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Marc R. Jenkins '03

Adjunct Professor of Law 
Director and Corporate Counsel, Asurion

Marc Jenkins is director and corporate counsel for Asurion, which provides device equipment protection, where he negotiates revenue contracts with mobility and broadband clients, advises on data, privacy, technology and product management, design and development issues, and drives legal operations process improvement and innovation. Prior to his current roles, Professor Jenkins was associate general counsel and executive vice president for Nashville-based Cicayda, a litigation support software and services company. He is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, a founding member of the Prometheus Project (Nashville Friends of E-Discovery), the American Bar Association Section of Science and Technology committees on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Litigation Technology and Data Privacy, and a member of the Compliance, Governance & Oversight Council. Prior to his time at Cicayda, Professor Jenkins was the founder and managing partner of Hubbard & Jenkins, where he focused on information and litigation risk management, and a partner with Hubbard Berry & Harris, where his diverse law practice included healthcare, TennCare/Medicaid and commercial litigation, government contracting and relations, land use, zoning and eminent domain.

Area(s) of Expertise

Electronic discovery


Representative Publications

  • "Information, Knowledge and the Pursuit of Privacy," 38 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 485 (2015)
    Full Text | WWW
  • "The Future of eDiscovery in Tennessee," 1 Belmont Law Review 181 (2014) (with Roe Frazer)
    Full Text | SSRN | PDF
  • "eDiscovery Can and Must be Affordable," Nashville Bar Journal Vol. 14 No. 7 (August 2014)
    Full Text | PDF