Author Archives: Rachel Teisch

About Rachel Teisch

Rachel brings 18 years’ experience in e-discovery technology and services. As director of product marketing, Rachel is responsible for marketing strategy, planning and execution. From 2011 to 2017, Rachel was vice president, marketing with Conduent (formerly Xerox), where she led marketing efforts for the company’s e-discovery division and helped build the big data analytics and compliance offerings. Previously, she held senior marketing and strategy positions with H5. Earlier in her career, she co-founded Navigant Consulting's business development division, helping lead its growth to a $50 million top-line revenue practice. She first got her feet wet in e-discovery at CaseCentral (acquired by Guidance Software, now OpenText). Rachel regularly writes on topics related to e-discovery and bit data analytics, and holds a B.A. from Brown University and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University.

Part II: Practical Considerations for U.S. Legal Teams Taking Discovery to Asia

[This is the second in a two-part Q&A between Rachel Teisch, Catalyst’s director of product marketing, and Dave Sannar, Catalyst’s head of Asia operations. Part I discussed trends and cultural differences U.S. legal teams should be aware of before embarking on cross-border discovery in Asia. Part II focuses on tactical considerations for collecting, processing, reviewing and transferring data subject to litigation, investigations and regulatory compliance.] Continue reading

Part I: Q&A with Dave Sannar on E-Discovery Trends in Asia

[This is the first of a two-part Q&A between Dave Sannar, Catalyst’s head of Asia operations, and Rachel Teisch, Catalyst’s director of product marketing. Part I discusses trends in Asia discovery. Part II focuses on tactical considerations for collecting, processing, reviewing and transferring data subject to litigation, investigations and regulatory compliance.] Continue reading