Duke Advisory Group
The principals at Duke Advisory have a combined industry experience of over 100+ years of advising law firms and corporate clients in managing all aspects of
We started Duke Advisory to offer quality services at a fair price. We deliver real client value by meeting our client’s needs on time and within budget at a reasonable market rate.
We leverage our expertise to deliver the most optimal, client-centric solutions while providing a white-glove experience to our clients. What does that mean for you? We help your organization find, implement, and optimize the best technology for your needs. We are professional, responsive, and accessible.
Greg W. Duke
President & CEO
Since entering the eDiscovery marketplace in 2005, Greg has led numerous sales, marketing, client service, and consulting teams delivering progressive solutions across their eDiscovery and compliance needs. Technology innovation has rapidly evolved over the past 20 years requiring a more complex skill set and workflows to effectively manage eDiscovery requirements. Greg has helped his clients address and resolve e-discovery challenges head-on by aligning people, workflows, and technology to deliver client value.
Greg has worked on a diverse portfolio of matters that includes the following:
Handled a multibillion-dollar product liability case for a pharmaceutical firm in which more than 30 terabytes of ESI
Managed an HSR Second Request for the merger of two telecommunication firms consisting of over 2.5 terabytes of ESI
Consulted with multiple corporations and law firms associated with the MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether) groundwater contamination lawsuits
Established a consistent discovery response plan across multiple law firms and corporations in several multidistrict litigation matters
Collected, processed, reviewed, and produced responsive data relating to Alaska's north slope oil spill
Principal and Managing Director, Digital Forensics & Consulting
Weber brings over 20 years of expert eDiscovery/Digital Forensics consulting experience to our firm. In addition, David has practiced law for over 25 years specializing in complex civil litigation, white-collar criminal defense, and labor and employment matters. David has served as Discovery Practices Counsel for a national electronic discovery company and as a Director of Discovery Services for a national litigation consulting firm. David possesses extensive experience in investigating complex litigation matters, creating discovery strategies for clients involved in large-scale discovery—including drafting discovery requests specific to eDiscovery, preparing affidavits and declarations, and walking clients through the data analytics process.
Frequently, corporate clients require solutions/counseling related to the privacy and security of their confidential, electronically stored information (ESI)—specifically, when they harvest client/personal information. Pressures can come from impending litigation, industry-related compliance requirements, and governmental privacy laws like the EU GDPR and the newly enacted California Consumer Privacy Act. Areas, where his experience can assist in building client ESI solutions, include Data Preservation-related to impending litigation.
Andy has over 25 years of experience as a consultant and sales leader in the areas of enterprise software, technology, and professional services for the e-discovery, data hosting, and information governance markets.
He has created partner programs and developed sales teams for several companies, including CA, Fios, StoredIQ (IBM), and Catalyst Repository Systems. Andy excels at providing sales enablement and optimization solutions using proven methods, processes, and measurements to achieve financial and business objectives.
Andy has an MBA in finance and an MA in International Business from the University of Texas at Dallas, Jindal School of Management. He also holds a Bachelor's degree in technology from Purdue University.