Amor has 27 years experience in complex litigation with particular emphasis in electronic discovery and data management. Amor has collaborated with clients in the development of records and information policies, record retention schedules, information usage policies, data security policies, data privacy policies and legitimization plans for cross-border discovery and data processing and transfers. Amor works with in-house counsel, information technology professionals, records and information management professionals, data security professionals and risk managers to develop or augment existing information-related corporate practices and procedures. Amor has negotiated a number of cloud computing agreements and aided clients with cloud computing deployment. Amor is a nationally recognized expert in data privacy and international cross-border discovery. Amor has been recognized for exceptional standing in the legal community in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for 2011 (Band 1) and 2010 (Band 2). Amor is a member of the American Bar Association, where he served as Co-Chair of the Product Liability Committee for the Section of Litigation, on the ABA's Task Force on Electronic Discovery and as liaison to the Sedona Conference® Working Group 1 on Electronic Discovery. Amor presently sits on the corporate board and is the editor-in-chief to The Sedona Conference® Working Group 6 that focuses on data privacy and electronic discovery internationally. Amor also serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Bureau of National Affairs’ “Class Actions Reporter.” Amor graduated from the University of Detroit School of Law, J.D. 1984, cum laude, and from Michigan State University with a B.A. in 1981.