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Trent Livingston

Mr. Trent Livingston, a Managing Director at T3C Solutions, provides expert services, educational training, and testimony surrounding electronic discovery, intellectual property theft, software design and development, as well as complex structured data systems and process automation. He possesses almost two decades of hands-on technology experience and computer programming expertise.  Mr. Livingston has lectured at the Masters Conference in Washington, DC, Legal Tech New York, and Legal Tech West in Los Angeles, and has been published in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, The Data Security and Privacy Law Journal and The New Jersey Law Journal.  He resides in the greater Seattle area of Washington state.

Rising to the challenges presented by today’s “big data”, Mr. Livingston is adept at combining both consulting and innovation using his accomplished programming skills to solve his client’s complex data related compliance and litigation tasks.  He works hand-in-hand with senior leadership roles within both corporate IT and legal environments, and possesses an in-depth understanding of the challenges that face the ediscovery industry and their outlying components.

Mr. Livingston is proficient in multiple web technologies, structured data analytics, technical project management, information governance, intellectual property and complex data discovery and analysis. His work has rewarded him with recognition in his field, being interviewed by various trade publications and syndicated legal networks, as well as being published in several legal blogs. He has also testified at both the Federal and State judicial levels.

Mr. Livingston is also an Adjunct Professor for Golden Gate University teaching complex data discovery. Prior to founding T3C Solutions, he has held positions as a director with iDiscovery Solutions, principal with LECG, senior consultant for SPI Litigation Direct, and served as an ESI production manager and consultant at Electronic Evidence Discovery (now DTI). Previous to his work in ediscovery, Mr. Livingston was a software test engineer and developer at Microsoft.