vdiscovery is pleased to announce our hire of Kenneth Murray, Esq. as Vice President of Business Development.
“We are excited to bring Ken onto the vdiscovery team,” said Myron Schonfeld, president and founder of vdiscovery. “He brings extensive litigation experience and situational intelligence that will be invaluable to our clients.”
Ken’s impressive 17-year experience as a practicing attorney, including complex commercial litigation and arbitrations, regulatory matters, corporate and securities counseling, employment matters, and all aspects of electronic discovery will enable a unique consultative service for vdiscovery’s clients.
Ken graduated from NYU School of Law and is an attorney licensed to practice in New York State. He was previously an associate in the New York offices of Weil Gotshal and at Wilson Sonsini, where he served on the E-discovery Best Practices Committee. Ken was named multiple times as a SuperLawyers “Rising Star”. Ken works with institutions, attorneys and their clients in connection with all of their ediscovery needs.
Welcoming the opportunity Ken said, “I am excited and thankful to join vdiscovery. The depth of knowledge in vdiscovery’s team and their experience in this industry are truly remarkable. I look forward to continuing their 45-year tradition as a company of, by, and for attorneys, and, more importantly, to further their tradition of bringing clients the very best in custom service and technology.”
Congratulations, Ken on your new role at vdiscovery – and welcome to the family!
vdiscovery is a leader in data management solutions, electronic discovery, digital forensics, and litigation consulting. Attorney founded and managed, with over 40 years of experience supporting litigation attorneys in their discovery needs, vdiscovery assists clients in the rapidly changing discovery landscape. As electronic document collections grow and regulations change, vdiscovery delivers practical and effective solutions, drawing on the extensive expert knowledge and experience of our employees.