Director, Information Governance and Legal Technologies
Scott Fischer is an expert in the field of legal technology with more than 30 years of business experience. As the Director of Information Governance and Legal Technologies at Aurotech, Fischer is leading litigation and eDiscovery projects. He has been a featured ESI lecturer at Columbia University School of Law, University of Maryland School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law. He served as the court appointed ESI expert for Judge Paul Grimm in Victor Stanley v. Creative Pipe, and was a lead ESI specialist for the plaintiff’s trial consulting team in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg LLC. He also served at the request of Judge Grimm on the Committee to write the Standing Order for Governing Electronic Discovery for the United States District Court for the State of Maryland. Currently, Fischer is serving on the Committee to Revise the Suggested Protocol for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information for the State of Maryland.
During the course of his long career in litigation support, Fischer worked on many watershed cases concerning the use of technology in litigation, including; database creation in the Pan American Lockerbie and United Airlines Sioux City airline disasters, the early silicon breast implant litigation, and various aspects of the tobacco litigation.
Fischer’s expertise encompasses a wide range of platforms in the industry, including Exterro, Kazeon, Clearwell, Nuix, Relativity, Summation, Concordance and iConect, among others.