John Rosenthal is a litigation partner in the firm's Washington, D.C. office who represents clients around the globe in an array of complex antitrust and litigation matters. His practice also involves counseling clients on a variety of trade regulation, trademark, and commercial issues.
Mr. Rosenthal is Chair of the firm's e-discovery and information management practice group. Mr. Rosenthal is one of the most experienced practitioners in the United States in the area of electronic discovery and risk reduction from electronic discovery. With this background, he counsels a wide variety of companies on record retention programs, compliance with electronic discovery, and the implementation of programs to reduce risk associated with the generation and retention of electronic records.
Mr. Rosenthal also lectures across the United States on the issues of electronic discovery and record retention programs. He is a participant in the Sedona Conference on Best Practices for Electronic Discovery and Records Management, a group of lawyers, judges, and vendors focusing on the development of the law regarding electronic discovery and retention issues in both the United States and the European Union.
Mr. Rosenthal also is an advisory board member of the Georgetown University Law Center Continuing Legal Education E-Discovery Institute, Masters Conference, and Guidance Software, Inc. Formerly, Mr. Rosenthal acted as an advisory board member to Lexis-Nexis, Surety, Inc. and Electronic Evidence, Inc.
Mr. Rosenthal is also a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association's E-Discovery Committee.
Mr. Rosenthal is a 2006 recipient of the Kroll Ontrack Award for Thought-Leading Antitrust Practitioner in the Field of Electronic Evidence. Mr. Rosenthal has also been recognized by Chamber's USA as a national leader in e-discovery.
Mr. Rosenthal received a B.A., with honors, in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University in 1985 and a J.D. in 1988 from the University of Virginia School of Law.