Cokinos | Young Establishes Tier-1 In-House Litigation Support with New Hire, Chester Washington

It is with great pleasure we welcome Chester Washington to the firm. Chester joins the Houston office as the Director of Litigation Support & E-Discovery Services. He will lead Cokinos | Young’s data, analytics, and client services teams and spearhead the creation of comprehensive solutions to address clients’ litigation needs.

“Chester’s experience in litigation support and the E-discovery realm is unparalleled,” says Gregory Cokinos. “We are thrilled to welcome him to our CY Family.”

Chester comes to us with 16+ years of trial experience and experience on the vendor side of e-discovery. Chester’s knowledge spans data forensics, data processing, review management, review analytics, and advanced production.

Chester will deliver cost-effective, creative solutions with current and future E-discovery vendors. In addition, Chester is well-versed in litigation support project management. His comprehensive set of offerings will ensure efficient and consistent data collection, data processing, review management and data production.

We are excited to have Chester join the firm and look forward to working with him.  Welcome to the CY Family, Chester.

About Cokinos | Young

For 32 years, Cokinos Young has led the way in smart, knowledgeable construction & commercial real estate law. Today, our team of over 100 dedicated professionals provides all aspects of construction law to general contractors, project managers, design professionals, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, sureties, insurance companies, owner/developers, and lenders. We provide both transactional and litigation services to clients in commercial, industrial, civil, pipeline, offshore, heavy highway, and residential construction. And we’re growing beyond Texas with offices open coast-to-coast. Savvy. Tough. Dedicated. That’s Cokinos. Learn more at

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