Andrea D'Ambra, Norton Rose Fulbright's US Head of E-Discovery and Information Governance, has been appointed to the Sedona Conference's Steering Committee of Working Group 1.
Working Group 1 is arguably the leading think tank for e-discovery in the United States and is well recognized for its leadership on e-discovery issues. The Sedona Conference Principles are the most cited commentary by US judges when addressing e-discovery.
Appointees are selected based on their capacity for dialogue and working to achieve consensus, subject matter expertise, their records of significant contributions to Working Group 1 meetings and drafting team efforts, and demonstrated commitments to the mission of The Sedona Conference.
D'Ambra (New York) focuses her practice on data privacy, e-discovery, cross border discovery, and cybersecurity. Her appointment, which began January 1, is for three years.