David Varacchi, Vice President in Stroz Friedberg’s Electronic Discovery & Disclosure practice, assists clients and manages the New York-based Stroz Friedberg Review Support Team. Together with the Team, he delivers a wide range of client support: training sessions for new users, creation of user licenses, assisting clients in constructing and running complex queries, organizing documents per client instruction, distributing documents to reviewers, preparing and QC’ing production sets, and resolving technical issues. Mr. Varacchi regularly provides proactive recommendations on utilizing the advanced features and artificial intelligence offerings of Stroz Friedberg Review Platform. His suggestions help eliminate user inefficiencies, prevent reviewer error, and lead to successful, timely productions with reduced review time resulting in significant cost savings. He is also instrumental in implementing numerous system enhancements to ease large-scale document review.
Mr. Varacchi joined the firm when Docuity, Inc., where he was Senior Account Manager, was acquired by Stroz Friedberg. At Docuity, he was responsible for new business development within the legal and corporate industries, generating in a 12-month period more than $1.2 million in revenue, of which 90% was new business accounts. Mr. Varacchi performed account management services including project planning, training, problem solving, quality control functions, technical support, and collections.
Mr. Varacchi was previously a Regional Sales Manager for New Jersey, upstate New York, and Long Island at Daticon, where he was responsible for establishing new relationships with top law firms and corporations, creating marketing mailers highlighting service capabilities, and establishing a sales library of proposals, marketing materials, procedures, and success stories.
Earlier, as a Senior Consultant at Ernst & Young, Mr. Varacchi worked on a variety of investigative and forensic accounting matters across diverse industries. His experience includes the analysis of expenditures and other claim items for a large financial institution to aid in a $300 million insurance claim for World Trade Center losses; participation in the investigation of an insurance company’s business practices toward minorities dating back to the early 1900’s; and assisting in the investigation of a major pharmacuetical manufacturer by utilizing eDiscovery forensic tools to analyze deleted email.