Chris Weiler

Mr. Weiler co-founded KLDiscovery in 2005. Since its inception, KLDiscovery has emerged as one of the top eDiscovery vendors in the United States. KLDiscovery has been recognized by Socha-Gelbman, INC 5000, Deloitte 500, and has repeatedly earned kCura’s Orange-level Relativity Best in Service designation. Mr. Weiler also received Ernst & Young’s Washington, DC entrepreneur of the year award in 2014.

Prior to co-founding KLDiscovery, Mr. Weiler co-founded and built On-Site Sourcing into a $40 million litigation support and electronic discovery services company, named in a survey of the American Lawyer top 100 law firms as one of the top five imaging and coding services companies and one of the ten best electronic discovery firms in the United States.

Mr. Weiler graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1985 and served in the United States Navy as a surface warfare officer and as a Navy Senate Liaison Officer in Washington, D.C. from 1985 until September 1991. He also worked for Pitney Bowes Management Services as a manager from September 1991 through December 1992.

As a former 1st team Washington Post All Met Receiver, MVP of Navy’s 1984 football team, and the father to three college athletes, Mr. Weiler has devoted the majority of his free time over the past fifteen years to coaching young men in youth basketball and high school football. Since 1997, Mr. Weiler has been the head or assistant coach to AAU, county and CYO basketball teams, and two high school football teams in Northern Virginia.

Joining the Lake Braddock Secondary School Staff in 2004 as the offensive coordinator, Mr. Weiler helped engineer the greatest turnaround in Virginia, Maryland and DC history from 2004 to 2005, win five district championships, two straight Northern Region titles, and a trip to the Virginia state final in 2009. Mr. Weiler also personally donated $200k for the building of two field turf fields at the school.

Dawn M. Wilson

Ms. Wilson joined KLDiscovery as Chief Financial Officer in September 2017. As CFO she provides global leadership and oversight of all financial activities including executing a strategy of growth and profitability while building out a best-in-class, scalable finance function.

Ms. Wilson has over 20 years experience in finance and accounting primarily with public companies in the technology and services industry. Areas of expertise include mergers & acquisitions, leadership and talent development, information systems, financial planning, process re-engineering and cash management. Prior to KLDiscovery, she was with CoStar Group ("CSGP"), the leading provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces. During her tenure, the Company grew from $100 million to over $800 million in revenues and from a loss to EBITDA of over $200 million. Growth included significant core growth as well as growth from acquisition, where Ms. Wilson was responsible for the integration of over 20 acquisitions. Prior to CoStar, Ms. Wilson was VP of Finance at Interstate Hotels and Resorts (“IHR”), CFO of Ciraden and a Manager with Arthur Andersen. She holds a Masters in Accounting from Virginia Tech.

Danny Zambito

Mr. Zambito joined KLDiscovery in August of 2008 as Director of Project Management. In that role, Mr. Zambito was tasked with the growth and development of the project management group and providing consultative support to a variety of corporate and legal customers. Today, Mr. Zambito is Executive Vice President for KLDiscovery’s Legal Technology Operations and Client Services. In this role, he continues to provide consultative support to clients and is responsible for global operations across the Legal Technologies business line.

Prior to joining KLDiscovery, Mr. Zambito was with ONSITE3 from 2002 – 2008 where he filled several roles, most recently as the Director of Client Services. As Director of Client Services, he assumed overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the project management group. Mr. Zambito also provided horizontal support to project managers/production staff in addition to vertical support on several key engagements; including a national program for a federal law enforcement agency.

Over the past decade, Mr. Zambito has supported a broad variety of matters, including DOJ second requests, anti-trust, criminal, SEC, FTC, and private matters.

Robert Hunter

Mr. Hunter joined KLDiscovery in 2008 as a forensic analyst. He was quickly promoted to Manager and in 2011 became the company’s first Director of Operations & Forensics. He has been overseeing the day-to-day operations ever since and continues to expand his responsibilities as the company has grown globally.

As one of the early employees of KLDiscovery, Mr. Hunter has had the luxury of being a part of nearly every team in the company, experience that is invaluable as he leads the global operations team today. He has performed countless forensic collections and has had hands-on experience conducting data analysis using a breadth of ediscovery tools. Mr. Hunter has also played a vital role in the research, planning, testing, verification and maintenance of in-house developed software for the acquisition, culling, processing and reporting of various types of data.

A 2006 graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Mr. Hunter earned a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management. He has also attained a certificate in Information Assurance (CTIA) and an advanced certificate in Computer Forensics (CVCFC) through Washtenaw County Community College. He is a member of the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners (ISFCE) and has obtained an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) certification.

Krystina Jones

Ms. Jones joined KLDiscovery in 2006 as a Senior Account Executive where she was responsible for generating new business from Am Law 100 law firms and Fortune 500 corporations. During her tenure with KLDiscovery, Ms. Jones has consistently created opportunities, developed new clients and increased the company’s client base by delivering tailored solutions and service excellence. She is a top producing sales representative in the organization, focused on corporate accounts.

In 2014, she was promoted to Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Sales. In this expanded role, she continued to develop new and existing accounts while also being responsible for all marketing, advertising and branding activities related to KLDiscovery and its sister companies.

In 2017, Ms. Jones assumed the role of Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Account Sales & LT Marketing. In this role, she focused on expanding client relationships and sales worldwide, as well as overseeing global marketing for the Legal Technologies business.

In 2018, Ms. Jones was promoted to the role of Senior Vice President, US LT Sales & Global LT Marketing. She is currently responsible for KLDiscovery's domestic sales organization and all global marketing activities for the Legal Technologies business. Additionally, she chairs the KLDiscovery Sales Advisory Board, a thought leadership group on sales strategy for the organization.

Ms. Jones holds a Marketing Management degree from the Pamplin School of Business at Virginia Tech. She is also a Relativity Certified Sales Professional.

Daniel Balthaser

Mr. Balthaser joined KLDiscovery in May of 2011 as a Software Developer. In that role, he was responsible for optimizing and maintaining all the existing company software focused around processing, review and custom client demands as well as developing innovative solutions using advanced technologies. While working as a Team Lead, Manager, and then Director at KLDiscovery, he was tasked with the growth and development of the Engineering department. In 2016, Mr. Balthaser was promoted to Vice President of Engineering. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing all software development and software quality assurance for all applications produced by KLDiscovery. Mr. Balthaser holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Computer Forensics and received his Certified Ethical Hacker (“CEH”) certification in 2014.

Phil Bridge

As President, Data & Storage Technologies, Mr. Bridge leads the Data & Storage Technologies (DST) organization globally with offices and laboratories in 28 locations. He has been with Kroll Ontrack for over twenty years, moving from sales to global channel manager to business development manager to managing director for Western Europe, holding this latter position for some 7 years. This has led to Mr. Bridge having an extremely well rounded view of the company and an in-depth knowledge of the industry.

Mr. Bridge has insight into all areas of the DST business and can offer an expert opinion and insight into Kroll Ontrack as a business; its vision, values and corporate strategy, as well as advice on business continuity, information management and channel and partner strategies.

Mr Bridge is based out of the Epsom, UK operation.

Jen Swensson

Ms. Swensson joined the KLD team in 2013 as the Director of Human Resources, bringing with her over fifteen years of experience building HR teams and supporting high growth public and private technology and healthcare companies. She now leads the global recruiting, employee relations, systems and benefits teams for KLDiscovery, attracting talent to align with our unique team-centric culture and providing consultative support to employees and leadership.

Before joining KLDiscovery, Ms. Swensson provided human resources leadership to MHM Services, a national leader in healthcare services to government agencies. Prior to joining MHM she led training and employee relations efforts for RCN’s business services division, ultimately overseeing the HR diligence and integration efforts of RCN’s sale to private equity partners. She then oversaw all HR efforts for the creation of Sidera Networks, one of the three resulting private companies that divested from the RCN sale.

Ms. Swensson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Human Resources Management certification from George Mason University and is a Senior Human Resources Professional (SPHR) awarded by the National Human Resources Certification Institute, and Senior Certified Professional (SCP) issued by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Andy Southam

Mr. Southam joined KLDiscovery in March 2017 as Head of Legal for EMEA and APAC and was promoted to General Counsel in September 2017. Mr. Southam is an English qualified lawyer and is based in London. As General Counsel, he is responsible for all legal aspects of the business including compliance, M&A and litigation.

Mr. Southam trained at the London office of DLA Piper, one of the world’s largest law firms, before qualifying into the Technology and Media Group in 2003. He spent four years advising clients on IP/IT legal issues before moving in-house in 2007 at the advertising group, Bartle Bogle Hegarty. He became Legal Director and a Partner at Bartle Bogle Hegarty prior to its sale to Publicis in June 2012. Mr. Southam joined the NetNames Group, a domain name and brand protection service company, in June 2013 following its acquisition by HG Capital. In his role as General Counsel, he oversaw two acquisitions and the subsequent sale of the business in July 2016 to Corporation Service Company, a Delaware based provider of business solutions.

Mr. Southam holds a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice from the University of Bristol and undertook his Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School.

Ferdinand Cami

Mr. Cami joined KLDiscovery as a Senior eDiscovery Consultant in 2006. At the time he was tasked with the daily intake of processing, productions and client services. That same year, KLDiscovery added Relativity to its list of offered services and Mr. Cami’s role was expanded to include Hosted Services, where he became heavily involved in Relativity, working closely with kCura. In 2011, Mr. Cami was promoted to Director of Hosted Services and oversaw the day-to-day hosting operations of the team based out of Chicago. Three years later he was promoted to Vice President where his responsibilities were expanded to include all KLDiscovery locations. Prior to KLDiscovery, Mr. Cami was with On-Site Sourcing for four years where he split his role as the local Chicago System Administrator and as the Senior Data Analyst.

Mr. Cami develops review workflows; creates, maintains, and preserves document review databases; and has extensive knowledge of kCura’s Relativity database schema, Concordance, iConectNXT/Xera, Equivio Zoom and a variety of other areas.

Mr. Cami holds a B.S. in Information Assurance and Security Engineering with a Minor in Computer Science from DePaul University. He received his Relativity Certified Master certification in 2015. Trained as a digital forensic analyst as well as a database administrator, Mr. Cami received his AccessData Certified (“ACE”) certification in 2008, SQL Advanced Certificate in 2009 from DePaul and his EnCase Certified Examiner (“EnCE”) certification in 2010.

Anthony J. DeJohn

Mr. DeJohn joined KLDiscovery as a Director in 2011 to launch and oversee the Advanced Review Services (Managed Review) division. In that role, he was tasked with the management and business development of the division, while also providing project management and discovery consulting for KLDiscovery’s premier clients. In 2013, Mr. DeJohn formed the Analytics division, a technology-driven branch of KLDiscovery’s renowned client services. In 2014, Mr. DeJohn took on the role of Vice President of Advanced Technologies & Managed Review Services. Mr. DeJohn now focuses on the development and design of advanced software and methodologies for eDiscovery and Information Governance, as well as managing KLDiscovery’s team of eDiscovery Technologists, who are widely regarded as the best TAR experts in the industry. In this role, Mr. DeJohn is leading KLDiscovery to the cutting-edge of machine learning/AI and cloud-based technologies while directing the continued advancement of KLDiscovery’s client-facing applications. Mr. DeJohn also continues to oversee global Managed Review operations for KLDiscovery’s Advanced Review Services division, comprising over ten state-of-the-art facilities worldwide.

Prior to joining KLDiscovery, Mr. DeJohn spent four years as a Director and VP at LawScribe, a Los Angeles-based LPO (acquired by UnitedLex) that provided eDiscovery and IP solutions for law firms and corporations worldwide. While at LawScribe, Mr. DeJohn was responsible for all project management, and played a major role in business development and company growth.

Mr. DeJohn holds a J.D. from DePaul University in Chicago and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri. He is licensed to practice in both California and Washington D.C., and is a registered attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. DeJohn received his Relativity Certified Administrator (“RCA”) certification from kCura in 2012, his Relativity Analytics certifications in 2013, and his Relativity Expert status in 2014. Mr. DeJohn is also a certified Equivio Technical STAR.

James Morrey-Jones

Mr. Morrey-Jones is Head of Legal Technologies throughout the UK and Europe for KLDiscovery, delivering best-in-class eDiscovery and Data Recovery Technologies, globally. Our innovative solutions and hands-on approach helps companies all over the world save time and money during legal, external, and internal investigations.

Before joining KLDiscovery, Mr. Morrey-Jones had over 25 years’ experience in business development, account management and service delivery. He was called to the England and Wales Bar and has been involved in Tribunal, County Court, High Court and Court of Appeal cases.

Mr. Morrey-Jones also advises on the practicalities of technology within electronic and paper-based legal processes, particularly in delivering large, multi-regional complex projects; consulting directly with clients on the advantages and challenges of electronic evidence in litigation, arbitration and regulatory matters.

Peter Böhret

As COO, Data & Storage Technologies business line, Mr. Böhret is responsible for the data recovery business of Ontrack in Europe with laboratories and sales offices in 12 countries. In this position, he is the front man of the European Senior Leadership Group of KLDiscovery for the data recovery business (Ontrack).

He joined the company in 1996 when the German operation was founded and built it up to an operation with more than 75 employees serving customer needs 24/7/365. Under his leadership, Kroll Ontrack expanded into Italy, Switzerland, Poland and into the Nordics and became the leader in EMEA.

Previous to Kroll Ontrack, Mr. Böhret worked as European Sales Manager for Hengstler GmbH and as project manager at Stark Systemstechnik. He studied computer science in Munich and business administration with a focus on marketing and computers in Stuttgart.

Besides his engagements in management, he made his mark with numerous publications in the sector of IT security and software, e.g. as the co-author of the book “The man in the software development.”

Andy Maus

Mr. Maus is responsible for sales of Kroll Ontrack’s data recovery services and software globally. He joined Kroll Ontrack in 2013 with responsibility for the Enterprise Software Business Development team, and led the efforts in closing the largest, multiyear OEM contract in company history. He then consolidated the North American Business Development teams for the Data & Storage Technologies division, and is now leading the transformation to a centralized sales organization across 17 offices to one global team.

Mr. Maus has over 25 years’ IT industry experience in Sales, Marketing & Product Management, with a particular focus on building new revenue streams through the channel. Prior to Kroll Ontrack Mr. Maus worked for Dell, Mitel, Level 3 Communications and Enron. While at Enron he lived in London, opening the European Operations for their Broadband Services unit.

Mr. Maus graduated with honors from Westminster College where he studied Business and Communications, was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, and helped found their Rugby Club. He's been married for over 20 years, is a father of 3 teenagers, and enjoys travel, golf, and family time.

Mike Burmeister

Mr. Burmeister joined Ontrack in 1991 as one of the initial data recovery engineers. He has over 20 years of experience in the data recovery profession, moving from engineering to senior leadership roles while focused on building a best-in-class worldwide data recovery operation. He was essential in researching file systems and defining practices aimed at resolving data loss on all types of storage media and storage environments. Whether a Fortune 500 company or family pictures of the first birthday, Mr. Burmeister leads and works daily with the global team - saving irreplaceable data and always providing an excellent customer service experience.

Currently, Mr. Burmeister is responsible for 15 data recovery labs across the globe and building the world leading Data Recovery Operations Team for the Data & Storage Technologies business line. The team operates globally on a 24/7/365 basis, ready to respond to emergency customer situations at all times and offering on-site, in-lab, and remote services to address the most secure and discrete scenarios. The operations recovery team proudly focuses on its mission of continuous improvement and optimizing efficiencies to the advantage of its world-wide customer base.

Mr. Burmeister holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Minor degree in Mathematics.

Gabriela P. Baron, Esq.

Ms. Baron joined KLDiscovery as Executive Vice President, Strategy, in February 2018. In this role, Ms. Baron identifies and pursues strategic growth opportunities as well as opportunities to meet evolving market needs that will enable the company to execute on its growth plan. She is particularly focused on developing relationships with global corporations and law firms.

Ms. Baron began her legal career as a litigator at a major New York law firm, where she worked on a wide variety of complex commercial cases for nearly nine years, specializing in securities litigation, IP matters involving medical devices and insurance litigation. She also served as counsel to the firm on internal employment matters.

In 2004, Ms. Baron joined litigation technology provider Amici LLC as its Deputy General Counsel and quickly took on additional roles in business development and account management. After Amici was acquired by Xerox in 2006, Ms. Baron held executive positions with Xerox Litigation Services for more than 10 years, and, after the Xerox eDiscovery business became part of Conduent, with Conduent Legal and Compliance Solutions from January to August 2017.

Ms. Baron has assisted clients with regulatory investigations (IRS, SEC, DOJ, FINRA, EDNY, and others, as well as international regulatory entities in the UK, EU, Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore), major class actions, employment matters, Hart-Scott-Rodino second requests, and commercial cases in federal and state courts. She has extensive experience working with financial institutions, manufacturers and technology services companies, and on matters involving cross-border eDiscovery.

Ms. Baron is a frequent speaker at industry events on eDiscovery-related topics and has authored numerous articles on eDiscovery and technology assisted review. She is a graduate of Vassar College and New York University School of Law. She lives in New York City.