Leeanne is the co-chair of Covington’s E-Discovery, AI, and Information Governance Practice. She is a Chambers-ranked e-discovery litigator and advisor. Leeanne guides clients on all aspects of national and international discovery, and frequently serves as lead e-discovery counsel on large-scale and highly publicized litigations, including multidistrict and other complex litigations. She strategically counsels clients on complex discovery issues to form defensible, efficient, and creative solutions for litigations and investigations. She routinely litigates discovery-related issues and appears in state and federal courts. Leveraging her deep knowledge on cutting edge technology – including AI and machine learning – Leeanne formulates efficient and effective workflows for all phases of data preservation, collection, review, and production, and has expertise dealing with extraordinary volumes of documents and complex data sources. Further, Leeanne counsels clients in pre-litigation and non-litigation settings related to information management, including preservation, records management, defensible deletion, risk assessments, and related policies and procedures. Leeanne also advises on international data transfer issues. Leeanne is a highly regarded global thought leader in the e-discovery arena and has spoken and published extensively.