Erin Tison | Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Erin Tison is a Senior eDiscovery Attorney at Orrick. She advises clients on eDiscovery and discovery matters in the federal courts. She brings substantial federal court litigation experience, including first-chair trial work, to guide clients through the discovery process to mitigate risk that might affect the overall outcome. She focuses her practice on responding to government regulatory, civil, and criminal investigations, as well as government and general complex commercial litigation.
Erin advises on the eDiscovery aspects of responding to government subpoenas and information requests and provides strategic guidance on complex legal and privilege issues. Her practice also involves conducting internal investigations of companies around the world, including interviewing corporate executives and employees and analyzing complex documents, data, and other information.
Meghan Podolny | Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Meghan Podolny is counsel in the Hunton Andrews Kurth’s litigation practice and the head of the Information Governance & eDiscovery Group, which focuses on providing state‐of‐the‐art data management and strategic counsel for clients on information governance and eDiscovery planning to corporate clients across multiple industries. Her experience includes developing and implementing best practice guidelines on enterprise‐level information governance and approaching her clients’ eDiscovery challenges with innovative and cost‐effective technology solutions that promote efficient handling of complex data management projects.
She frequently serves as eDiscovery counsel to advises and lead massive discovery response plans, often in response to internal investigations, governmental subpoenas or other requests. Ms. Podolny regularly leads presentations advising clients and lawyers alike on preservation obligations and strategies, predictive coding, and cross-border discovery issues. She is also a frequent speaker and writer on a number of issues related to electronic discovery, data preservation, privilege waiver, and employee communication privacy concerns.