Gregory C. Lowrimore is a Senior Analyst with the firm and is experienced in product liability litigation, environmental litigation, regulatory oversight, criminal and family law, civil and criminal investigations, and project management. For the past 20 years he has worked with Fortune 50 and 100 clients, responding to complex issues and guiding decision makers in developing proactive and creative solutions to issues arising in litigation. Greg’s experience includes e-discovery, document analysis, fact witness investigation, development of defense strategies, and supporting trial teams in tobacco, pharmaceutical, talc, medical device, and asbestos litigation.
Key projects and responsibilities include:
Developing electronic resources to manage and track important litigation information including work product, expert witness testimony, and how company documents are used in depositions and trials.
Preparing analyses on potential vulnerabilities and areas of immediate litigation/discovery concern in connection with litigation holds and document productions.
Researching and evaluating legal, scientific and technical data from multiple sources and effectively communicating findings, concepts, facts, and suggested courses of action to trial teams.
Supervising and coordinating large scale and complex document collections, including conducting initial interviews with management and team leaders to identify key players and those who maintained documents for various teams.
Prioritizing on site document collection and review of critical and active files to get key information into the review/analysis process as quickly as possible.
Developing “issue coding” within document review platforms in order to identify critical and defensive documents and prioritize documents needing additional review by litigation teams.
Greg also draws on more than 16 years of experience in law enforcement, hostage negotiations, crisis intervention, and conflict mediation to analyze facts, assess risk factors, and effectively deploy resources to address critical client and trial team needs.
Analyst, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, L.L.P., 1998–2011
Assessment Coordinator, Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital, 1994–1998
Deputy Juvenile Officer, 27th Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri, 1988–1994