Tim Anderson is a Senior Managing Director in the Technology segment and is based in San Francisco. He has over twenty years’ experience in legal technology as an e-discovery consultant, paralegal, programmer, and application development manager.
Mr. Anderson currently leads the Emerging Data Sources Team at FTI. In this role he is responsible for directing data identification, integration, preservation, collection, and analysis strategy and workflows to support clients in an ever-changing digital and regulatory landscape. With a deep background in digital forensics, application development, and e-discovery systems, the Emerging Data Sources Team have conducted investigations and collected evidence in matters involving data in Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Slack, and many other cloud-based systems.
A frequent speaker on topics related to emerging data discovery, Mr. Anderson is a regular contributor at events like Relativity Fest, LegalWeek, Today’s General Counsel Institute, and Women in E-Discovery. Mr. Anderson is also a regular guest lecturer on e-discovery topics at UC Hastings College of Law and USC Law School and has authored numerous articles on e-discovery in publications like Law.com, e-Week, and ARMA Information Management Magazine.
Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Anderson worked as a consultant with the e-discovery advisory firm, Strategic Discovery, Inc. At Strategic Discovery Mr. Anderson was responsible for the creation and development of a structured data analytics practice group to focus on the technical aspects of data discovery in enterprise systems. Mr. Anderson was also responsible for creating, building and leading Strategic Discovery’s Data Processing Team.
Mr. Anderson began his career at the law firm of Morrison & Foerster LLP. In his role as an application development manager and as a litigation paralegal, Mr. Anderson was responsible for leveraging technology to support the firm’s attorneys and clients.