Compliance Strengthens eDiscovery Team to Promote Proactive Information Governance Strategies
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Rob Miller and Greg Strake Offer Depth of Expertise in Information Asset Management
New York, NY, June 28, 2016—Compliance, an integrated eDiscovery services and managed review provider, strengthened its Information Governance practice with the addition of specialists Rob Miller and Greg Strake. Each offers significant experience advising clients on business intelligence and enterprise data matters that directly impact their ability to successfully navigate eDiscovery initiatives.
Based in Houston, TX, Miller joins as the company’s Vice President of Information Governance. Miller’s legal career launched his interest in crafting robust information governance strategies, specifically defensible retention and disposition practices. Over the past 12 years, he has served as both in-house and outside counsel to several large oil and gas companies. Most notably, Miller served as Discovery Counsel for a multi-national oil and gas company connected to the Deepwater Horizon accident, where he was responsible for the coordination and management of the electronic discovery efforts at both the state and federal level. This experience gives Miller a unique perspective on the necessity of a robust information governance practice.
Strake is responsible for business development. He is a seasoned entrepreneur and strategist who specializes in information governance solutions to develop defensible fit-for-purpose solutions to resolve client challenges related to data retention, remediation, migration, classification, and security. His experience spans diverse industries and technology platforms, resulting in an agnostic approach to developing best practices. Strake is based in Austin, TX, but services clients nationally.
“Rob and Greg add a valuable new dimension to Compliance’s eDiscovery suite of services,” said Marc Zamsky, COO. “Our clients increasingly recognize the value of developing a comprehensive approach to information governance as a critical component to proactively design and control the flow of information across the enterprise.”