Tony Reichenberger

Tony Reichenberger, Esq.

eDiscovery Technologist

952.358.5219
tony.reichenberger@kldiscovery.com


Licenses/Certifications

Minnesota State Bar (Since Oct 2005)

Relativity (kCura) Certifications

  • Certified Relativity Expert (2016-present)
  • Relativity Certified Administrator (2016-present)
  • Relativity Assisted Review (2016-present)
  • Relativity User Specialist (2016-present)

 

Education

Juris Doctor
William Mitchell College of Law
2005

B.A. Publc Administration
B.A. Political Science
University of Wisconsin- La Crosse
1996

 

Professional Organizations

TREC Legal Track
Participant (2008)

TREC Total Recall Track
Participant (2015, 2016)

EDRM
Member (2008-2010, 2014-2016)

Warren G. Burger Inns of Court
Member (2004-2005)

 

Professional Presentations

The Book on Predictive Coding, February 2018

Using CAL and SAL: Matching Learning Stategies to Predictive Coding Use Cases
Law Technology News, February 2018
Author

EDRM Statistical Sampling Applied to Electronic Discovery
Contributor

Technology Assited Review Learning Labs & Certification Courses
2012-2015

Managing Privilege in Document Review
Minnesota CLE, April 2012

  

Professional Background

As an E-Discovery Technologist for KLDiscovery, Mr. Reichenberger advises corporate and law firm clients on the utilization of technology-assisted review processes and tools including predictive coding and automated workflow. Mr. Reichenberger has over fifteen years of legal industry experience, helping clients with solutions involving the organization, review and production of electronically stored information (ESI), including early case assessment, document review, privilege and quality assurance, and methods for implementing search, sampling and review strategies. Mr. Reichenberger’s work has included support for a number of large-scale litigations, second requests, regulatory activities, multidistrict and joint defense matters, with groups spanning the U.S. and the world.

Prior to joining KLDiscovery, Mr. Reichenberger worked for a Top 200 law firm where he coordinated large and small-scale discovery projects, managed e-discovery databases, trained personnel, designed quality control and production processes, drafted privilege logs and performed onsite data collection. He has been a member of the EDRM and was a participant in multiple TREC Legal Track studies. He also has presented numerous CLEs on the use of Technology Assisted Review and Predictive Coding.