Patrick Garbe, a former litigation paralegal with 30 years of experience, is an electronic discovery knowledge and strategy manager. As the paralegal manager from 1997 to 2007, he worked heavily on civil litigations, government investigations, discovery matters, and trial preparation. In 2007, he took on his current role in order to concentrate his efforts in assisting clients and litigation teams navigate the electronic discovery process.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown, he was a paralegal at two large law firms located in New York and California from 1986 to 1997. During these years, he was a lead paralegal on several high-profile mergers and acquisitions involving Hart-Scott-Rodino Second Request submissions, Qui Tam Act (False Claims Act) investigations involving defense contractors and several federal and state court trials.
Throughout his career, Patrick has focused on using advanced technologies to manage cases and investigations. Further, many of these matters involve data protection laws.
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Catherine Casey | Angela de Cespedes | Scott M. Cohen | Emily Fedeles | Patrick Garbe | Peg Gianuca | Stephen Goldstein | James Zucker | Jason Temple | Brad Schaffel | Jason Rylander | Debbie Reynolds | Oral Pottinger | David Leone | Brian Y. Kim | Rose Hunter Jones |Bryant Isbell | James Sherer | Hon. John M. Facciola | Tom Barce | Eric Vanderburg | Tim Opsitnick
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