Tina Shin is an experienced attorney specializing e-discovery and document production in complex litigation matters. She leverages technology to strategically cull large sets of data to ensure that the document review process is cost-effective and defensible for the client.
Tina has managed all aspects of the discovery and document production process and ensures productions and trial preparation efforts are comprehensive and defensible. This includes document collection, data management and culling, document review, quality control and privilege review, final production checks, and fact development. In particular, she has significant experience in developing, negotiating, and applying search terms to limit review sets, and often uses Technology Assisted Review (TAR) and other platform analytics. She also has significant experience conducting quality control reviews prior to production and identifying key documents in preparation for depositions and trial.
Prior to joining Hilgers Graben, Tina managed document reviews for a variety of complex litigation matters. She advised a healthcare services company and co-counsel on discovery strategy and review workflows in federal multidistrict litigation (MDL) and state court litigations related to prescription opioid medications. Tina has counseled clients engaged in high-stakes commercial litigation regarding nonconforming aircraft parts, intellectual property infringement claims, and antitrust matters. She also has extensive experience with government investigations, such as U.S. Department of Justice investigations, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigations, and responding to Civil Investigative Demands. Tina collaborates with merits counsel to advise clients on all phases of e-discovery strategy and negotiates on behalf of clients during discovery conferences and meet and confers.