Margo Eckstein brings over 20 years of diverse experience to her work for Redgrave LLP clients. From information governance initiatives to record and information management compliance projects, to the full range of work required for complex litigation and eDiscovery matters, Margo’s strategic thinking and technical skills allow her to support the Firm’s clients across a wide range of needs. Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Margo worked for a global, AMLAW 10 firm where she held various roles of increasing responsibility. Most recently, she designed and implemented firm-wide policies and procedures to manage the proper preservation, collection, and defensible disposition of firm records and information in offices around the world. She also consulted on efforts to improve the efficiency and reduce risk associated with the firm’s electronic document management system. As a leader of the firm’s litigation support team, Margo was responsible for designing and managing the operations of a department which supported large, complex litigation matters—many for Fortune 100 clients. Margo also provided guidance to internal legal teams and diverse clientele on a broad range of topics including legal technology, vendor selection, project management, and other eDiscovery best practices.
ORGANIZATIONAL INVOLVEMENT & MEMBERSHIPS
Margo is a Member of the Technology Subcommittee for the Seventh Circuit eDiscovery Pilot Program and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, & TECHNICAL SKILLS
Margo received a B.S. from Northern Illinois University. Certifications and technical skills include: Georgetown Law E-Discovery Training Academy, CaseSoft Support Certification, Concordance Certified Software Trainer (CCST), Clearwell, Relativity, LAW, Summation, TimeMap, TrialDirector, Sanction, Autonomy DMS, and LegalKey.