, media and communications efforts to establish the Digital WarRoom brand and the mission behind â€˜E-Discovery for Everyoneâ€™.
An advocate of industry education and advancement, Megan has contributed to the EDRM industry organization, and coordinated training efforts with ACEDS, the OLP, and other industry organizations. Miller also led a team in the TREC Legal Track project, under the auspices of NIST, conducting testing on information search and retrieval as it relates to e-discovery document review.
Megan holds a BS in international business from Pomona College, and an Executive Leadership certificate from Stanford University.
Tom Oâ€™ConnorÂ â€“Â Senior Consultant
Tom Oâ€™Connor is an attorney and nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the areas of e-discovery and computerized litigation support systems.
Prior to earning his JD, Tom worked in litigation support on document intensive cases for several years.Â Projects included the Keating case, the San Diego Civic Center construction litigation, national breast implant litigation, tobacco litigation on behalf of the Attorney General of Texas and various phases of the Enron litigation.Â Tom’s involvement with large cases led him to become familiar with many software applications for litigation support and he has both designed databases and trained legal professionals in their use.
Tom joined Digital WarRoom in 2012, and is focused on providing guidance to law firms and corporate clients in the management of e-discovery projects.
Chris Waterman â€“ Director of Development
Chris joined Digital WarRoom as a lead consultant, and in recent years his focus has expanded to include management of the design and development of the Digital WarRoom software platform.Â In addition to leading the design, architecture and implementation of Digital WarRoom, Chris continues to provide internal and external consulting and mentoring in electronic discovery, data management and analytics technologies.
He prides himself on using technology to make clients and consultants more efficient in an effort to bring sanity to an industry that is not always sane.Â Prior to joining Digital WarRoom, Chris worked at Attenex, where he helped pioneer the use of data visualization technology in electronic discovery. Chris holds a BS degree in Computer Science at the University of Washington.
Ben Blain, CEDSÂ â€“Â Software Solution Manager
In his consulting role, Ben manages the Digital WarRoom product training programs for new users, provides best practices guidance and advanced support, and conducts data mining and analysis in situations involving unique or complex e-discovery challenges. Â Ben contributes to electronic discovery industry education efforts through contributions to the ACEDS certification exam preparation guide.
Prior to joining Digital WarRoom, Ben gained extensive experience in commercial and criminal litigation at a variety of law firms, including a federal appellate boutique practice in Pennsylvania and a prominent Seattle litigation firm, where he was responsible for handling electronic discovery and production for Fortune 100 companies.
Benâ€™s experience also includes IT support, network infrastructure, data security, digital forensic examination and recovery, and database management.Â He received a BA in political science from Haverford College.