Featured Keynote & Judicial Speakers

Hon. Mitchell D. Dembin,  was sworn in as a United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of California on March 18, 2011.

Prior to his appointment, he was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in San Diego and served as the Cybercrime Coordinator for the office. Before that, he was the Chief Security Advisor for Microsoft Corporation assisting Microsoft’s business customers in creating and implementing strategic security plans. Prior to joining Microsoft, Judge Dembin was the president of EvidentData, Inc., a firm specializing in computer forensics, digital evidence and computer security. Judge Dembin served four different terms as an AUSA over 20 years in San Diego and in Boston including 6 years as a supervisor. Beginning in 1991, Judge Dembin specialized in investigating and prosecuting high technology crimes. Judge Dembin started his legal career at the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC. While an AUSA, Judge Dembin is credited with having founded the San Diego Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory, a national prototype, which provides computer forensics services and assistance to federal, state and local law enforcement agencies serving San Diego and Imperial Counties. Judge Dembin is a member of the 9th Circuit Magistrate Judge Executive Board and serves as chair of its Technology Subcommittee. The Subcommittee produces a yearly guide, called “Carpe Data,” for Ninth Circuit Magistrate Judges regarding government applications for electronic data and a biannual newsletter for all Ninth Circuit judges regarding electronic discovery called “eDiscovery Bits & Bytes.” Judge Dembin was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Brooklyn College of the City University of New York (B.A. 1975) and Western New England University School of Law where he served as Managing Editor of its inaugural Law Review (J.D. 1978). He released his first CD of original music (country/folk/pop/rock), “Fat Man on Thin Ice,” in December 2013.

Daniel Martin Katz, is a scientist, technologist and law professor who applies an innovative polytechnic approach to teaching law, meshing litigation and transactional knowledge with emerging software and other efficiency-enhancing technologies to help create lawyers for today’s challenging legal job market. Both his scholarship and teaching integrate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Professor Katz’s forward-thinking ideas helped to earn him acknowledgement in the 2013 Fastcase 50, an award which “recognizes 50 of the smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law.” He was also named to the American Bar Association Journal’s 2013 Class of “Legal Rebels,” a prestigious group of change leaders in the legal profession.
Hon. Xavier Rodriguez, is a former Texas Supreme Court Justice and currently sits on the bench as a United States District Judge for the Western District of Texas.

Born in San Antonio, Texas, he received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, a master’s degree from the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs and a doctor of jurisprudence degree from the University of Texas Law School. Prior to assuming the bench, he was a partner in the international law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski (now known as Norton Rose Fulbright). Judge Rodriguez is a frequent speaker on continuing legal education seminars and has authored numerous articles regarding employment law, discovery and arbitration issues.  He is the editor of Essentials of E-Discovery (TexasBarBooks 2014).  He serves as an adjunct professor of law at the St. Mary’s University School of Law.  He was elected to membership in the American Law Institute, and is a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the Texas Bar Foundation.  In 2011 he was awarded the Rosewood Gavel Award for outstanding judicial service from the St. Mary’s University School of Law.

Shira A. Scheindlin

Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin (Ret.) joins JAMS after serving for 22 years as a United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York.

Judge Scheindlin previously worked as a prosecutor (Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York), commercial lawyer (General Counsel for the New York City Department of Investigation and partner at Herzfeld & Rubin), and Judge (Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of New York 1982-1986 and Special Master in the Agent Orange mass tort litigation). Judge Scheindlin is known for her intellectual acumen, and expertise in mass torts, electronic discovery, civil rights, constitutional, and complex litigation. During her tenure as a District Court Judge, Judge Scheindlin presided over a number of high profile cases, many of which advanced important new positions in the common law. She is also known for presiding over complex and highly-publicized cases involving civil rights and public policy, including Newton v. City of New YorkFloyd v. City of New YorkPeoples v. FischerCasale v. Kelly and Brown v. KellyFinch v. New York State Office of Children and Family Services, and many others.

Hon. Craig B. Shaffer, U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of Colorado, graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1976 and received his juris doctor cum laude from Tulane University’s School of Law in 1979.

Judge Shaffer is a member of the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules.  He has been an adjunct faculty member with the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law for the past twelve years, teaching courses on pretrial practice and electronic discovery, and is a long-time member of the faculty of the Annual ALI/ABA Environmental Litigation Seminar. Judge Shaffer has served on the Local Rules Committee for the District of Colorado and the ABA Task Force on Criminal E-Discovery, and currently is a member of the Judicial Advisory Board for the Sedona Conference, the Advisory Board for the Georgetown University Law Center’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute, and the Board of Governors for the Colorado Bar Association.  Judge Shaffer is a frequent presenter at conferences and seminars dealing with electronic discovery in both civil and criminal litigation.

SwannHon. Peter Swann, Judge, Arizona Court of Appeals, prior to his appointment to the Court of Appeals in 2008, Judge Swann served for nearly five years as a Judge on the Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, and was a partner at Steptoe & Johnson before his appointment to the bench. He serves on the Arizona State Bar Committees on Professionalism and on the Rules of Civil Procedure. Judge Swann has published numerous articles and in 2008 was awarded Judge of the Year by the Phoenix Chapter of the Arizona Board of Trial Advocates.
ThummaHon. Samuel A. Thumma, Judge, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, Vice Chief Judge (2015-present) and Judge (2012-present), Arizona Court of Appeals; Judge, Arizona Superior Court (2007-2012). Co-Editor, ARIZONA APPELLATE HANDBOOK. Co-Chair, Arizona Supreme Court Committee on the Rules of Evidence. Uniform Law Commissioner from Arizona, chairing the Drafting Committee on Social Media Privacy. Advisor, American Law Institute’s RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW (THIRD) OF TORTS: LIABILITY FOR ECONOMIC LOSS. Chair, American Bar Association’s Judicial Division Technology Committee. Planning Committee member, Appellate Judges Education Institute. Before joining the bench, Sam was a partner at Perkins Coie Brown & Bain, P.A., and an associate at Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C.

 Conference Faculty

Michael R. Arkfeld, Founding Director, ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Program

As a former assistant United States Attorney for the District of Arizona, Michael handled multimillion-dollar cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful termination and a host of other tort claims. He has appeared before both federal and state appellate courts and has extensive experience in jury (over 30 trials) and bench trials. Michael lectures and consults throughout North America and internationally on the impact of technology to the practice of law and the discovery and admission of electronic evidence.

SingletonRobert E. Singletonis Director of eDiscovery and data management for Squire Patton Boggs and a member of the eDiscovery & Data Management Team.

As such, he concentrates his practice on electronic discovery and related issues. Robert acts as the firm’s resource for lawyers and clients on matters involving electronic discovery and the production of electronically stored information. He works with lawyers and clients to manage the collection, review and ultimate production of large electronic document collections in litigation, arbitration and internal investigations in the most cost-efficient and timely manner possible. Robert has presented at continuing legal education courses on electronic discovery and ethical considerations in conducting electronic discovery.

Joy Allen Woller
is a Partner with Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie Joy represents clients in intellectual property and professional malpractice litigation in federal and state court and in inter partes proceedings before the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. As the firm’s eDiscovery and Litigation Support Partner, Joy assists the firm’s Litigation Practice Group in addressing complex electronic discovery issues and ‎counsels clients regarding complex electronic discovery and best practices.  In this role Joy also guides an interdisciplinary team of technologists and legal professionals providing litigation support across the firm’s ten offices and five states. Prior to joining the firm, Joy served as a ‎staff member to the Information and Technology Committee of the ‎Colorado General Assembly, House of Representatives.‎ Joy is a frequent speaker and author on eDiscovery and serves as a member of the eDiscovery Task Force for the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.
Lea Malani Bays, is Of Counsel at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd where she focuses on electronic discovery issues from preservation through production.

Lea has experience in a wide range of litigation, including complex securities litigation, commercial contract disputes, business torts, antitrust, civil fraud, and trust and estate litigation. She is familiar with the various stages of electronic discovery, including identification of relevant electronically stored information, data culling, predictive coding protocols, privilege and responsiveness reviews, as well as having experience in post-production discovery through trial preparation. 

Michael Burg, serves as Corporate Counsel at DISH Network, where he manages the company’s eDiscovery and IG activities.

In creating a formalized in-house eDiscovery function he supervises a team that has internalized the company’s data collection and analysis activities. As part of implementing an enterprise-wide IG program, Mike leads a cross-functional IG Council focused on open communication between stakeholders and proactive, thoughtful treatment of company data. Previously, Mike was an associate at Drinker Biddle & Reath in Philadelphia and an engineer for the US Navy. He lives with his wife and son in Denver, CO, where he enjoys camping, hiking, and chasing his 5-year old down the ski slopes.

Daniel K. Christensen, serves as Global Group Counsel of IT, Privacy & Security at Intel focusing on privacy, security, transactions, IP and M&A.

Intel sent Dan overseas for 3 years to lead an international legal team, and he recently served on a South African humanitarian project for Intel. Dan has helped Intel establish an Arizona pro bono clinic, and serves on the AZ Commission’s Access to Justice board. Prior to Intel, Dan was the chief privacy officer and assistant general counsel for a consortium of private equity groups. He has an MBA (Oxford), a JD (Utah), double bachelors (BYU), and is IAPP CIPM, CIPT and CIPP/US certified. In Jan 2016, Dan won the “Arizona In-House Counsel of the Year” award from the ACC and AZ Business Magazine.

 John P. Collins, Director-Information Governance Solutions and Office 365 Consulting Services, DTI.

John works with corporations on a wide range of eDiscovery readiness, information security, RIM, and Office 365 consulting engagements.  DTI has developed the nation’s first consulting practice focused specifically on eDiscovery and Information Governance in the most widely used cloud business application, Office 365.  John oversees the team which assesses, implements, and manages eDiscovery and IG processes in Office 365.  John has created dozens of eDiscovery response plans and ESI data maps for organizations across various industry verticals, including banking and finance, pharma, consumer products, manufacturing, and engineering; a number of these engagements included implementing legal hold software and development of supporting preservation processes.

Andrea L. D’Ambra, is a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright’s New York office where she focuses her practice on eDiscovery, information risk management and data privacy.

In an area where cost-cutting and efficiency are essential, Andrea provides practical solutions to address her clients’ electronic discovery and information risk management challenges. She also counsels clients on preservation and data management issues and has also drafted information governance and records management policies for a number of multinational companies. Andrea received her JD from William and Mary School of Law and her BS from the United States Naval Academy.

 GothAlex Goth, Litigation Support Manager with Squire Patton Boggs.

Alex has 21 years of experience in the litigation technology field – 13 years as a vendor and 8 within a law firm.  His vendor background includes the management and development of a wide array of litigation support services as well as consulting on a number of high-profile cases for various federal/state agencies and corporations.  This diverse background with both strategic development and tactical level litigation service implementation has allowed Alex to be actively involved with case teams and clients in all facets of technology related to data identification, collection, review/discovery, deposition, and trial preparation/presentation.  Alex is currently the Litigation Support Manager at Squire Patton Boggs and is a member of the firm’s Global Practice Support Group as well as the eDiscovery and Data Management Team.

Kelly Griffith, is a Senior Legal Editor responsible for eDiscovery resources available through Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law service.

Practical Law has become a leader in providing comprehensive and concise resources to attorneys in all areas of legal practice, and Kelly focuses her time on developing and maintaining resources related to the handling of electronically-stored information. Prior to joining Practical Law, Kelly spent 10 years as a general civil litigator and two years as eDiscovery Counsel and Director of Litigation Support for a regional law firm. During her tenure as a litigator and eDiscovery Counsel, Kelly handled eDiscovery in a variety of cases, from small state court actions to large, multi-state federal class actions.

Maura R. Grossman, is Of Counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, where she advises the firm and its clients on legal, technical, and strategic issues involving electronic discovery and information governance, both domestically and abroad.

Maura teaches electronic discovery both at Columbia Law School and the Georgetown University Law Center. She has served as a court-appointed special master, mediator, and expert on eDiscovery in federal court. Maura is a prolific researcher, writer, and speaker in the area of technology-assisted review. In addition to her law degree from Georgetown, Maura also holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology from the Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University.

Brad Harris, currently serves as Vice President of Product Strategy and has driven the product development strategy for Zapproved’s e-discovery product suite since 2009.

He has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology and enterprise software sectors, including assisting Fortune 1000 companies enhance their e-discovery preparedness through technology and process improvement. Brad is a frequent author and speaker on data preservation and e-discovery issues, including articles in National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel and Information Management and presentations at leading industry events such as LegalTech New York.

Jeffery Hewett, as founder and CEO of Granite Legal Systems.

Jeff has expertise in developing, implementing and supporting legal technology solutions. In his 20 year career, Jeff has managed systems selection and implementation projects, customized litigation systems development and large litigation discovery process management. Throughout his time in the legal industry, Jeff has specialized in identifying creative, cost effective solutions to technically challenging discovery problems. Jeff holds a BA in Computer Science from the University of Kansas and obtained his JD from Washburn University.

JacobTTessa K. Jacob, leads Husch Blackwell’s cutting edge eDiscovery Solutions Team and has spearheaded the firm’s efforts to provide consistent, defensible and repeatable eDiscovery solutions for our clients.

Tessa is responsible for establishing and implementing best practices for eDiscovery as well as providing the related education and training for our attorneys and litigation technology staff. A practicing attorney for 20 years, Tessa’s strong understanding of the substantive and strategic aspects of litigation informs the counsel she provides to clients and case teams on all aspects of eDiscovery. She works with clients and case teams to create strategic, cost-effective and defensible discovery plans. Tessa is knowledgeable in both the legal and technical aspects of eDiscovery.

William Kellermann,  a technology lawyer and litigator for more than 25 years, William helps clients execute sound and defensible identification, preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information for use as evidence in litigation and investigations. In addition he assists enterprises with litigation readiness and information governance counseling focused on defensible retention and disposition programs, structured legal hold and litigation response systems, data privacy and cyber security.
KershawAnne Kershaw, as an attorney and a nationally recognized data, litigation, and business information consultant Anne provides independent analysis and innovative recommendations for the management and e-discovery of legacy and active data, including backup tapes, file shares, email and archives.

Anne’s practice includes the design and implementation of protocols for the preservation and collection of data for discovery and the execution of data management and disposition recommendations. Anne also serves as a testifying and consulting expert, defending or challenging e-discovery processes and dispositions of accumulated legacy data.

dominicLanzaDominic Lanza, joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 2008, served as chief of the Financial Crimes and Public Integrity section from 2012-15, and currently serves as the Chief AUSA of Phoenix office and the Executive AUSA for the district.

Previously, Dominic worked in the Los Angeles office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where he focused on appellate and constitutional litigation, and clerked for the Hon. Pamela A. Rymer on the Ninth Circuit. He graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, where he was an All-America and Academic All-America football player and received the Barrett Award (outstanding graduate in class), and graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.

Julie Lewis,  President and CEO of Digital Mountain, has over 20 years of experience working in the high technology industry.

Prior to Digital Mountain, Julie worked at VERITAS Software, E*TRADE and in the venture capital industry in both the Silicon Valley and Boston areas. In addition, Julie worked for two of the Big 4 accounting firms doing financial and IT auditing as a CPA. Julie earned an MBA from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College and a BA in both Business Economics and Sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is a member of the HTCIA, ABA, Sedona Conference, and has received her EnCE. Julie is founding Co-Chair of the Silicon Valley Chapter of Women in eDiscovery.

Hal Marcus, Director of Product Marketing Recommind

Hal Marcus is the Director of Product Marketing for Recommind, a Gartner Magic Quadrant eDiscovery Leader year after year. After receiving his JD from the University of Michigan Law School, Hal practiced IP and antitrust litigation at an AmLaw 100 Wall Street firm before embarking on a career in legal technology starting with LexisNexis. As GC and EVP of Bus Dev for LiveNote Technologies, Hal led sales, marketing and legal strategy, helping LiveNote become the #1 most widely used litigation technology by the AmLaw 200 five years in a row. Upon LiveNote’s successful acquisition by Thomson Reuters, Hal served as VP of Litigation Product Management for the parent company, designing and launching new product lines for evidence and case management. Later, Hal worked on a wide range of eDiscovery matters as a litigation consultant for Evolve Discovery prior to joining the product marketing team at Recommind. An active industry writer and speaker, Hal has presented hundreds of CLE seminars, been interviewed by Forbes, Fortune, and Bloomberg BNA, and seen his work published by the likes of Corporate Counsel Magazine, ILTA, and the ABA Litigation Section.

MarkMichelsMark Michels, is Director in the Discovery practice of Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP.

Mark advises clients on electronic discovery related to issues such as complex litigation, commercial disputes, and internal investigations. Mark has more than 13 years of experience in devising multi-faceted corporate discovery programs, including developing compliance processes, and evaluating and implementing solutions for collection, processing, review, and production of diverse data.

 Tom Morrissey, is Senior Director of Legal Operations & eDiscovery. Tom is responsible for the development and implementation of technology in the Office of the General Counsel at Purdue Pharma LP. He is also responsible for all aspects of collection, preservation, discovery and production of documents and data in support of legal matters. Tom works closely with counsel, vendors and consultants in support of these efforts. His experience prior to Purdue was as the Manager of Practice Systems for Summation Legal Technologies,/CaseVault in New York. Prior to that, he was the Manager of Practice Support Services at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP in New York. Tom has been in the legal profession for over 30 years as a litigation paralegal, paralegal manager and litigation support manager.
Justin Murphy, is a Trial Attorney with the Department of Justice Criminal Antitrust Division in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining the Division, he was with Crowell & Moring LLP in Washington, D.C., where he practiced in the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement and E-Discovery and Information Management Practice groups.

Dan Oseran, Senior Director and Counsel; Global Privacy, Business Ethics & Compliance 

Daniel Oseran has worked at eBay (and previously PayPal) since 2009 and in the information technology field since 2000. He currently manages corporate privacy matters for eBay’s privacy compliance program and its employee population. In addition to privacy compliance matters, Dan is responsible for eBay’s global business ethics and compliance program.

Donald Pierson, Consultant, EnCE, PMP, LSSGB, is an experienced Legal Project Management (LPM) client service leader.

Donald holds a Master’s Certification in Advanced Project Management. He has over 23 years of successful litigation support experience in substantive case development and technical hard/software support. Donald is principally skilled at managing an international business unit – LPM teams, litigation technology, budgets, resources, and systems. He has extensive knowledge of electronic discovery best practices, comprehensive early case budgeting, vendor management, and EDRM workflows designed to minimize client costs and eDiscovery risk. A few of his specialties are, Data analytics, Advanced Analytics CAAT certified, digital forensics (EnCE), budgeting, projects, Agile, empirical process control, communicating, negotiating, motivating, and de-escalating, as well as implementing eDiscovery Poka-Yoke.

Karen Painter Randall, a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, is the founder and chair of the Cyber Security & Data Privacy and co­ chair of the Professional Liability Groups at Connell Foley LLP.

Ms. Randall is responsible for educating this firm’s attorneys and staff about cyber-risk. She represents clients in complex litigation and regulatory compliance/defense involving cyber security and data privacy, social media, professional liability, employment law, business litigation and insurance law. She provides counseling, representation and advocacy services to a wide range of professionals and businesses in federal and state courts. A member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Ms. Randall represents clients across a broad range of industries, including legal, healthcare, financial and retail, on data protection and regulatory compliance laws. She also develops proactive plans to reduce the risk of a cyber­ attack and provides counseling on risk/security assessments. In addition, she works with businesses to implement policies and procedures, security awareness training for employees, and incident response planning and response.

RayNiloy Ray, eDiscovery Counsel, as a member of Littler’s eDiscovery Group.

Niloy has a nationwide practice specializing in the litigation of critical eDiscovery issues and challenges. Reinforcing the firm’s commitment to providing its clients with leading-edge solutions in this critical area of the law, he routinely advises clients on efficiently meeting preservation and “meet and confer” obligations, developing strategies for effective data harvesting, review and production, implementing cost-shifting/costreduction techniques, and addressing the admissibility and authentication of electronic evidence. An active litigator, he regularly handles hearings and motion practice on matters relating to eDiscovery.

Damon Reissman, Senior Manager at Deloitte

Deloitte drives progress. Our firms around the world help clients become leaders wherever they choose to compete. Deloitte invests in outstanding people of diverse talents and backgrounds and empowers them to achieve more than they could elsewhere. Our work combines advice with action and integrity. We believe that when our clients and society are stronger, so are we.

 K. Royal, is an attorney and compliance professional with over 25 years of experience in the legal and health-related fields, which provides her a thorough perspective when implementing or overseeing programs globally.

K is skilled in privacy laws, breach management, compliance, training, and program development. K has a particular interest in technology along with its challenges and opportunities. K is an adjunct professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and is currently in the dissertation phase of her PhD in Public Affairs. As an attorney, she has received numerous honors, including being named the Member of the Year for the Association of Corporate Counsel (out of over 40,000 members worldwide).

Jim Shook, Director, DPS Cybersecurity & Compliance Practice, Dell EMC. Jim works at the intersection of legal and technology to assist organizations in understanding and meeting their obligations for cybersecurity, eDiscovery, data retention, privacy and compliance. Prior to Dell EMC, Jim was a commercial litigator and the general counsel to two technology companies. He earned a BS in Computer Science from Arizona State University and a JD from the University of Arizona.
Mark S. Sidotia commercial litigator and Chair of the Gibbons E-Discovery Task Force.

Mark is recognized as one of the preeminent practitioners in the field of e-discovery and frequently lectures and publishes on e-discovery and information governance topics. He has served for several years on the faculties of the Arkfeld-ASU eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference and Georgetown Law School’s prestigious eDiscovery Training Academy. Mark serves on the Board of Editors of Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence, and is involved in numerous standard-setting organizations in the field. He is recognized among New York’s leading lawyers by New York Super Lawyers, and is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Leon Silver, is the National Practice Group leader of Gordon & Rees’ Retail & Hospitality Practice Group and a member of its Privacy & Data Security, Securities Litigation, Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups.

Leon has authored and led seminars on the national security and business ramifications of the collection of consumer data and defending data-breach litigation. Primarily a trial lawyer he handles complex commercial and real estate disputes for a variety of industry clients. Leon is a member of the Sedona Conference WG11 for Data Security and Privacy Liability and co-drafter of its Incident Response Guide and a past Chair of DRI’s Commercial Litigation, Cyber Security SLG.

Speros billBill Speros is an attorney consulting in evidence management. Bill consults to the defense bar—corporate counsel and their attorneys—regarding technologies and techniques to manage evidence, attorneys, staff and vendors.

Oftentimes Bill serves as “whispering” expert at meet and confers, depositions, and burden-related hearings. Bill served as adjunct Director of E-Discovery (4000+ hours) to the trustee of the Bernie Madoff estates, the largest Ponzi scheme in history, helping manage evidence’s accumulation and assessment to discover who knew about the scheme and where the money went. Prior to opening his consultancy in 1989, Bill and his wife backpacked around the world.

Jennifer G. Swanton, currently serves as Discovery Counsel for Medtronic, PLC and is based in Charleston, SC.

Jennifer is responsible for overseeing the preservation, collection, processing and review of data needed in response to a variety of matters as well as developing and implementing long-term Discovery strategy. She also serves as the legal advisor for the Records Management, Information Governance, Privacy and Cyber Security teams. Prior to joining Medtronic, Jennifer worked as both a Project Manager and Technical Sales Consultant at an eDiscovery vendor where she consulted with law firms and corporations on the best approach for their eDiscovery needs. 



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