Nashville-based electronic discovery and digital forensics company DSi announced today John Berghoff will serve as eDiscovery consultant and new head of the Chicago office.
Berghoff (pictured) brings more than 15 years of experience supporting corporate legal departments with various technologies, according to a release. Recently as senior corporate solutions manager for Wilmington, Delaware-based Corporation Service Co., Berghoff managed a team to support more than 30 Fortune 500 clients.
Prior to working for CSC, he oversaw global accounts for Dayton, Ohio-based legal services provider LexisNexis.
Berghoff received his bachelor’s degree in communication from Purdue University.
“We welcome John and are certain that his deep understanding of the litigation support industry will benefit our clients,” John Burchfield, DSi president, said in the release. “Additionally, he is well-established in the Chicago community and will be instrumental in extending our presence in the area.”
Electronic discovery company DSi has set up shop in Washington, D.C., by hiring litigation support and eDiscovery specialist Vic Moravitz. The 28-year veteran of the litigation support sector was most recently a director at First Advantage Litigation Consulting and before that was a regional director of Daticon EED and vice president at Trion Technology.
“We’ve seen a significant demand increase for our services in the greater D.C. area, and this expansion is proving a substantial growth opportunity for DSi,” Vice President of Business Development John Burchfield said. “We are eager to begin working with Vic as we continue to help law firms and corporations with their eDiscovery needs.”
Litigation support services company DSi has hired Brian McGraw to be its director of information technology. McGraw comes to downtown-based DSi from Des Moines, Iowa, where he was IT director at Belin McCormick, a 30-attorney law firm. A graduate of Upper Iowa University, he also has served as the IT manager at Feed Energy/Riverhead Resources.
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