Sandra Rampersaud is an attorney in Cravath’s Litigation Department, with expertise in e-discovery. Her practice focuses on monitoring the rapidly developing legal standards for conducting e-discovery and ensuring that the Firm delivers the most cost-effective and legally defensible methods of handling such discovery for our clients. Ms. Rampersaud’s practice also requires her to understand advances in information technology and the legal implications of its use. She works closely with our clients and case teams in matters involving complex records preservation and collection issues, data privacy, and devising cost-effective and defensible review strategies for domestic and foreign discovery. Ms. Rampersaud has spoken on e-discovery issues at a number of presentations.
Ms. Rampersaud is a member of the Sedona Conference, and actively participates on drafting subcommittees and task forces for Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention and Production and Working Group 6 on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure. Ms. Rampersaud is also a member of the committee and Education subcommittee for the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program, and a member of the E-Discovery Committee of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar.