In what is clearly a move to modernize the National Labor Relations Board’s ability to gather, preserve, and analyze electronic data, the NLRB’s Division of Enforcement Litigation today announced the appointment of P. Brian See to the newly created position of Lead Technology Counsel. In this role, Mr. See will be responsible for:
provid[ing] support and strategic guidance to Agency attorneys faced with issues regarding the retrieval and exchange of documents and electronically stored information (ESI) during the investigation, discovery and litigation of particular matters. Mr. See will also assist Agency attorneys and staff craft policies and procedures relating to managing electronic information and litigation holds.
According to the NLRB’s press release, Mr. See was previously engaged in private practice with Williams Mullen in Richmond, Virginia, and "has extensive experience investigating, negotiating, drafting and arguing electronic discovery issues and coordinating large-scale document processing and review in matters such as complex discrimination, antitrust, wage-hour and intellectual property litigation, civil and criminal investigations and bankruptcies."