Nick Weier is a litigation attorney who concentrates his practice on e-discovery strategy, advice, and services; antitrust and trade regulation; and complex commercial litigation. His litigation experience also includes investigations, data security and privacy matters, and high-stakes litigation across several practice areas.

Nick frequently counsels clients on sophisticated discovery issues, from data collection and preservation; review and production; discovery disputes and deficiencies; and utilization of various practice-technology tools, including AI-assisted tools. Nick also assists clients in high-stakes antitrust issues in both plaintiff and defendant-side litigation, in healthcare and other industries, as well as pre-litigation antitrust analysis from both plaintiff and defendant perspectives.

Nick has experience leading the Honigman strategy and logistics efforts for large e-discovery projects for multiple billion dollar-plus litigations – as well as other high-stakes litigations – supervising teams of dozens of attorneys and litigation-support staff from multiple law firms, while also integrating large outside-review vendors into the broader work streams of the cases. As a result, he routinely serves as a consultant on a range of e-discovery issues and strategy, both for Honigman attorneys and aligned lead, local, and co-counsel. Nick also has experience leading innovation efforts in the Litigation Department, leveraging internal software, external technology and technology vendors, and alternative staffing arrangements to provide tailored services to meet unique client needs on litigation engagements ranging from traditional litigation and arbitration matters to large-scale third-party subpoena responses.

In addition to his litigation practice, Nick holds several leadership positions across the firm, including as Practice Group Leader of the Interdepartmental Attorney (“IDA”) Practice Group; the Service Line Leader of the Flexible Staffing service for Honigman FOCUS; and leading e-discovery training and other e-discovery initiatives within the Litigation Department.






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