PHILADELPHIA, November 16th, 2022 - Nicole Gill, an attorney with CODISCOVR, has been selected to join The Sedona Conference Working Group Series 6 Brainstorming Group (WG6) on the Data Security Law and Personal Information Protection Law in the People’s Republic of China. The Sedona Conference (TSC) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, intellectual property rights, and data security and privacy law. The brainstorming group will consider applicable regulations and enforcement actions impacting cross-border discovery and information governance and provide guidance to assist multinational corporations in complying with these regulations and potentially conflicting legal obligations concerning cross-border discovery in civil and regulatory investigations.
Gill is an eDiscovery attorney who concentrates her practice on electronic discovery in higher education, financial services, construction, antitrust, government investigations, white-collar, insurance defense, and health care and life sciences contexts. She manages complex and high-profile eDiscovery projects and routinely navigates data and privacy protection laws across many domestic and foreign jurisdictions. Gill is adept in organizing large-scale data collections and manages complex document review workflows by leveraging advanced technologies and analytics to increase efficiency. She also implements quality control procedures to mitigate risk and counsels both clients and colleagues on issues related to eDiscovery, information governance and data management.
Cozen O’Connor’s eDiscovery team is an integrated group of attorneys and in-house technical professionals with unmatched skills in the areas of technology and eDiscovery. They combine cutting-edge technological savvy with an immense amount of hands-on trial experience to manage the entire life cycle of the eDiscovery practice. Additionally, their eDiscovery team addresses, contains, and prevents information governance problems and issues.
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