TERIS announces the addition of Marquis R. McElvine as Senior Litigation Technology Engineer in the Phoenix office
Richard Saldivar, President Arizona/Texas, recently announced that Marquis R. McElvine joined the Phoenix office as Senior Litigation Technology Engineer.
According to Mr. Saldivar, “TERIS’ core belief is to hire employees with exceptional industry experience so clients will experience individualized best-in-class customized solutions that allow them to pay for only what they need. We strive to be an integral part of our client’s firm and to act as their right arm. Our newest hire, Marquis holds advanced experience in managing and working with eDiscovery matters. His knowledge and expertise related to search technology, document preservation, technology vendor relationships, legal consulting, record management, governmental and regulatory agencies, and historic media analysis is noteworthy.”
Marquis is proficient at using Nuix for processing and searching before loading results into Relativity and is a proven expert in computer literature, SQL, C++, Nuix, EnCase, FTK, Attenex, Viewpoint, Clearwell, eCapture/IPRO, iCONECT, Summation, and Concordance. He held positions of increasing responsibility at companies including eLitigation Solutions where he managed a team which provided application training, support, and demonstrations for internal and external clients; Forensics Consulting Solutions, where he served as the Operations Manager; Renew Data, forensic/data hosting; and RLS Legal Solutions of which Mr. Saldivar was the President for ten years.
“Richard Saldivar has a reputation for honesty, determination and authenticity. I witnessed first hand how he grew RLS Legal Solutions to become an industry leader and how he develops excellence in employees to provide remarkable value and service to clients. I am privileged to learn, grow and be a part of the TERIS Phoenix team,” states Marquis.
Marquis achieved a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics from Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina.
TERIS has seven regional locations throughout the United States. Founded in 1996, TERIS provides eDiscovery, Information Governance, Relativity and Computer Forensics solutions to corporate legal teams and law firms across the U.S. and internationally. TERIS’ staff of almost 300 was named one of the top 20 eDiscovery service providers in 2008 by industry researcher Socha-Gelbmann.
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