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Adam M.
Cefai

  • eDiscovery Attorney

When litigation is imminent, clients can do a great deal to manage risk and cost through the identification and preservation of potentially relevant data. The earlier we’re involved in this process, the smoother it will be – saving them time, money and headaches.

Adam Cefai is an eDiscovery attorney who advises litigators and clients on all aspects of the electronic discovery process: data preservation, collection, processing, review/analysis and production. He also serves as Warner’s Litigation Support Manager, working with the firm’s attorneys and paralegals to coordinate data ingestion, processing, analytics, review workflows and production for all litigation matters. Adam is the go-to person for technical eDiscovery issues, and is responsible for procurement and administration of all litigation technology tools in use at the firm.

  • Represented Indian tribes in gaming matters, economic development and diversification, government relations and internal tribal relations and sovereignty
  • DOJ antitrust investigation into a large media merger
  • FTC antitrust investigation into a hospital acquisition
  • False advertising alleged against a seed company
  • Illegal fee-splitting, unauthorized practice of law and tortious interference alleged against a medical revenue company
  • Multiple class-action medical products liability cases
  • Compliance review for GLBA, HIPAA, SOX and various FDA requirements
  • Products liability against a medical equipment manufacturer
  • $1.5 billion antitrust suit alleging anticompetitive business practices amongst
  • Represented Indian tribes in gaming matters, economic development and diversification, government relations and internal tribal relations and sovereignty
  • DOJ antitrust investigation into a large media merger
  • FTC antitrust investigation into a hospital acquisition
  • False advertising alleged against a seed company
  • Illegal fee-splitting, unauthorized practice of law and tortious interference alleged against a medical revenue company
  • Multiple class-action medical products liability cases
  • Compliance review for GLBA, HIPAA, SOX and various FDA requirements
  • Products liability against a medical equipment manufacturer
  • $1.5 billion antitrust suit alleging anticompetitive business practices amongst advertising firms
  • DOJ second request into $12 billion waste management merger
  • Antitrust review in anticipation of a hostile taker involving waste management companies
  • Breach of contract, fraudulent inducement and fraud allegations against one of the world’s largest tech companies
  • “Third Party Subpoenas: Are You Paying for Someone Else’s Discovery?,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, Troy, Michigan, April 18, 2018
  • “Smarter Smartphone and Mobile Device Discovery,” Federal Court Bench Bar, Mackinac Island, Michigan, September 14-16, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Novi, Michigan, April 26, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,”
  • “Third Party Subpoenas: Are You Paying for Someone Else’s Discovery?,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, Troy, Michigan, April 18, 2018
  • “Smarter Smartphone and Mobile Device Discovery,” Federal Court Bench Bar, Mackinac Island, Michigan, September 14-16, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Novi, Michigan, April 26, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 14, 2017
  • “How to Get Your Social Media, Email, and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out),” NBI, Inc., December 2, 2016
  • “How to Utilize Proportionality & Cost Shifting Strategies,” Data Solutions Fall Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 23, 2015
  • Data Solutions Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Southfield, Michigan, June 24, 2015
  • Data Solutions Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 20, 2015
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Adam M.
Cefai

  • eDiscovery Attorney
KalamazooGrand Rapids

When litigation is imminent, clients can do a great deal to manage risk and cost through the identification and preservation of potentially relevant data. The earlier we’re involved in this process, the smoother it will be – saving them time, money and headaches.

Adam Cefai is an eDiscovery attorney who advises litigators and clients on all aspects of the electronic discovery process: data preservation, collection, processing, review/analysis and production. He also serves as Warner’s Litigation Support Manager, working with the firm’s attorneys and paralegals to coordinate data ingestion, processing, analytics, review workflows and production for all litigation matters. Adam is the go-to person for technical eDiscovery issues, and is responsible for procurement and administration of all litigation technology tools in use at the firm.

  • “Third Party Subpoenas: Are You Paying for Someone Else’s Discovery?,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, Troy, Michigan, April 18, 2018
  • “Smarter Smartphone and Mobile Device Discovery,” Federal Court Bench Bar, Mackinac Island, Michigan, September 14-16, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Novi, Michigan, April 26, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,”
  • “Third Party Subpoenas: Are You Paying for Someone Else’s Discovery?,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, Troy, Michigan, April 18, 2018
  • “Smarter Smartphone and Mobile Device Discovery,” Federal Court Bench Bar, Mackinac Island, Michigan, September 14-16, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Novi, Michigan, April 26, 2017
  • “Collecting and Preserving Data from Mobile Devices” and “Social Media and the Workplace,” Data Solutions Spring Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 14, 2017
  • “How to Get Your Social Media, Email, and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out),” NBI, Inc., December 2, 2016
  • “How to Utilize Proportionality & Cost Shifting Strategies,” Data Solutions Fall Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 23, 2015
  • Data Solutions Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Southfield, Michigan, June 24, 2015
  • Data Solutions Symposium, WarnerSeminar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 20, 2015