The Division of Enforcement Litigation is excited to announce the appointment of P. Brian See as the new Lead Technology Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board. This new position was created to provide support and strategic guidance to Agency attorneys faced with issues regarding the retrieval and exchange of documents and electronically stored information (ESI) during the investigation, discovery and litigation of particular matters. Mr. See will also assist Agency attorneys and staff in crafting policies and procedures relating to managing electronic information and litigation holds. Mr. See comes to the Agency from private practice. He has spent his entire professional career bridging the gap between law and technology. As outside eDiscovery counsel for major corporations, Mr. See has assisted clients in implementing policies allowing for practical and consistent responses to ongoing document preservation and production obligations, and has counseled clients in developing and implementing records retention policies and practices. He has extensive experience investigating, negotiating, drafting and arguing electronic discovery issues and coordinating large-scale document processing and review in matters such as complex discrimination, antitrust, wage-hour and intellectual property litigation, civil and criminal investigations and bankruptcies. In 2008, as a partner at Williams Mullen in Richmond, Virginia, Mr. See led the firm’s Electronic Discovery and Litigation Technology practice group and developed and presented a mandatory eDiscovery training program for all firm litigators. He also supervised the firm's in-house litigation support department and developed the firm's in-house data processing and hosting capabilities. From 2006-2008, he was a member of the electronic discovery practice group in the Chicago, Illinois office of Seyfarth Shaw, where he focused his practice exclusively on electronic discovery issues. He began his legal career as an attorney in the Columbus, Ohio office of Squire, Sanders and Dempsey, where, in addition to trying cases in federal and state court, in 2003, he founded the firm’s electronic discovery task force and developed early training materials relating to electronic discovery. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. See earned received his law degree in 2000 from the Duke University School of Law where he received the Intellectual Property and Technology Award for his graduating class. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1997 from Yale University, and is admitted to practice law in Illinois and Ohio.