Lisa Lukaszewski has over 18 years of experience providing advice to a diverse client base on information governance, eDiscovery, and data privacy issues in business and litigation environments. Whether working with heavily regulated Global Fortune 500 companies on high-stakes litigation or developing records retention policies for a start-up, Lisa tailors her advice to the needs of the client.
Some of Lisa’s recent work experience includes:
Developing, documenting, and executing processes to analyze and properly dispose of over 90% of legacy backup tapes and obsolete paper inventory
Structuring and supervising the complete transition of systems, electronic records, and paper records from one Fortune 500 client to its two acquiring companies
Preparing and delivering policies and training to clients and their employees on records retention, acceptable technology use, and appropriate use of voicemail, instant messaging, and social networking tools
Preparing Fortune 500 corporate representatives for 30(b)(6) testimony regarding information management practices
Assessing information governance and litigation readiness of Fortune 500 companies
Providing guidance on the approach for predictive coding to ESI collection and processing efforts
Designing global Records Retention Schedules for companies operating in over 35 countries
Most recently Lisa served as Counsel at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, where she developed particular insight into legacy data remediation projects and post-merger integration of information governance and eDiscovery practices. She has extensive experience preparing witnesses for deposition, trial, and other testimony regarding records management and marketing practices. Before joining Hughes Hubbard, Lisa concentrated her practice on all phases of eDiscovery and records management at Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner and later with Daley & Fey. Lisa began her career in civil and commercial litigation at Shook, Hardy & Bacon.