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Diane Kuhn

Litigation Attorney

Diane Kuhn, a litigation attorney and member of the Firm's eDiscovery team, leverages experience and technology to deliver quality, cost-efficient eDiscovery searching and review services.

Professional Biography

Diane Kuhn, a litigation attorney, works closely with legal teams to ensure that the key facts are found quickly, that searching protocols are clear, defensible and proportionate, and that document reviews are conducted to the highest standards and best practices. Diane has been a licensed lawyer for more than three decades, including litigation experience, with the last seven years being primarily focused on eDiscovery and document review. She recognizes the critical need to apply both process and judgment to all projects, with all efforts being geared toward providing client value by finding the facts of the case faster and managing the scope of the review by effective searching and review protocols.

Diane assists trial teams in all aspects of eDiscovery that involve searching and reviewing ESI. She has extensive experience in search term refinement, meaning that she is adept at taking large datasets and fine-tuning a search strategy that is reasonably designed to the issues in the matter. Diane also has extensive experience overseeing document reviews of all sizes, whether involving large or small datasets, around numerous issues of varying complexity. Leveraging technology, eDiscovery best practices, and critical judgment and experience, Diane works with legal teams on an effective search strategy that facilitates early identification of key documents and targeted document review.

As an experienced review manager, Diane has seen countless issues involving privileges and immunities, and has managed the creation of countless privilege logs, ensuring accuracy and proper privilege and work product protections by developing and implementing quality control and quality assurance protocols. Diane works with review attorneys to ensure efficient, cost effective work flows, management to budget and project completion on or before established deadlines.

  • Member – Tennessee Bar Association
  • Member – Nashville Bar Association


  • Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 1984, cum laude
    • Cardozo Law Review
  • Boston University, B.A., 1978, magna cum laude


  • Tennessee, 1984

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