About Our Company

Evidox is a leading provider of ediscovery services including collection, preservation, processing, hosting, and production.

Evidox differs from other vendors in its legal-centric approach. Its founders have AmLaw 100 backgrounds and previously ran the largest in-house ediscovery facility in New England.

The guiding philosophy of Evidox is that ediscovery is not a technical issue; it is a legal issue with a technical solution. As such, questions of scope and cost remain in the hands of the supervising attorneys, not the technicians. The technology serves the legal process rather than driving it.

Evidox and its principals have conducted thousands of ediscovery projects in hundreds of cases involving many terabytes of data and many millions of documents. In every case, however, the primary objective has been to make the project as small and inexpensive as possible consistent with the requirements of the discovery process.

Our Team

  • James Berriman, CEO of Evidox

    James Berriman, Esq.
    Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder

    Prior to co-founding Evidox, Mr. Berriman was a practicing AmLaw 100 litigator with a background in litigation technology. He has been developing and supporting litigation-technology systems since 1982. From 1990 to 2006, he was an attorney at Goodwin Procter LLP. As Senior Counsel and Director of Litigation Technology, he founded the firm’s Litigation Technology Group and grew it to a team of 15 specialists occupying a 4,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility that he designed. He coded and implemented the firm’s litigation case-management system. He established the firm’s scanning and digitizing labs, its e-discovery review facilities, and its trial technology systems. He has presented electronic evidence at a number of trials, including United States v. Martha Stewart and Peter Bacanovic.

  • Dana Conneally, Esq.
    Chief Strategy Officer

    Prior to joining Evidox, Mr. Conneally was National Manager of Litigation Technology, Goodwin Procter LLP. He began managing complex litigation discovery projects in 2000. Mr. Conneally’s experience includes digital forensic investigations, electronic data preservation and collection, and drafting discovery motions. He is also an Encase Certified Examiner. At Evidox, Mr. Conneally is responsible for identifying developing technologies that can be utilized to mitigate risk, increase productivity, and reduce costs related to the discovery process. He received his J.D. from Suffolk University School of Law, his B.A. from Gordon College, and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.

  • John Bodnar
    Manager of Technical Services

    Mr. Bodnar supervises Network operations and technical operations for Evidox and is also our senior project manager for complex projects. A computer engineer, he began his career by providing network services for law firms and then spent several years providing ediscovery services for Williams Lea.

  • Jamie Kerr
    Manager of Hosting Services

    Mr. Kerr started with Evidox in 2010 after working as an ediscovery specialist for three years at Kirkland & Ellis followed by two years  at Fulbright & Jaworski. With a focus on supporting document review and production, Mr. Kerr now manages the hosting team.

  • Peter Kohler, Esq.
    Manager of Digital Forensic Services

    Mr. Kohler has been a part of the Evidox team since 2013, working with clients to support their ediscovery and digital forensics projects.  In addition to his legal training, Mr. Kohler is a certified computer and mobile device forensic examiner. Prior to joining Evidox, Mr. Kohler advised foreign banks regarding their obligations under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. In addition to his legal work, Mr. Kohler has experience in financial services as well as non-profit project management.

  • Eric Califano
    Senior Project Manager and Professional Development Coordinator

    Mr. Califano came to Evidox in 2007 from Valora Technologies where his focus was on project management and performing quality audits on outgoing work product. At Evidox he specializes in processing digital evidence, project management and manages the quality control procedures, protocols and initiatives. He received his bachelor’s degree in Government from Clark University in 2004.

  • Sam Bastawros
    Senior Project Manager

    Mr. Bastawros’s roadway to Evidox started in 2002 after achieving a Masters Degree in Computer Engineering. First, his ediscovery career started as a Legal Technology Specialist in one of the top 10 NYC law firms, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP. With great focus on data analysis and complex projects, he became the lead specialist to his group of analysts, assisting attorneys and paralegals in each step of the case life-cycle. His next move was Fulbright & Jaworski LLP where he managed a team of Database Analysts for the Eastern Regional offices of the firm. As the Regional Database Coordinator, he provided administrative, technical and operational integration of litigation support technology to the firm’s attorneys and clients. Mr. Bastawros manages Evidox’s Case Notebook hosting platform and supports Caselogistix large e-discovery and collection projects.