The ESI Five with Kelly Twigger of ESI Attorneys &

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Kelly Twigger dives into The ESI Five:

  1. You are a woman of many talents, but what is one new hidden talent you’ve discovered over the past year?
  2. What do you think is the most important invention in recent memory?
  3. You can have either a teleportation device or a time machine. Which one to you pick, and what is the very first thing you do with it?
  4. If you could always have theme music playing whenever you walk around, what would it be?
  5. If you could live forever as any fictional character, who would it be and why?


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Written by Matthew Knouff

Matthew F. Knouff, Esq., CIPP/US, CEDS, RCSP, Sr. Solutions Consultant, Legility LLC Matthew has been navigating the ESI and data law wilderness for over fifteen years as an attorney, consultant and academic. He currently serves as a Sr. Solutions Consultant with Legility LLC., 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, a life-long musician and an obsessive autodidact. Matthew lives with his son in New York City.

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