Gina Sansone is the Manager of Litigation Support and an eDiscovery attorney in the firm’s antitrust and complex litigation groups. She specializes in counseling the firm and clients on legal, technical and strategic issues involving electronic discovery and information management, both in the U.S. and abroad. Gina manages discovery in merger investigations, civil litigations and other government inquiries involving substantial projects under extremely tight deadlines. This includes selecting appropriate vendors and consultants to assist with the collection, processing and review of data, negotiating vendor agreements favorable to clients and coordinating with the client’s information systems employees to properly preserve and collect data from multiple sources. Further, Gina manages the firm’s eDiscovery group and contract attorney teams, which involves monitoring work flow, productivity and deadlines.
In addition to managing large discovery projects, Gina negotiates and implements discovery protocols with private parties and government agencies, and counsels clients on long-term strategies for handling electronic discovery. She is also responsible for educating the firm’s attorneys about new developments in electronic discovery case law and technology. Gina is also an adjunct professor at Pace Law School where she teaches an Electronic Discovery class.
- The Sedona Conference® Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production ("WG1")
- New York State Bar Association
- ABA Requires Lawyers to Understand Technology, New York Law Journal, July 15, 2013
- JD, cum laude – University of Florida, College of Law (2003) Honors: Recipient of the Book Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Virgil Hawkins Civil Clinic
- BS, summa cum laude – State University of New York at Albany (2000)
- New York
- US District Court Southern District of New York