Carol A. Romej, LL.M.
  Attorney

BIOGRAPHY

Carol Romej concentrates her practice in the areas of technology licensing and litigation, IT outsourcing, developing and implementing strategies for electronic and forensic discovery for internal audits, investigations and litigation.  Her practice also includes counseling and implementation of data and records management programs and advising clients on matters related to data and security breaches. Ms. Romej currently serves as National E-Discovery counsel for several corporations in the United States and Europe. She has extensive experience with data breach incidents across several industry sectors and conducts legal assessments of laws and regulations (including the Payment Card Industry standards) in conjunction with supervising forensic and system analysts. Her practice includes the implementation and review of e-discovery and data and records retention protocols, ensuring that an organization's records management policies and procedures are realistic, practical and tailored to the circumstances of the organization and that legal holds and preservation efforts are efficient, cost-efficient and defensible.

EDUCATION

University of Michigan, B.A., Economics, Eastern Michigan University, B.B.A., Accounting

Michigan State University, School of Law, J.D., Wayne State University, School of Law, Corporate and Finance, LL.M.

ADMITTED TO BAR

  • Michigan - 1993
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan - 1996

memberships

  • State Bar of Michigan
  • American Bar Association
  • Oakland County Bar Association
  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • ARMA International
  • AIPLA

Experience

  • General Counsel of a national Internet backbone service provider
  • General Counsel of a global online market-specific supply chain collaboration site

honors

  • Top Lawyer, Information Technology Law, DBusiness Magazine – 2012