We are excited to announce these talented professionals as the speakers for the Virtual One Conference.
Senior Corporate Counsel – eDiscovery, Delta Air Lines
As Senior eDiscovery Counsel at Delta Air Lines, Amanda manages and oversees all eDiscovery processes for litigation and regulatory matters. She combines her substantive knowledge of the facts and legal issues with her technological knowledge to reduce burdens and costs, identify potential risks associated with current business practices, and implement policies and procedures for increased data security and defensible preservation and collection of data. She regularly provides counseling and strategic advice to in-house and outside counsel on all eDiscovery issues, ranging from Litigation Holds to ESI Protocols and document review workflows.
Prior to moving in-house, Amanda worked at Troutman Sanders eMerge as a Senior Discovery Attorney & Project Manager. There, she managed all stages of discovery on a variety of matters including EPA, SEC and DOJ investigations; bankruptcy disputes and numerous litigations including antitrust, commercial, financial services and pharmaceutical.
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Founder, eDiscovery Assistant & Principal, ESI Attorneys
Recognized by Corporate eDiscovery as one of the voices driving the conversation in eDiscovery, Kelly Twigger is a practicing attorney, software developer, blogger, author, and speaker on issues in electronic discovery and legal technology. As Principal at ESI Attorneys, Kelly manages a boutique eDiscovery and information law firm that acts as operational business partners with its clients to advise law firms, corporations and municipalities on all areas of electronic information including eDiscovery, privacy, cyber security and information governance.
Kelly is passionate about teaching lawyers how to identify and leverage electronically stored information for the best outcomes. She is the creator and founder of eDiscovery Assistant, an online resource for case law, rules, checklists, forms and learning in electronic discovery. Kelly is a regular blogger on Above the Law and for ESI Attorneys and eDiscovery Assistant and one of the co-authors of Electronic Discovery and Records and Information Management, published by West and updated annually.
Cristin K. Traylor
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.
Lenor Marquis Segal
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.
Founding Partner & CEO, Asylas
Mary-Michael is the Founder and CEO of Asylas, one of Nashville’s preeminent Cyber Security Consulting firms. Since 2015, her team has been focused on providing the highest level of Security Awareness Training, Penetration Testing, Vulnerability and Risk Management, and Industry Specific Information Security and Privacy Consulting Services.
Mary-Michael is a highly respected leader in Nashville’s Technology and Business community. She was winner of the Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence Award in 2014 and has led teams at multiple organizations to award winning levels of success in both Revenue Growth, Operational Excellence and Customer Satisfaction.
Alicia M. Hawley
Discovery Counsel & Chair of Taft Discovery, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
Alicia is Discovery Counsel at Taft, Stettinius & Hollister and serves as the eDiscovery and Litigation Services Group Chair. As both a former corporate criminal investigations litigator and in-house counsel, Alicia has a unique perspective on case development through the eDiscovery process. Her expertise includes both routine and complex eDiscovery issues, Best Practices, case development, fact investigations, and narrative development.
She has represented Fortune 500 companies, banks, broker-dealers, C-suite executives, and financial institutions in investigations and prosecutions by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, the Illinois Inspector General, and the Illinois Attorney General. She also has experience in Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitrations, commercial civil disputes, and patent, trademark and trade secret litigation.
Principal, TechLaw Crossroads
Stephen is a frequent speaker, blogger and writer. He publishes TechLaw Crossroads, a blog devoted to the examination of the tension between technology, the law and the practice of law.
He is co-chair of Secretary and part of the Leadership Council of the ABA’s Law Practice Division. Stephen serves as Chair of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Law Practice Task Force and Webinar Chair and Steering Committee member of Defense Research Institute’s Law Practice Management section. Stephen is a national litigator and advisor primarily in the mass tort, business and consumer class action, and privacy and data breach arenas.
Federal Criminal Defense Attorney
Meggan is a versatile trial attorney offering a solid track record of
litigation success and experience in various facets of criminal law,
employment law and law enforcement advising. Over her career she has thrived in a courtroom setting and excelled at client rapport, discovery, and deposition. She is a proven civil servant advising high ranking government officials and law enforcement on complex legal issues involving the safety and security of the United States.