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Travis A. Bustamante

Travis A. Bustamante

Partner

One Wells Fargo Center
301 South College Street
23rd Floor
Charlotte, NC 28202
travis.bustamante@nelsonmullins.com

Travis's litigation practice focuses on electronic discovery, data breach response efforts, information governance, and litigation readiness. He works with clients in state and federal courts on issues of discovery strategy and provides counsel regarding legal holds and data preservation, fact investigations, deposition preparation, meet and confers, discovery motions practice, and document productions.

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Travis's litigation practice focuses on electronic discovery, data breach response efforts, information governance, and litigation readiness. He works with clients in state and federal courts on issues of discovery strategy and provides counsel regarding legal holds and data preservation, fact investigations, deposition preparation, meet and confers, discovery motions practice, and document productions.

Travis’s experience includes counseling Fortune 500 healthcare, financial services, and pharmaceutical clients in large-scale litigation and in response to government inquiries during all phases of the electronic discovery reference model. Pre-litigation, he counsels clients on strategies to address the ever-growing volume of data and defends those strategies in the event they face challenges during future litigation.

Travis also has experience counseling clients in response to data breaches and developing tailored discovery strategies to respond to litigation and regulatory requirements. He frequently advises clients on developing defensible strategies to preserve the attorney-client privilege and work product.

Travis A. Bustamante

Fortune 500 healthcare, financial services, and pharmaceutical clients in large-scale litigation and in response to government inquiries during all phases of the electronic discovery reference model. Pre-litigation, he counsels clients on strategies to address the ever-growing volume of data and defends those strategies in the event they face challenges during future litigation.

Travis also has experience counseling clients in response to data breaches and developing tailored discovery strategies to respond to litigation and regulatory requirements. He frequently advises clients on developing defensible strategies to preserve the attorney-client privilege and work product.

Travis's litigation practice focuses on electronic discovery, data breach response efforts, information governance, and litigation readiness. He works with clients in state and federal courts on issues of discovery strategy and provides counsel regarding legal holds and data preservation, fact investigations, deposition preparation, meet and confers, discovery motions practice, and document productions.

Travis’s experience includes counseling... Fortune 500 healthcare, financial services, and pharmaceutical clients in large-scale litigation and in response to government inquiries during all phases of the electronic discovery reference model. Pre-litigation, he counsels clients on strategies to address the ever-growing volume of data and defends those strategies in the event they face challenges during future litigation.

Travis also has experience counseling clients in response to data breaches and developing tailored discovery strategies to respond to litigation and regulatory requirements. He frequently advises clients on developing defensible strategies to preserve the attorney-client privilege and work product.

Experience

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Experience

  • Practices in the areas of product liability litigation, e-discovery and litigation readiness, healthcare litigation, and antitrust
  • Experience in taking and defending fact witness and 30(b)(6) depositions
  • Routinely advises clients on defensible approaches to the preservation, collection, and production of electronically stored information and helps develop strategies for clients to address electronic discovery challenges in litigation
  • Regularly counsels clients regarding the application of the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine in large-scale litigation
  • Counsels clients on data breach response and develops the discovery strategy to identify potentially compromised information

Previous Professional Experience

  • Clerked for legal department of large private retail petroleum company
  • Former summer intern for the Honorable Jose E. Martinez in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
    • Drafted court orders and bench memorandums, examined motions to prepare factual statements for summary judgment opinions and worked closely with judicial clerks in analyzing issues before the Court

Education

  • Washington and Lee University School of Law, JD (2011)
  • University of Mississippi, BA, Economics and Spanish, cum laude (2008)

Admissions

  • Florida
  • North Carolina
  • Tennessee

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  • Sedona Conference
  • Electronic Discovery Institute
  • DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar
  • North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys 
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