Rachelle Rennagel brings a distinctive blend of legal, business and technology knowledge to her counseling of clients in electronic discovery, information governance, and data privacy and security.
As Special Counsel in Pillsbury's Litigation practice, Rachelle possesses a deep understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of technology, and has a proven track record of assisting clients in leveraging technology and process to reduce information management and discovery costs and risks.
Rachelle counsels clients on data and information technology issues—from data governance and disposition, litigation readiness and hold procedures, defensible document review methodologies and all aspects of eDiscovery, enabling technologies, and data privacy and security issues.
Served as a director at a global legal services company where she supported and developed a growing portfolio of eDiscovery, case management and knowledge management technologies and services.
Served as eDiscovery Counsel and Global Director of Research & Information Services at an AMLAW 10 firm, overseeing the firm's global litigation support and research departments.
Served as the Chief Knowledge Officer for an AMLAW100 firm, where she led teams of eDiscovery, knowledge professionals, developers and engineers in devising and implementing technology and information management solutions across the organization.