Litigation Support Technician (Ediscovery)

AITHERAS, LLC - Alexandria, VA4.0

Full-time | Contract$76,000 a year
Location: Alexandria, VA

Compensation: 39.16/hr ($75,970 annually)

Employment type: Contractor preferred

Contract length: Minimum of 1 year

A federal Agency is looking for a qualified professional who has shown proven experience in eDiscovery. Only experienced candidates will be considered for this role. This is not an entry level role. Any candidate who is hired is expected to enter the position as a credible source of information on their duties and responsibilities. Specific responsibilities include but not limited to:

Provides a Variety of direct legal support assistance services to serviced AUSA staff. Typical assignments include:

Utilizes eScanlt for scanning for both Eclipse and Relativity databases on civil (and parallel proceeding) fraud cases as appropriate
Utilizes LAW pre-discovery for eDiscovery processing of ESI for databases on civil (and parallel proceeding) fraud cases as appropriate (primarily Eclipse)
Utilizes and works with LTSC for eDiscovery processing for Relativity cases. Utilizes eCapture for eDiscovery processing ESI for civil fraud cases as appropriate
Utilizes Trial Director for trial presentation on civil fraud cases as appropriate
For each production that the office receives, ensures that the production is properly logged on a discovery log, uploaded into the appropriate database with the appropriate tagging or foldering, and tests to ensure that the production is properly OCRed

Utilizes CaseMap/TimeMap. on civil fraud cases as appropriate. Creates and updates CaseMap/TimeMap for each significant affirmative case
Coordinates with USAO IT and ALS personnel regarding modification of standard systems, to resolve hardware and software problems, and to adapt precedents to make significant departures from standardized approaches to meet user requirements. Cases handled are complex and require in-depth electronic document management to help identify patterns of fraud by organizing, tracking and analyzing hundreds of thousands or millions of items of evidence, millions of data elements, and may involve untried or especially novel computer or digital imaging applications

Runs searches and develops review plans for database materials

Consults with and advises case teams on best practices for the preparation of electronic documents; assist attorneys with production of electronic data/material both to and from external partiers; train attorneys, paralegals and other personnel on data applications; assists in the organization and search of investigative documents and data, coordinates the conversion with attorneys for production to external parties; acts as an ediscovery specialist in the early stages of cases.

Works with agencies to obtain and process government data, documents, and ESI
Works with Acumen data and other healthcare data to identify trends or potential investigative subjects for healthcare fraud or drug diversion matters.
Coordinates production of data to opposing parties, experts, agencies, other DOJ components and other third parties as required.
Reviews, analyzes and summarizes case data. Prepares and organizes documentary evidence to be introduced at deposition or trial.
Coordinates with states, federal agencies and contractors or obtain pertinent data.
Communication skills are very important. Works well and interacts professionally and effectively with all levels of staff.