Harsha Kurpad counsels clients on complex eDiscovery needs in precedent setting regulatory and litigation matters across multiple industries.  

Mr. Kurpad draws on a large breadth of technical and legal knowledge, including at the cutting edge of Technology Assisted Review, to efficiently and effectively address clients’ eDiscovery needs. He has extensive experience managing eDiscovery for Second Requests and investigations involving the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Solutions-oriented, he operationalizes workflows to set clients up for success, address potential pitfalls early, leverages industry leading tools, and manages issues efficiently.

He collaborates across the firm’s renowned Litigation & Trial Department, enacting lessons learned and developing best practices during complex eDiscovery matters, including those with a global nexus. Mr. Kurpad also leverages the skills he gained while achieving an advanced degree in Genetics and Molecular Biology, allowing him to apply a pragmatic, methodical lens when assessing clients’ eDiscovery matters.

A thought leader, Mr. Kurpad regularly speaks on eDiscovery issues at industry events and CLE programs. Before joining Latham, Mr. Kurpad worked at a leading eDiscovery vendor.

Bar Qualification

  • District of Columbia


  • J.D., Villanova University School of Law, 2007
  • M.A., John Hopkins School of Medicine, 2003
  • BS, Pennsylvania State University, 1999