Christopher Q. King, Partner, Dentons
Christopher King is a partner at Dentons US LLP in Chicago, IL and has over twenty years of experience in the area of electronic discovery. His electronic discovery experience includes litigation in federal and state courts, government audits and internal investigations. He has handled electronic discovery, including briefing and arguing electronic discovery motions, in dozens of federal and state court cases across the country, and managed document reviews and productions involving large volumes of structured and unstructured data. His experience spans the entire EDRM from preservation through production and includes discovery from unstructured data, structured enterprise system data and legacy resources. Chris also regularly advises clients in the information governance area. Chris' work in this area includes: creating litigation hold processes customized to specific client needs; preparing data store inventories to give companies a coordinated, cost-effective solution to complying with electronic discovery obligations; assessing existing records management programs to identify opportunities for enhancement and increased efficiency; creating or auditing records management policies and schedules; preparing data ownership and network use policies for companies; advising about the impact of privacy laws and regulations on information management practices, and counseling on email retention policies. Chris' information governance experience includes the following industry sectors: property, casualty and life insurance, financial services, technology manufacturers and re-sellers, advertising, cable television, quick service restaurants, diversified consumer products, retail, media, health care, travel services, and venture capital. He is a member of The Sedona Working Group 1 and is listed in Chambers Global and Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Litigation: E-Discovery. Chris is a graduate of Northwestern University (B.A. 1980) and Vanderbilt Law School (J.D. 1983).