Chris Egan leads a firm-wide team responsible for his firm’s records management and data protection policies, controls and systems. The team sets and enforces standards for how the firm creates, acquires, uses, discloses, secures, retains and disposes of information. The group also ensures compliance with information-related laws, including:
· Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
· Ethical rules requiring confidentiality
· Securities-related disclosure restrictions
· International data protection laws
· Other laws governing retention and disclosure.
Chris works closely with the firm’s information technology leadership in overseeing primary content management systems.
Earlier in his career, Chris served as a trial attorney and eDiscovery counsel at the DOJ. Most recently, he served the DOJ as Director of Information Management, where he directed a group of information professionals responsible for records management, data analysis and web development.
Chris is a certified public accountant, a certified information privacy professional, and a certified records manager.