Phillip Moon is a Senior Project Manager with Kilpatrick Townsend’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team. With more than 20 years of experience in e-discovery, information technology and project management, he provides guidance to attorneys and clients on all phases of the EDRM, project planning, budgeting, and technical issues regarding e-discovery. In addition, Phil has significant experience handling data collection and processing outside of the US, specifically in Asia. With an extensive background in IT, data management and programming, he is often engaged to develop creative solutions for clients’ most challenging e-discovery and data management projects. In addition to Relativity, the industry-leading e-discovery platform used in-house by Kilpatrick Townsend, Phil has expertise with forensic tools including FTK Imager and Encase and numerous other software such as Nuix, Viewpoint, Summation, Concordance, Trial Director and Lotus Notes.
Prior to joining the firm, Phil founded an e-discovery technology start-up in Palo Alto, California with additional offices in Los Angeles, New York and Seoul. He managed the day-to-day operations of the company and provided guidance and oversight on all project activities in the U.S. and South Korea. Previously, Phil was a senior litigation project manager in the Menlo Park, California office of an international law firm where he was a liaison between internal litigation teams and external e-discovery service providers.
Phil is fluent in Korean.
Coleman College, Computer Networking cum laude
COMPTIA A+ Certification
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