Michelle is a nationally recognized litigator focused on electronic discovery law, data privacy, cross border discovery, and AI technology exploration. She counsels clients on the development and execution of defensible eDiscovery processes in connection with contentious, high-stakes commercial litigation, products liability cases, antitrust matters, and internal and government investigations. Michelle regularly advises multinational corporations on data loss and records retention, as well as challenges and solutions generated by emerging technologies.

Michelle frequently writes and speaks about issues and solutions related to electronic discovery. She was recognized in 2019–2022 by The Legal 500 for Dispute Resolution: E-Discovery and recognized by Chambers Global in 2021–2023 and Chambers USA in 2020–2023 for her work in E-Discovery & Information Governance. Clients have described Michelle as “absolutely phenomenal; a truly trusted adviser” and “a true visionary in e-discovery; [who] cuts right to the heart of the matter and finds practical solutions that support overall trial strategy.” 

  • Recognized as a “2023 Relativity AI Visionary,” Relativity, 2023 
  • Ranked in E-Discovery & Information Governance, Chambers Global, 2021–23
  • Ranked in E-Discovery & Information Governance, Chambers USA, 2020–23
  • Recognized for Dispute Resolution: E-Discovery, The Legal 500 United States, 2019–23; named Next Generation Partner 2022-23
  • Selected as a Thought Leader in eDiscovery, GIR/Who’s Who Legal (WWL), 2020–24


  • “Cooperation in the Discovery Process After the Sedona Conference Proclamation,” Bloomberg Law, September 20, 2022
  • “Why You Should Leverage AI For Privilege Review,” Law360, May 24, 2022
  • “Stealing the Scraps: Dissecting the Meaning of Cooperation and Transparency in E-Discovery,” New York Law Journal, February 4, 2022
  • Building a Better ESI Agreement: Why Customization Matters,” New York Law Journal, January 29, 2021
  • E-Discovery and Ethical Obligations in Product Liability Cases,” Corporate Disputes, January–March 2021
  • “A Proposed Technology-Assisted Review Framework,” Law360, April 27, 2020
  • “Three Strategic Choices in E-Discovery,” New York Law Journal, February 2, 2018

Press Mentions

Speaking Engagements

  • 20th Annual Georgetown Law Advanced eDiscovery Institute Conference (October 2023)
  • Georgetown Law Compliance and Legal Risk Podcast – ChatGPT and the Generative AI Landscape: Insights for Legal and Compliance (2023)
  • Sedona Conference Working Group 1 Midyear Meeting – Unique eDiscovery Challenges in Multidistrict Litigation (April 2022)
  • Legalweek – The Time for Change Has Come: Streamlining Privilege Review (March 2022)
  • Florida Levin College of Law Annual eDiscovery Conference – Why Privilege Logging Is Still Too Complicated for Full Automation (March 2022)
  • Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute – Late to the Party with Nothing to Wear: Avoiding MDL Faux Pas (November 2021)
  • Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute – Back to Basics: An Advanced Toolkit for Pre-Production Quality Control (November 2020)
  • Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) Webinar – A Proposed TAR Framework (July 2020)
  • Relativity Fest – Smarter Discovery in the App Age (2018)
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Legal Forum – Ethical and Societal Perspectives on AI (2018)
  • Ernst and Young Legal Technology Forum – GDPR Compliance in Investigation and Litigation (2018)
  • Legal Tech – The Future of Analytical Strategies (2017)
  • ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting – Expert Testimony of the Future: Machine Learning (2017)
  • National eDiscovery Leadership Institute – BYOD Panel: But It’s My Phone! (2017)

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