Gina Anders is the Client Executive for the Forensic & Integrity Services practice of Ernst & Young LLP’s in the greater Washington, DC market. Drawing on over 20 years of experience in litigation, compliance, and eDiscovery, Gina works with regional and national leaders at EY to provide strategic and cost-effective eDiscovery, information governance, advanced data analytics, cybersecurity, compliance and investigation solutions to Fortune 1000 corporations, Top 200 law firms, and government agencies. Gina has assisted clients in navigating the complexities of large-scale data collection, analysis and review projects for clients in investigations, litigation, compliance and regulatory matters that span a wide variety of practice areas, including Insurance, Securities, Employment, Environmental, Product Liability, Class Action, Fraud and Anti-Corruption, and Antitrust. Her experience spans many industries as well, including Life Sciences, Energy, Banking & Financial, Healthcare, Government, Manufacturing, Retail & Consumer Products, and Technology.
Gina also serves as the Southeast Regional Director for Women in eDiscovery (WiE). She is committed to serving WiE’s mission by providing education, thought leadership, and networking opportunities in the legal technologies industry and has developed deep relationships within the organization and among its many chapters, sponsors and supporters.
Over the years she has written and spoken in a wide variety of forums, including several DC Bar and Federal Bar Association CLEs, LegalTech NY, The Master Conference, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) Conference, Women in eDiscovery (WiE) National Conference. She regularly speaks on a variety of ESI-related topics, including the use of technology-assisted review (TAR) and other forms of artificial intelligence in legal matters, how advanced data analytics can be used to detect patterns and anomalies across structured and unstructured data, how and when to use early case assessment, and the application of rule changes to the eDiscovery process. Some representative examples include:
? - Presenter, “What Lawyers Need to Know About Artificial Intelligence (AI),” DC Bar, Oct. 23, 2018; Federal Bar Association, Feb. 12, 2019;
? - Women in eDiscovery National Conference, May 11, 2019,
? - Frequent Guest Speaker, Women in eDiscovery (WiE), on various aspects of legal technologies and career advancement, 2006-2018.
? - Co-Author of Feature Article “Healthy, Wealthy & Wise: A Paradigm Shift Towards Early Data Assessment,” ACC Docket, May 2011.
? - Instructor for Advanced Course in e-Discovery for the Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP), August 2010.
Gina’s professional experience includes 10 years of experience as a practicing attorney in complex litigation and alternative dispute resolution, most recently with the DC office of Crowell & Moring, LLP. She has also served in leadership and business development positions at Kroll Ontrack and FTI Consulting.