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Leveraging Technology for Information Governance and Data Privacy

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: February 05, 2020
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  • Information Governance
  • Challenges to Information Governance
  • Building a Data Map
  • InfoGov Solutions
  • Key Takeaways: How to Approach InfoGov
  • Q & A

Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute
Recorded: February 5, 2020


It’s now routine for organizations to turn to technology to solve eDiscovery problems, but only recently have they started to consider how data analytics and other tools can improve their information governance and data privacy initiatives.

This session will explore new applications of legal technology tools for identifying sensitive data, such as personally identifiable information, banking information, and healthcare records, and redacting, anonymizing or otherwise remediating that information.

This program was recorded as part of's Legalweek Conference on February 5th, 2020.

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Marla Crawford

Vice President, Associate General Counsel, Legal & Regulatory Proceedings
Goldman Sachs

Marla Crawford is currently a Vice President, Associate General Counsel in the Litigation Group of the Legal Department at Goldman Sachs where she has diverse responsibilities, including managing the Firm’s global e-discovery efforts, managing civil litigation and regulatory matters, and advising on issues of law and technology.

She practiced law at Jones Day for 25 years, specializing in the discovery phase of litigation. She has worked on securities law, product liability, commercial, bankruptcy and employment law cases concentrating on electronic discovery issues. Marla’s expertise involves counseling corporations with respect to the preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information. Marla is a regular speaker on electronic discovery issues.

Marla is a graduate of Duke University and a magna cum laude graduate of the Boston University School of Law. 

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Jan Dormsjo

Assistant General Counsel & Vice President
Bank of America

Jan is an Assistant General Counsel and Vice President at Bank of America, where he has been a member of the Discovery Management Group for the last seven years. As a part of his day-to-day responsibilities, he provides strategic and legal advice on all aspects of discovery in complex, large scale civil litigation matters, and ensures that discovery-related processes are being performed in a repeatable, defensible manner consistent with the bank’s discovery protocols. Jan is also a champion of Technology Assisted Review within the legal department and has lead internal initiatives designed to educate department members regarding its use and promote widespread adoption of the workflow.

Prior to working at Bank of America, Jan had several years of experience working for a leading managed review services provider.

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Matthew Miller

Vice President, Global Information Governance Advisory Services

Matthew Miller is a Vice President of Consilio, a global leader in Legal Consulting & Legal Services.Matthew is a Vice President, Global Information Governance Advisory Services, at Consilio, based in Los Angeles, California. He is a non-practicing attorney with over 16 years’ experience. His unique perspective provides an unbiased risk and cost minimizing approach towards managing and protecting data. Mr. Miller has enabled his clients to mitigate risks and reduce costs by improving processes, enhancing existing investments, while obtaining increased productivity from people and technology resources. Matthew specifically focuses on providing information governance, data privacy, eDiscovery, and forensic investigation solutions to his clients. Leading the Information Governance Advisory Services practice, Matthew’s team of professionals consult corporations and law firms on developing and/or improving data privacy and information governance workflows, while leveraging technology to solve real business challenges. He previously managed the West Region Business Development team for Consilio.

Prior to Consilio, Matthew co-developed the Information Governance Services offering at Ernst & Young LLP, where he spent 6 years in their Forensic Technology & Discovery Services practice. He has handled complex projects such as protecting sensitive IP and data disposition, where his team scanned 10 petabytes of data to identify ‘crown jewels’ and ‘ROT’, led the advanced forensic recovery team for EMEIA related to the SONY hack, and led a 12-country DOJ anti-trust litigation response and 3-year compliance monitor engagement for a global bank.He is a thought leader, frequently speaking on best practices for data management and data protection, with over 30 appearances in the United States, Canada and Australia.

Before EY, Matthew was the Product Manager for EnCase eDiscovery and Legal Hold at Guidance Software and ran Forsythe Technology's Information Governance & eDiscovery practice implementing both process and technology solutions across the U.S. Matthew is quoted in the article “How Do Top Cybersecurity Experts Keep Our Data Safe?”, in the Compliance Week article “Getting a Grip on Investigations and Data”, and recently co-authored a published whitepaper, titled: “How to Prepare for the CCPA: Know Your Data”.

Matthew received his BS from Syracuse University Whitman School of Business and his JD from Hofstra University School of Law. He is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG11) and the E-Discovery / Information Governance Board of Advisors at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He is also a member of the ACFE. Matthew is also an Instructor for CMSI 660 Cybersecurity Fundamentals / Intro to Cybersecurity within the Seaver College of Science and Engineering at Loyola Marymount University, one of the core course requirements for the Cybersecurity Certificate Program.

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Joanne Lane

Director, GRC Information Management and Client Services

Joanne R. Lane is Director at Merck, in the IT Risk Management & Security organization. She is responsible for eDiscovery, Records & Information Management, and IT Relationship Management to Legal, Compliance, and Security. She applies practical technology and process solutions to manage risk and increase efficiency, and collaborates with diverse stakeholders and business partners.

Joanne is an active member of the legal technology and information management communities, with Fortune 500 as well as large and small law firm experience, and leadership roles in industry associations.

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