Meggan is an excellent addition to our team. Clients will benefit from her ability to listen, her knowledge of the industry and her desire to help them find the best solutions to their eDiscovery document review challenges.
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
Advanced Discovery, a leading eDiscovery and document review solutions provider, is pleased to welcome its new vice president of client relations to the Managed Document Review Department. Meggan will work from the San Francisco office while supporting clients throughout North America.
In her role as VP of client relations, Meggan will collaborate with law firms and corporations to develop cost-effective, overarching electronic discovery plans. She will work with clients to understand their litigation needs, then design alternative document review staffing strategies, customized workflows and project management protocols. Meggan will also assist in the proactive recruitment of candidates to match clients’ litigation and document translation needs.
John Sanchez, director of Document Review Solutions for Advanced Discovery, sharing his confidence in his new team member, said, “Meggan is an excellent addition to our team. Clients will benefit from her ability to listen, her knowledge of the industry and her desire to help them find the best solutions to their eDiscovery document review challenges.”
Prior to joining Advanced Discovery, Meggan spent seven years working with law firms and corporate legal departments as a client development manager for a national legal staffing company. This experience directly correlates with many of the responsibilities of her new position. Outside work, Meggan volunteers her time as a running buddy for Girls on the Run, a non-profit organization serving third through eighth-grade girls that has developed a curriculum designed to inspire and motivate the girls, encourage lifelong health and fitness and build confidence through accomplishment.
“I’m looking forward to the transition and offering my clients a full end-to-end solution from collection to production,” said Meggan. “Advanced Discovery’s integrated eDiscovery platform adds value and defensibility to our client engagements.”
Meggan graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a BA in criminology, a minor in sociology and certification in non-profit leadership from American Humanics. While in college, Meggan completed a summer clerkship with the Honorable Judge David Gregory Kays, federal judge for the Western District of Missouri. She was also program coordinator for the Jackson County Family Court.
ABOUT ADVANCED DISCOVERY:
Advanced Discovery is a leading provider of eDiscovery services to clients worldwide in both the legal and corporate communities. Our services include computer forensics, electronic discovery, early case assessment, web hosting, document review and paper discovery. Advanced Discovery offers technology solutions that assist law firms and corporations to quickly and accurately reduce vast amounts of electronically stored information into essential and searchable data sets, effectively providing a high-value product at a low comparative cost. Headquartered in Mountain View, California, Advanced Discovery maintains 11 facilities across the continental U.S. More information is available at http://www.advanceddiscovery.com
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