Paul serves as national e-discovery counsel for Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in employment and labor law matters worldwide. In this capacity, he and his team of e-discovery lawyers and litigation support professionals provide focused guidance and expertise on electronic discovery to the firm's 800+ lawyers located in 51 offices across the U.S. and the firm's clients.
Paul is a nationally recognized thought leader in the area of electronic discovery. He has lectured and published extensively in the area and his work has served to educate lawyers, judges, and business people about the technical and legal issues governing electronic discovery. Paul has represented companies across the U.S., ranging from small, start-up organizations to Fortune 50 companies and has served as trial counsel in jury and non-jury trials, as well as in large commercial arbitrations. Paul has also served as a court-appointed e-discovery special master for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and is on the inaugural roster of e-Discovery Special Masters for the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Paul is also extremely active in the community, the bar, and pro bono organizations, including the Temple American Inn of Court, the Georgetown Law Advanced e-Discovery Institute, the Sedona Conference, the Center City Opera Theatre, and Breastcancer.org. Paul has been active in breast cancer awareness causes for years, including organizing a "Courage Night" fundraiser in Philadelphia that was part of a national event held in 12 major U.S. cities to honor women under the age of 40 who have been affected by breast cancer, increase awareness about the importance of early detection, and raise funds for breast research and education.
Paul’s sister, Geralyn Lucas, is a 15-year survivor of breast cancer and a global activist for breast cancer awareness (she is the author of the book Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy, which became an Emmy-nominated Lifetime Television movie of the same title that has been broadcast around the world).