Bryan Eder has extensive experience in the areas of electronic discovery and legal privilege. Mr. Eder has successfully managed large-scale electronic discovery processes as part of civil litigation, government investigations, antitrust and other regulatory proceedings. His practice has included work with clients in the pharmaceutical, energy, banking and telecommunications industries.
Mr. Eder is also active in the firm's extensive pro bono practice, having, most recently, successfully appealed a denial of Social Security Disability claims on behalf of pro bono client from the Whitman-Walker Legal Services Clinic.
Mr. Eder is a 2001 graduate of The University of Chicago Law School where he was a research assistant for Former US Deputy Treasury Secretary and Assistant Secretary of State Kenneth W. Dam. Mr. Eder was previously an associate in the Investment Management practice of an international law firm.
- JD, University of Chicago Law School, 2001
- BA, Political Economics and Journalism, Michigan State University, 1998
- District of Columbia