The Intersection of the January 6th Committee and e-Discovery: Perspectives from House Investigative Counsel
The January 6th Committee was tasked with sorting through mountains of data, much of which was collected from mobile and social media. It was essentially a real-life masterclass in e-Discovery, with the whole nation watching. Casey Lucier, a current Partner at McGuireWoods, worked as Investigative Counsel for over a year on this matter. She will share her experiences with us—from a personal and professional perspective, including the role of e-Discovery in the outcome. Join us for this very special Women in eDiscovery session.
Casey Lucier is a partner at McGuireWoods in the firm’s nationally recognized Government Investigations and White Collar Litigation Department, representing companies and individuals in government and internal investigations as well as complex commercial litigation. She has particular experience advising retail industry and manufacturer clients on antitrust and anti-corruption matters and has successfully defended corporate clients as well as individuals in the consumer retail, financial services, and healthcare sectors in connection with criminal antitrust cartel investigations and other types of criminal investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice.