Paul W. Ketz



Paul leverages over two decades of experience in the legal industry to manage strategic information law initiatives for clients.  With a background in large-scale litigation matters, Paul is skilled at managing complex matters from case inception to trial.

Having spent much of his career managing all dimensions of large-scale federal, state, and multidistrict litigation, Paul is an integral team member who helps manage comprehensive and efficient discovery support in complex and high stakes matters.  His depth of project management experience allows him to support teams in all aspects of eDiscovery matters, from collection through production.  Paul’s work has included overseeing and executing eDiscovery processes, including data preservation and legal holds, collection, processing, review, production, and harnessing analytics to assist with reviews. He is skilled at conducting fact development in Relativity, DISCO, and other data management platforms.  Paul also assists teams with developing discovery strategies and contributes advice on best practices, methods, and trends. 

Paul has an extensive knowledge of eDiscovery resources and a keen ability to foster relationships with internal and external stakeholders.  He utilizes his significant national and international litigation and trial experience to guide his strategic approach to matters and client communications, as well as inform internal initiatives and coaching programs.

Paul’s prior experience includes in-house and law roles, including serving as Program Manager, eDiscovery at DISH Network, and Senior Litigation Paralegal at Kirkland & Ellis LLP.


Some of Paul’s recent work experience includes:

  • Drafting workflows, playbooks, and defensibility documentation for eDiscovery processes and best practices
  • Managing legal hold, custodial interview, and document collection processes
  • Managing client collections
  • Overseeing large-scale document reviews
  • Handling productions in Relativity
  • Developing internal training programs concerning paralegal standards and eDiscovery technology tools


Paul is studying for his B.S. in Enterprise Leadership from Northwestern University and received his A.S. in Paralegal Studies from Elgin Community College.