While document collection, analytics, and review are crucial—and much discussed—phases of e-Discovery, document processing is similarly important and can have lasting consequences for any review of electronic data. Document processing consists of taking the raw data collected from its source and transforming that into a readable format that can be used and manipulated by attorneys.
John C. Molluzzo, Jr. is an associate in the Litigation Practice of the firm's New York office. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including residential mortgage-backed securities litigation. John represents corporations, financial institutions and non-profit organizations in a wide variety of litigation matters, including securities litigation, government investigations, and contractual disputes. He has taken matters to trial, including in bankruptcy court and before Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitrators. John also has a rigorous pro bono practice, where he has litigated matters for non-profit organizations and minors seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.