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- B.A., International Relations, Miami University, Ohio
- B.A., German, Miami University, Ohio
- E-discovery Software & Services
- Litigation Support & Analytical Services
Kathryn L. Hardie is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Technology practice, specializing in channel software distribution, and is based in Washington, DC. With over 21 years of experience in litigation support, electronic discovery and channel management, Ms. Hardie specializes in technical solutions to both law firms and corporations. Ms. Hardie’s area of expertise has been in mergers and acquisitions with an emphasis on the Hart Scott Redino process and second request compliance. Ms. Hardie has worked with the top global law firms and fortune 100 corporations guiding technical needs for government compliance.
Ms. Hardie has been engaged on many notable mergers to assist in the management of electronic discovery. Her clients include manufacturing corporations, pharmaceuticals, entertainment, beverage industry, energy, high tech, telecommunications and financial institutions. Ms. Hardie has also worked with several major corporations and their outside counsel in matters related to anti-trust violation in response to Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice subpoenas. Ms. Hardie has also worked directly with government agencies in the delivery of data productions for compliance determination. Ms Hardie has also been engaged in matters related to the European Commission competition investigations of several US and EEC based corporations.
Prior to coming to FTI, Ms. Hardie was Global Director, Channel Management for Attenex Corporation, a software development company based in Seattle, Washington. Attenex Corporation developed innovative software utilizing patented visual data analytics which served the legal industry. It was through the acquisition of the Attenex Patterns software by FTI that Ms. Hardie joined FTI’s Technology practice. Ms. Hardie was responsible for developing a global distribution of software through strategic relationships which she has carried forward to FTI’s Technology practice.
Prior to joining FTI, Ms. Hardie served in several senior executive positions with regional and national litigation support companies specializing in electronic discovery, case management and data processing. Ms. Hardie also held positions in the financial printing industry working with initial public offerings and corporate annual compliance.