Gil Keteltas is a trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience litigating complex commercial, tort, and government enforcement disputes. Gil has extensive experience in the courtroom and has served on the trial and defense teams of two of the largest government enforcement actions in history. As lead trial counsel, Gil won an unprecedented trial verdict demonstrating that the California Air Resources Board unconstitutionally impaired contracts of the world’s leading diesel engine manufacturers. His national trial practice benefits from his experience in electronic discovery. Not simply an e-discovery consultant, Gil is an advocate who commands the discovery process in the trenches of significant litigation, informed of the burdens, risks, and strategic opportunities associated with electronically stored information. He is editor of, and a regular contributor to, BakerHostetler’s Discovery Advocate blog.
Gil is the author of numerous publications concerning e-discovery, is active in The Sedona Conference, serves on the Advisory Board, Planning Committee and Faculty of Georgetown Law's Advanced E-Discovery Institute, and regularly teaches seminars on electronic discovery and electronic evidence.