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Edward C. Wolfe Joins Dykema in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

February 8, 2012

BLOOMFIELD HILLS—Dykema Gossett PLLC, a leading national law firm, announced today the addition of Edward C. Wolfe as a Senior Counsel in the Litigation Department, resident in Dykema’s Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office. Prior to joining Dykema, Mr. Wolfe served in the Office of the General Counsel with General Motors Company, where he was responsible for supervising the company’s Electronic Discovery and Discovery Processes on a global basis.

Mr. Wolfe concentrates his practice in the areas of discovery and electronic discovery (e-discovery), including global discovery processes, information management; complex class actions and product liability litigation.  In the areas of discovery, e-discovery and information management, Mr. Wolfe is experienced in the development and rollout of methodologies and policies related to the creation, management, distribution and retention of information in all media platforms. Mr. Wolfe has experience in negotiating and managing electronic information vendor contracts to meet increasing performance requirements. Mr. Wolfe has managed large teams of discovery personnel, and also collaborated with attorneys and business unit representatives throughout the world on all matters relating to litigation and the discovery search and response process.

In the area of general litigation, Mr. Wolfe has a wide variety of experience in complex class actions—including MDL proceedings—as well as in contract, commercial, dealer and product liability litigation.

Mr. Wolfe is a member of the steering committee for the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production. Since joining The Sedona Conference in 2004, Mr. Wolfe has participated in the writing, editing and publication of papers including The Sedona Guidelines: Best Practice Guidelines and Commentary for Managing Information and Records in the Electronic Age; The Sedona Conference on Legal Holds; The Sedona Conference on Email Management; and A Nutshell on Negotiating E-Discovery Search Protocols. He is also a former board member of the Corporate E-Discovery Forum (CEDF). Mr. Wolfe received his B.A. from John Carroll University and his J.D. from the University of Notre Dame.