Matt Jackson brings 20 years of experience to his practice focusing on complex electronic discovery matters and all aspects of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model. Matt regularly advises Fortune 100 clients regarding best practices on information management, preservation, discovery-readiness solutions, defensible deletion and developments at the critical intersection of law and technology. Matt emphasizes a holistic approach to data management for investigations and litigation, including ways to leverage institutional knowledge across matters and defensible but practical solutions to data issues, such as the application of AI and Advanced Analytics.
Matt has worked on numerous large-scale matters, including DOJ second requests and regulator driven investigations, class actions and commercial disputes in highly regulated industries, such as energy, financial services and life sciences. These matters often involve the production of hundreds of millions of pages of documents and the management of hundreds of terabytes of data. He is a member of Sidley’s E-Discovery Task Force and a published author and speaker on eDiscovery issues.
Matt previously served as counsel at Sidley from 2006 to 2014. Prior to rejoining the firm, he worked as a Managing Director at a legal operations and compliance consulting firm.
Matt graduated from the DePaul University College of Law. He earned his B.S. in Finance and Business Administration from DePaul University.