Ken C. McIntosh II

Technology Assisted Review Lead & E-Discovery Consultant

Overview

Ken McIntosh provides electronic support in litigation matters for Faegre Baker Daniels’ clients. As the technology assisted review lead, Ken’s primary role is applying analytics to assist in culling and reviewing large data sets. He consults with legal teams, litigation support analysts and document review services to determine appropriate levels of analytics processes to incorporate into CTS review projects.

Ken is also a manager of document review who assists with the identification, preservation and collection of electronically-stored information during discovery. He has supervised document review teams of all sizes. In this role, he consults with legal teams related to the legal aspects of electronic discovery including legal holds, records collection and preservation, deposition preparation, privilege review, and motion practice.

As an e-discovery consultant, Ken assists with the collection of data using forensically defensible techniques. His skills include document and database management, processing of electronically stored information, forensic collection and quality control.

Past Experience 

Before joining FaegreBD, Kenneth was an associate at another Minneapolis law firm where he represented insurance companies with an emphasis on subrogation.

Services & Industries

Credentials

Bar Admissions

Minnesota

Education

William Mitchell College of Law
J.D.

University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
B.S. in Business (2007)

Leadership & Community

Professional Associations

  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
  • Hennepin County Bar Association
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