Partner in Crowell & Moring's Antitrust and Privacy & Cybersecurity Groups and Co-Chair of the E-Discovery Practice. As an e-discovery practitioner, she manages complex e-discovery matters in both government investigations and private litigation. She also counsels clients on e-discovery and information governance policies and best practices. In the privacy area, she counsels on cross-border data transfer and European data protection matters, and CCPA and U.S. regulatory compliance issues. As an antitrust lawyer, she is engaged in all types of antitrust representations including mergers and joint ventures, civil litigation, civil and criminal government investigations, and counseling on a broad range of antitrust issues. She has particular expertise on matters involving the intersection of antitrust, privacy and data protection, and technology regulation. She is Co-Chair of the Georgetown Advanced E-Discovery Institute, a member of the Steering Committee of The Sedona Conference Working Group 6 on International Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure, and regularly speaks and writes on e-discovery, cross-border data protection, privacy and technology issues.