For more than 25 years, I was an in-house lawyer for BP, Amoco, and Schlumberger in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. I retired from BP where I had been the Programme Director, Global Information and Records, and the Information Policy Director. I led a global program to redevelop the corporation's approach to information governance for paper and electronic information, both unstructured and structured.
I work on the Monitor's team for two different antitrust matters, one under the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission and the other under the jurisdiction of the Canadian Competition Bureau.,
I have also been involved for many years in knowledge management in the inhouse legal environment. I have written and spoken on this topic and others on numerous occasions. Copies of some of my major presentations and articles are provided under the Menu item to the left labeled Articles & Presentations, or by clicking this link.