Chris Yoshida serves as the firm’s E-Discovery / Litigation Support Project Manager, with a focus on both project management and in-house e-discovery and document management technology platforms.  His additional core responsibilities include development of e-discovery best practices, overseeing third party vendor relationships, data conversion, and providing electronic document review and production deliverables during the discovery phase of litigation.  As a member of the Information Technology Group working exclusively in litigation, Chris’s role on KMK’s E-Discovery Task Force makes him uniquely suited to participate in the firm’s efforts to bridge the gap between counsel and Information Technology by helping the firm’s litigation attorneys educate clients about proactive, compliant and cost-effective e-discovery strategies and implementation.

Prior to joining Keating Muething & Klekamp in June 2012, Chris has consulted on hundreds of cases over the course of his career, previously employed as an account executive and business manager for IKON and DTI, and most recently as a Litigation Services Analyst at ComStock Advisors, where he obtained, analyzed and managed e-discovery data and documents for active litigation matters, serving as a technical advisor to in-house experts.

Areas of Experience

  • EDRM Model Best Practices Implementation
  • E-Discovery Data Roadmapping
  • External Technology Partner Resources
  • Electronic Document Productions

Technical Certifications

  • Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS™); April, 2013
  • Records Retention, Retrieval and Destruction: Implementing An Effective System For Your Company; April, 2010
  • Advanced Microsoft Office training in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access; May, 2010
  • Financial Statement Analysis; November, 2009
  • CT Summation; iBlaze, Advanced Training, February, 2009
  • CT Summation; iBlaze Basic Training, February, 2009
  • Getting The Most From Microsoft Office; February, 2009
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel Techniques; August, 2008
  • Certified Automated Litigation Support Professional Training: LitWorks; June, 2007
  • The Masters Conference for Legal Professionals; October, 2010

Professional and Community Involvement

International Legal Technology Association, Member

Association of International Imaging Management, Member

Knights of Columbus, Member

News & Resources

Other Publications

Electronically Stored Information in North Carolina Family Law Cases, Installments I, II, & III with William Dameworth; North Carolina Bar Association Family Forum publication for the Family Law Section, 2009


B.A., Wake Forest University, 1997

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