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Electronic discovery and document review company Advanced Discovery recently added two litigators to its practice management team: Andrew Hoenig and Tanya McDuffie. Both Hoenig and McDuffie will work as document review project managers, and will be headquartered in Washington, D.C., and New York City, respectively.

Hoenig previously worked as an assistant corporate counsel defending District of Columbia agencies in civil litigation matters. He has managed reviews across practice areas, such as pharmaceutical, sales and kickbacks, antitrust, banking, SEC investigations, IP litigation, health care and civil litigation, according to an Advanced Discovery press release.

Starting her career as a general litigation associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, McDuffie worked in the capacity of a discovery associate. She has since honed her focus on document review and staffing, according to the company.

The role of the project manager is to act as the contact person between Advanced Discovery, whose clients mainly consist of law firms, and document review teams, as well as to develop review workflows, schedules and budgets.  

IRIS DATA PROMOTES PAIR TO VP OF SALES

Iris Data Services announced Tuesday that two employees have been moved up the ladder to the post of vice president of sales: Irvin Marchand and John Stanton.

Marchand joined Iris Data Services in 2008 as regional director in Washington, D.C. He is currently based in Atlanta, Ga. In his new role, Marchand will focus on consulting with law firms and corporate legal departments in the Eastern region.      

Stanton joined Iris in 2012 as regional director of its Midwest sales operation. His office is located in downtown Kansas City, Mo., which is an Iris hub handling sales and document review. As VP of sales, Stanton will be at the helm of driving new business growth and managing the Iris sales team in the Western region, according to a press release from the company.

Discovery service provider Iris Data Services is headquartered in Olathe, Kan.   

FISH PARTNER GETS NAME ON MARQUEE

Southern California intellectual property law firm Fish & Associates recently changed its name, tacking on the name of partner Mei Tsang. The new name of the firm will now be Fish & Tsang.  

Tsang joined the firm in 2007 and focuses on IP enforcement, patent and trademark prosecution, counseling and licensing according to a press release from the firm. She is co-chair of the Orange County Bar Association’s IP and Technology Section and is a member of the International Trademark Association’s Anti-Counterfeiting Committee.

The firm has launched a re-branding campaign following the name change including a new logo and video, which outlines its history and vision for the future. 

Mark Gerlach is a staff reporter at Law Technology News. Email: mgerlach@alm.com.

Electronic discovery and document review company Advanced Discovery recently added two litigators to its practice management team: Andrew Hoenig and Tanya McDuffie. Both Hoenig and McDuffie will work as document review project managers, and will be headquartered in Washington, D.C., and New York City, respectively.

Hoenig previously worked as an assistant corporate counsel defending District of Columbia agencies in civil litigation matters. He has managed reviews across practice areas, such as pharmaceutical, sales and kickbacks, antitrust, banking, SEC investigations, IP litigation, health care and civil litigation, according to an Advanced Discovery press release.

Starting her career as a general litigation associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, McDuffie worked in the capacity of a discovery associate. She has since honed her focus on document review and staffing, according to the company.

The role of the project manager is to act as the contact person between Advanced Discovery, whose clients mainly consist of law firms, and document review teams, as well as to develop review workflows, schedules and budgets.  

IRIS DATA PROMOTES PAIR TO VP OF SALES

Iris Data Services announced Tuesday that two employees have been moved up the ladder to the post of vice president of sales: Irvin Marchand and John Stanton.

Marchand joined Iris Data Services in 2008 as regional director in Washington, D.C. He is currently based in Atlanta, Ga. In his new role, Marchand will focus on consulting with law firms and corporate legal departments in the Eastern region.      

Stanton joined Iris in 2012 as regional director of its Midwest sales operation. His office is located in downtown Kansas City, Mo., which is an Iris hub handling sales and document review. As VP of sales, Stanton will be at the helm of driving new business growth and managing the Iris sales team in the Western region, according to a press release from the company.

Discovery service provider Iris Data Services is headquartered in Olathe, Kan.   

FISH PARTNER GETS NAME ON MARQUEE

Southern California intellectual property law firm Fish & Associates recently changed its name, tacking on the name of partner Mei Tsang. The new name of the firm will now be Fish & Tsang.  

Tsang joined the firm in 2007 and focuses on IP enforcement, patent and trademark prosecution, counseling and licensing according to a press release from the firm. She is co-chair of the Orange County Bar Association’s IP and Technology Section and is a member of the International Trademark Association’s Anti-Counterfeiting Committee.

The firm has launched a re-branding campaign following the name change including a new logo and video, which outlines its history and vision for the future. 

Mark Gerlach is a staff reporter at Law Technology News. Email: mgerlach@alm.com.