Presented by Emily Small, Esq. and Desiree Marek
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Emily Small, Esq.
Emily Small is the Director of Advanced Technologies for Epiq Managed Services (EMS) clients. Emily closely partners with EMS clients to implement best practices, develop and revise processes and documentation, and collaborate on educational programs and initiatives. She aids with initial scoping and consultant assignments, provides oversight of services, and serves as an escalation point. Emily also supports workflow design and implementation on individual matters (at any stage).
Ms. Small has over a decade of eDiscovery experience. Prior to joining Epiq in 2015, she worked at a major eDiscovery vendor, in-house at a global technology company, and as an attorney specializing in family law. She has a J.D. and is barred in Massachusetts.
Emily currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area but grew up on a remote island off the coast of Maine (where her family still resides).
Desiree Marek is an Analytics Consultant for Advanced Technologies at Epiq, specializing in government investigations. Desiree partners with outside counsel and review teams to consult on best practices and options for technology assisted review (TAR).
Ms. Marek has over two decades of eDiscovery experience. Prior to joining Epiq in 2020, she worked for two major eDiscovery vendors and in-house for a global law firm. Desiree holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Montana and a wide range of eDiscovery certifications.
Desiree grew up in the mountains of Montana and currently resides in Northern Arizona.
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