Peggy Stulberg, Director of Litigation Technology at Bingham McCutchen, LLP, consults extensively with both attorneys and clients on matters of e-discovery. With 20-plus years in the field, she has been both a witness to, and an active participant in, the evolution of e-discovery and is known as an authority on its issues and best practices. Ms. Stulberg oversees a national staff of litigation support and e-discovery professionals, and is responsible for creating and implementing litigation and e-discovery technology policies and procedures.
Prior to Bingham, Ms. Stulberg developed and managed litigation support departments at several major law firms including Wachtell, Lipton and Morgan Lewis, and for two years was the business manager for a service provider of e-discovery products and services.
Ms. Stulberg is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, is a frequent e-discovery panelist for various e-discovery organizations, and was a founding member of the East Coast Association of Litigation Support Managers. She has been a panelist on the PLI "What Corporate and Outside Counsel need to Know" since 2010, and is a member of the Planning Committee for Georgetown Law Center's eDiscovery Practice Support Distance Learning Program.