Lauren Grimaldi joins WortzmansFebruary 7, 2014
Lauren has experience in both civil litigation and regulatory e-Discovery matters. She has expertise in all aspects of e-Discovery files from preparation and training to project completion. Lauren provides quality control guidance and feedback to first level reviewers and acts as a supervising lawyer on complex review projects. She regularly attends e-Discovery continuing education programs and is very knowledgeable about e-Discovery best practices, law and tools.
Lauren graduated from Queen’s Faculty of Law in 2005. Before working with Wortzmans, Lauren articled with a full-service firm focusing on criminal, family, and civil litigation. In her free time, Lauren enjoys swimming, hiking, and cooking.
Wortzmans offers its clients specialized legal and technical advice relating to e-Discovery and information governance. Our team of lawyers, project managers and a forensic engineer provide advice on all of the phases of e-Discovery from preservation to production. That is our core business. The firm also offers legal and technical perspectives to assist in developing information governance strategies and in drafting defensible, easily-implemented policies and protocols. Our Technology Strategies group monitors technology continually to enable us to recommend the best-in-breed solutions available to support all e-Discovery, and information governance client needs.