Ashish S. Prasad
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Discovery Services LLC. 2008-Present.
Leads all aspects of the company, including development of document review and electronic discovery service offerings, management of client engagements, and performance of consulting and testimonial expert work.
Litigation Partner, Mayer Brown LLP. 2003-2008.
Led all aspects of complex litigation, including: managing multidistrict litigation; defending antitrust, product liability, intellectual property, technology, class action and other claims; handling all phases of discovery (including depositions, contested motions and experts) and trial; counseling regarding potential litigation; and handling arbitrations and mediations.
Founder and Chair, Electronic Discovery and Records Management Practice, Mayer Brown LLP. 2003-2008.
Counseled companies on all aspects of the discovery and management of electronic information, including: the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the discovery of computer-based information across multiple litigation and investigations; the development and implementation of records management programs for large organizations; the remediation of large volumes of legacy electronic and paper information; the management of the preservation, review and production of electronic information in major litigation and investigations; and the defense of discovery procedures before federal and state regulators and courts.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Northwestern University Law School. 2006-Present.
Courses included Civil Discovery, Topics in Litigation and Trial Advocacy.
- Discovery Services LLC, Chicago, 2008 to present
- Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago, 1994 to 2008
- Law Clerk to The Honorable Charles L. Levin, Michigan Supreme Court, 1993-1994
- University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1993; Member, University of Chicago Law Review
- The University of Michigan, A.B., with highest honors and high distinction, 1989
- Illinois, 1994
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 1995
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 1999