Post Process

Everything to do with E-discovery & ESI


Hi! My name is Roland Bernier (Scroll Down) of Phillips 66, I work and play in the field of electronic discovery and computer forensics. I’ve done this type of work for about 16 years, now. I have a BS in Computer Information Systems, a law degree from the University of Houston Law Center, and am licensed to practice law in Texas. I have also obtained the EnCE (EnCase Certified Examiner) and EnCEP (EnCase Certified E-Discovery Practitioner) certifications. My Linked-In page is here.

I’ve started this blog because I have an insatiable need to converse about all things ESI and EDD. I know, it’s not normal…but there it is.

Any opinion stated here is my own, and is not necessarily shared by my employer.  Nothing within the contents of this blog constitutes legal advice and no communication on this site should be construed to establish an attorney-client relationship.  If you need a lawyer, get one.

6 Responses to “About”

  1. ediscovery from the trenches said

    Found your blog today on a Google Alert of “electronically stored information”.

    I’m an infosec manager in a Fortune 50 corporation who starting doing ediscovery fulltime this year. Great information you have here.

    I’ll start following and comment as appropriate.

  2. Mike Simon said

    A great site here so far – and lots of good stuff, but I have to confess that I am going to miss much of it if you do not put in an RSS feed. I just cannot spend time tracking down blogs and sites for updates anymore, especially considering that most do now have RSS feeds.

    Mike Simon
    Technology Counsel

  3. rjbiii said


    Thank you for taking the time to read, and to make a comment. I’m grateful that you enjoy the content of Post Process. Concerning your question on RSS feeds, this blog automatically generates a feed at:

    You may plug that into your reader or aggregator, and it should work. I have added a “subscribe to feed” widget on the right column of the front page to make subscriptions easier.

    If you have any suggestions on topics or content, or any other ways in which I can make the blog more useful, by all means please let me know.

  4. Just wanted to drop you a short note to let you know I really enjoy your blog and have added it to my Blogroll.

    Perry, L. Segal, Esq.

  5. Isaac said

    Hi R –

    We featured your recent post on cross border discovery requests on our Best of Industry Blogs page. If you like our site we would love to be included in your Resources section.


  6. rjbiii said

    Post Process likes Pivotal Discovery. You’ve been added!

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