Yoeli Barag, president of e-Stet, stated, “In recent years, e-Stet has successfully positioned itself as a leading e-discovery company, providing technology and services that help law firms, corporate legal departments and government bodies manage litigation. Linda’s proven status as a leader in the world of e-discovery and litigation support, coupled with e-Stet’s continued advancement in the market, will be a significant asset to our clients. Linda will immediately begin to leverage her experience in strategic planning and consulting, litigation and practice support, e-discovery, technology implementation and client relations. We are honored to have her as part of our team.”
Prior to joining e-Stet, Alele was the Vice President at IMEF International Petroleum, a privately held oil and gas trading and investment company, where she managed the company’s operations and consulted on national and regional regulatory issues, tribal concerns, e-discovery and data management strategies.
Before that position, Alele was the firm-wide Manager of Practice Support at O’Melveny & Myers LLP, where she was a founding member of the Electronic Discovery Task Force. She spearheaded and managed multi-million dollar e-discovery projects for many of the firm’s high profile clients and she consulted with internal and external clients on e-discovery best practices, practical cost-cutting measures throughout the e-discovery lifecycle, and leveraged technologies across multiple law offices.
Alele is well known for her many presentations at trade conferences on document management strategies and vendor relations. She was a member of Law Technology News (LTN) Editorial Advisory Board and has served on the client advisory panel of several industry organizations.
Alele holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from California State University, Los Angeles. She will be based in the company’s Los Angeles office.
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