About the author: For more than a decade I have been litigating business and IP disputes. During that time I have dealt with clients, lawyers, and judges who have varying degrees of appreciation for the challenges of managing discovery in an electronic age. Until a few years ago, I was an attorney at a large, Texas-based law firm, where I represented clients in state and federal court nationwide. In the fall of 2011 I made a long-desired move back to the Midwest and am now a partner at Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Crueger LLC, a litigation boutique based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where I continue to litigate while also consulting with business and law firms on e-discovery issues (before, during, and after litigation arises). When I’m not exploring Wisconsin with my children, practicing law, or writing on legal subjects, I also enjoy writing on quasi-legal subjects at The Legal Geeks, recently named by ABA Journal as one of its Top 100 Blawgs.
About the website: e-Discovery Matters is an online resource that analyzes the court decisions and government actions/laws/regulations impacting e-discovery issues in U.S.-based litigation. This site’s Twitter account (@eDiscMatters) provides updates regarding this blog as well as other online news discussing the latest decisions and government actions impacting e-discovery.