Meet the panel presenters:
Jacki Cheslow is Senior Manager of Corporate Compliance & Records for Avis Budget Group (ABG) a leader in the vehicle rental industry where she directs the Company’s global records management program including policies, procedures and training programs. She advises the legal department on discovery matters and is responsible for Global Compliance & Ethics Risk Assessment. Jacki has more than 20 years in house experience in record and information governance, discovery, litigation, and risk management. Jacki holds a B.S. in Management – Business Assurance & Security, is a current Certified Record Management (CRM) candidate as well as a Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) certified by the internationally recognized Society for Corporate Compliance & Ethics. She is currently Executive Vice President for the Northern New Jersey Chapter of ARMA International, having previously served as Vice President of Professional Development and serves on the Board of several local non-profit organizations.
Rebecca Perry is Executive Vice President of Jordan Lawrence, a leading solution provider for records retention, data privacy and information governance. She has over 20 years of experience in records management and information governance. Rebecca advises in-house counsel, compliance and privacy professionals in the areas of records management, data privacy and e-discovery and the confluence of technology in these areas. She plays a key role in the success and oversight of developing and enforcing effective, defensible and cost effective information governance programs that address information across all platforms and media. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US/G) and frequent contributor and speaker in the legal and privacy communities. Most recently she was a featured speaker on a series of industry webinars covering topics on privacy, SharePoint, and retention program development.Jenny Finnegan is a partner in Herrick, Feinstein's Litigation Department and focuses her practice on professional responsibility issues and on complex litigation, including the defense of product liability actions, class actions and mass tort actions. She advises on a wide range of complex litigation for financial institutions and for manufacturers in pharmaceutical, consumer products, automotive and chemical industries. Jenny also counsels clients in matters involving lawyers' professional responsibility and contract disputes. Jenny is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bars and practices in state and federal courts throughout New Jersey and New York at both the trial and appellate level. Jenny is a member of the firm's Best Practices Committee and Co-Chairs the firm's Electronic Discovery Committee. She is a regular presenter of seminars and author of articles on topics such as e-discovery, document retention, ethics, and product liability.