Lauren Schwartzreich, Shareholder and eDiscovery Counsel at Littler Mendelson P.C., assists Littler lawyers and clients on all aspects of electronic discovery, including initial preservation obligations; developing strategies for efficient and effective data harvesting, review and production; implementing cost-shifting/cost-reduction strategies; and the admissibility of electronic evidence at trial. Lauren also manages all aspects of eDiscovery for Littler CaseSmart – Class Action™. She regularly speaks and publishes on eDiscovery, social media, privacy, and litigation technology issues. Lauren is the Chair of the National Institute on E-Discovery (American Bar Association), an annual conference bringing together influential leaders in the field of eDiscovery for a full day course designed to assist in-house counsel and practicing attorneys with managing eDiscovery. She is also an active member of The Sedona Conference,® a renowned nonprofit, research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy, where she has served as a member of drafting teams for thought leadership publications concerning eDiscovery, including the “possession, custody, or control” standard under Fed. R. Civ. P. 34, Bring Your Own Device (“BYOD”) technologies, and social media. Lauren previously served as the Secretary for the LGBT Rights Committee for the New York City Bar Association and is a member of Littler’s Pride affinity group.
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