Learn the secrets to streamline eDiscovery by taking an inside look at how social media giant Twitter and Am Law 100 do eDiscovery differently

This exclusive, roundtable discussion with powerhouses from both the legal and social media spheres will focus on helping you achieve smart policies to streamline eDiscovery of your web content.

What you'll learn:

  • Cycle time management: Hear what today’s leading experts are doing to reduce eDiscovery cycle time when collecting web content.
  • Smart policies: Learn the who, what, where, why, and how’s of using communication platforms like Slack, Yammer, and Confluence.
  • Search, target, review: Find the information that matters, how to workspace connectivity and integration techniques.


Hosted by Jim Donahue of Hanzo, this round table discussion will feature:

Wendy Riggs

Sr. Manager, eDiscovery and Litigation Operations, Twitter

Wendy Riggs is the Senior Manager, eDiscovery and Litigation Operations for Twitter, Inc. in San Francisco. She oversees Twitter's eDiscovery efforts, including data mapping, retention, preservation, review, and production. In addition, she manages vendor relationships, supervises and guides the legal billing process and provides budget oversight and analysis. Prior to joining Twitter in 2013, Wendy successfully developed and implemented eDiscovery processes at Zynga and, while in the law firm environment, worked with clients to identify, preserve, and collect relevant data.

Kelly Twigger

Principal, ESI Attorneys

Kelly Twigger is the Principal of ESI Attorneys, one of the first law firms in the country dedicated to advising clients on issues in electronic discovery, open records and FOIA, compliance and information management. Kelly’s practice includes consulting with clients on information governance and ediscovery and acting as eDiscovery counsel for law firms, corporations and municipalities. In 2014, the Wisconsin State Bar recognized Kelly as a Legal Innovator for her development of eDiscovery Assistant, a web based and mobile software eDiscovery playbook that allows users to effectively manage the complex electronic discovery process together with curated rules, cases, forms and checklists. Kelly is also a co-author of Electronic Discovery and Records and Information Management, a legal resource book updated annually and published by West, a nationally recognized speaker, writer, and go-to expert on eDiscovery and information management issues. She is a regular guest lecturer at law schools across the country, blogger and ediscovery columnist for Above the Law.

Chris Costello

Senior eDiscovery Attorney, Winston & Strawn

Christopher Costello is a senior eDiscovery attorney who concentrates his practice on eDiscovery and complex commercial matters, including residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities, contractual disputes, real estate transactions and foreclosures, partnership disputes, as well as securities fraud and white collar actions. He has managed all aspects of client relationships and cases, from inception through trial. Representative clients include major financial institutions, foreign real estate investment funds, inventors of environmentally friendly technologies, and businesses across a wide variety of industries. Mr. Costello is a member of the Leadership Committee of Winston & Strawn's eDiscovery & Information Management Practice Group, the chair of the eDiscovery marketing committee, co-chair of the International and Cross-Border Discovery Committee, and the editor of eDiscovery Advantage, a quarterly newsletter that identifies and summarizes significant eDiscovery cases and developments affecting clients and attorneys alike. He also advises clients on document retention, presentation, and litigation preparedness programs and helps clients review and revamp existing legal hold and document collection practices and prepare for Rule 16 and Rule 26 conferences.

Jim Donahue

VP Sales, Hanzo

Jim focuses on market strategy, product expansion, and business development for the company’s enterprise web and social media archiving products and solutions. Previously, Jim was Vice President Enterprise Management for Merrill Corporation and Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Lextranet, a leading provider of eDiscovery document hosting solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments, acquired by Merrill in 2007. Jim graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and later served as a deep-sea diver in the U.S. Navy.