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eDiscovery Solutions Architect

Michelle has over fifteen years of ediscovery management and litigation support, including law firm, client services, and in-house experience at a Fortune 50 company. She has worked with organizations of varying size, including complex and highly-matrixed international businesses. At Lighthouse, she offers clients unparalleled access to design and implement a cost-effective ediscovery program, as well as provides innovative technology and program solutions tailored to client’s specific needs.

Are you ready for May 25, 2018?  What you need to know about GDPR and how to create your playbook.

Published Thu, February 15, 2018 by Michelle Lippert

Lighthouse recently held its seventh annual Illuminations Panel Event during Legaltech New York. During the event, leading industry experts discussed the key steps to success in creating a GDPR playbook. This blog will cover a high-level summary of what was discussed in the panel entitled, Creating a GDPR Playbook – Key Steps to Success.

Navigating Your Legaltech Experience… With Ease

Published Wed, January 11, 2017 by Michelle Lippert

Legaltech is one of the largest events of the year for those of us in the ediscovery industry. It is fast paced, news filled, and packed with information around ediscovery, as well as the current and emerging technology landscape. For many, it also feels like a “reunion” of sorts, as you will undoubtedly see people from your professional past – planned and unplanned. Seeing professionals and friends from throughout your career not only lends to great socializing, but creates tremendous networking opportunities as well. You will not only get...

Key Steps to Building a Proactive eDiscovery Program

Published Thu, August 04, 2016 by Michelle Lippert

In a recent survey conducted by the Compliance, Governance, and Oversight Council (CGOC) and the eDiscovery Reference Model (EDRM), “75% of Global 1,000 companies are vulnerable to fines and sanctions in eDiscovery cases because they fail to keep up with data retention objectives.” In the same study, “85 percent of respondents pointed to cross-departmental collaboration as a key to data retention and many blamed a department other than their own for failing to meet objectives.”  

Mobile Devices in Discovery – Blessing or a Curse?

Published Tue, March 15, 2016 by Michelle Lippert

Alarm goes off late, one of the kids cannot find their backpack for school, the dogs still need to be fed, and you have a meeting in less than 1 hour. Good morning chaos! You grab the car keys off the table and manage to get out the door in record time with everyone fed and intact. You are finally on the road when you realize your car is running on empty.  You quickly drop off the kids at school and rush to the gas station to fill up just enough so that you are not running on fumes and can make it to your meeting on time. Sitting at the gas...

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