Kenneth Jones is the author of American Soccer Dream. He is an avid fan of the United States National Soccer Team as well as Chelsea FC.
Professionally, Ken leads Xerdict Group LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sedgwick that provides litigation support extranets to clients. Xerdict offers web-based collaboration products that help our clients manage complex litigation data, such as litigation calendars, case management data, litigation costs, discovery materials and litigation documents in a secure and efficient online portal.
Mr. Jones' professional history includes information management and applications development positions in Fortune 500 companies, at which he led efforts to build innovative website content management systems, to construct worldwide internet-based financial collection and reporting systems, and to implement SAP modules in functional areas such as order processing, manufacturing and logistics.
Mr. Jones also works closely with Sedgwick's E-Discovery, Data Management & Compliance Practice Group. He uses his technology-based expertise to guide clients through a variety of electronic discovery areas, such as streamlining discovery reviews. He also shows clients how to use information management roadmaps to identify the location, scope and relevance of their electronic data, known as Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) early-phase preparation activities.
In addition, he serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for Law Technology News magazine.
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50 Hockey Rules
by Ken Jones
50 Hockey Rules provides 50 pages of entertaining, quick-hitting advice for hockey players and fans alike, using the New Jersey Devils 2011-2012 season as a case study.
American Soccer Dream
by Ken Jones
Published: August 8, 2011.
American Soccer Dream is a work of fiction, a novel about the U.S. National Soccer Team achieving great success on the world stage in 2014. Follow the United States team as they work together to revamp the program to accomplish great things in Brazil.
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