Join us on ESI Survival Guide for our new inter-generational technology-based game show:

WHAT IN THE TECH IS THAT?!

Test your knowledge of pop culture tech from the 80s (and 70s actually) with your host Matt Knouff and special guest contestants Colleen Costello, Head of Social Impact at Relativity, and Johnathan Hill, Community Engagement Lead at Relativity.

Johnathan and Colleen lead Relativity’s social justice initiative Justice for Change, which brings together legal professionals, eDiscovery service providers and advanced technology in pro bono efforts to support those facing racial injustice. You can watch a piece we did on The Guide about Relativity’s Justice for Change here

For more information on Justice for Change, or to apply for support, please visit the links below:

Justice for Change program page

Justice for Change application form

The winner of the game received a $150 donation in their name to one of two very important non-profits organizations. If you want to donate to either of the organizations and support the fight against racial injustice, there are links below.

Colleen played for Black Lives Matter – DONATE HERE

Johnathan played for The Equal Justice Initiative – DONATE HERE

Visit the video on the ESI Survival Guide YouTube Channel for chapter links for easy navigation.

Written by Matthew Knouff

Matthew F. Knouff, Esq., CIPP/US, CEDS, RCSP, VP & eDiscovery Counsel, CDS New York Matthew has been navigating the ESI and data law wilderness for over fifteen years as an attorney, consultant and academic. He currently serves as VP & eDiscovery Counsel with Complete Discovery Source, Inc., an award-winning global provider of eDiscovery and data management services and technology. He is an expert in eDiscovery law and process, global data privacy and the movement of data across borders. In addition to contributing to and holding leadership positions with several organizations dedicated to supporting the legal profession, he has developed numerous CLE programs and assessment tools, and frequently speaks and writes on various topics related to the intersection of data, law and technology. He holds the CIPP/US, CEDS and RCSP certifications, is an avid distance runner, an active board member with Education Through Music, a Tarheel through and through, and a life-long musician. Matthew lives with his son in New York City’s Lower East Side.

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