Leading West Coast eDiscovery Firm TERIS Welcomes New Senior Project Manager

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Seattle, WA – January 16, 2012 – TERIS announced today that it has hired Michelle Servo as Senior Project Manager for the company’s Northwest region.  Servo brings 18 years of experience as a paralegal and electronic discovery consultant, most recently as the Senior Discovery Consultant at Evolve Discovery. TERIS continues its expansion and remarkable growth for its eDiscovery business on the West coast as it kicks off 2013.

“Michelle brings a unique set of skills to TERIS and we are thrilled to have her join our team,” said Kip Hauser, TERIS Chief Operations Officer. “Her paralegal background and technology training makes her a great asset for our clients.  Our clients depend on our experience and expertise, and Michelle’s knowledge will contribute to our high standards of quality support.”

Servo has strong professional experience consulting with clients to select the most appropriate tools to conduct effective, efficient and defensible data collection, processing and review. Additionally, she has extensive knowledge in managing forensics, eDiscovery and document review projects for clients. She specializes in optimizing workflows for cases involving Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and English language review. She has also consulted with case teams and managed reviews based in the U.S. and abroad.

“As the leading litigation support firm on the West Coast, I am looking forward to this opportunity,” commented Servo. “TERIS has an excellent reputation for customer service and delivering optimal results, and I am looking forward to continuing this trend.”

Servo has presented at various eDiscovery-related conferences conferences, including Moving Your Discovery Practice from Dial-Up to Broadband: Demystifying the Technology, Oregon Law Institute CLE, and at National Federal Paralegal Association, Inc. 2009 Annual Convention. She has also attended and presented at multiple Women in eDiscovery events.


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