Jennifer Mott Williams helps clients develop and implement efficient ways to manage increasingly challenging electronic discovery processes. She advises clients on end-to-end discovery processes, including litigation holds and preservation, ESI protocols, collection strategies, data culling and iterative search term processes, and the overall document review and production process. Jennifer works closely with clients to implement best practices for information governance, including data retention and disposition, remote worksite policies, and strategies to protect key information assets.
Virtually unheard of 20 years ago, increasing data volumes and ever-changing technologies have resulted in e-discovery and information governance exploding onto the legal scene. Corporations face a wide array of overlapping and competing e-discovery and information governance laws and regulations impacting the use, retention and disposition of electronically stored information (ESI). This second edition of The e-Discovery and Information Governance Law Review provides a general overview of e-discovery and information governance.