Bianca A. Poindexter Page is a staff attorney in O’Melveny’s eDiscovery Litigation Group. She is currently managing fact discovery for complex civil litigation matters that can involve millions of documents in the areas of intellectual property, entertainment, antitrust, securities regulations, commercial business, second requests, and internal investigations. Bianca advises attorneys regarding various e-discovery protocols, tools, and evidence analysis techniques.
She performs quality control of document reviews to ensure successful data investigation and production, and develops projections for client electronic discovery planning and costs. Bianca develops case strategy by merging the factual findings with the legal process to inform and direct colleagues and ultimately clients. She also coordinates the evidentiary protocol and case needs with various e-discovery vendors.
She is proficient in a broad range of e-discovery data management tools and has worked on the following platforms: Attenex, Catalyst, Clearwell, Concordance, Discovery Partner, HP (formerly Stratify and Autonomy), iCONECT, Relativity, Ringtail, Stroz, and Xerox.
Bianca has extensive experience in:
- Helping case teams build their electronic databases with vendors to tailor fit their discovery goals.
- Managing large and small attorney review teams, at one time helping to oversee a team exceeding 100 attorneys for the landmark case AMD v. Intel.
- Handling client party productions along with managing the review of adverse-party and third-party inbound data.
- Compiling defensible privilege logs and managing deposition preparation reviews.
In addition to e-discovery, Bianca has assisted with client interviews, as well as research toward the development of an e-discovery case digest for firm wide reference. Prior to joining O’Melveny in 2005, Bianca had approximately five years of experience as a civil litigation associate practicing wrongful death, toxic torts and bad faith litigation, with an emphasis in insurance coverage with exposure over US $1 million.
In that capacity she was responsible for drafting and arguing motions attacking pleadings including demurrers and motions to strike; as well as, dispositive motions, e.g., motions for summary judgment, petitions to confirm appraisal, motions to compel discovery, and motions for clarification.
She prepared and responded to written discovery and conducted depositions of regular witnesses, in addition to handling client, opposing counsel, and expert witness contact and correspondence.
- Loyola Law School, J.D.: Dean’s List; Chief Note and Comment Editor, Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review
- University of California at Los Angeles, B.A., Political Science
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