Lenor and Cristin discuss the changes they are seeing in this current work from home world and the effects it might have on the future. They cover the challenges they currently are facing in the eDiscovery process during document review and production, as well as the positive changes they believe will continue in the post-pandemic world.
Discovery Counsel, McGuire Woods
Cristin K. Traylor serves as Discovery Counsel for McGuireWoods LLP in Richmond, VA, where she oversees a team of discovery lawyers, litigation project managers, and legal assistants who provide experienced discovery assistance and strategic advice to firm clients. She also manages the Richmond Document Review Center, employing cutting-edge software to manage e-discovery reviews cost effectively and efficiently by utilizing her proficiency in analytics, technology assisted review and computer forensics.
Cristin is an active member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 1 and Women in Ediscovery. She was recently awarded an Attorney Tech Evangelist Innovation Award. She is one of a select group of lawyers in the world who holds a Relativity Master Certification. Her certifications also include Relativity Certified Administrator, Relativity Project Management Specialist, Relativity Analytics Specialist, Relativity Assisted Review Specialist and Relativity Certified User. She is a frequent speaker and author on discovery issues.
Senior Counsel of Global Litigation, ABB Power Grids
A 2002 cum laude graduate of NYU Law School, and a 1998 graduate of Cornell University, Lenor practiced litigation with mammoth and boutique law firms alike before making the leap and going in-house with ABB Power Grids in the fall of 2017.
Lenor is rated AV® Preeminent™ in Martindale-Hubbell and was recognized by Super Lawyers as a North Carolina Rising Star in Business Litigation three years in a row. She enjoys interacting with the legal industry on e-discovery and technology topics, especially through teaching continuing legal education seminars. With a small cohort of like-minded e-discovery devotees, she launched the Raleigh-Durham Chapter of Women in eDiscovery, and served Board roles for two years.