Matthew Nelson is an attorney and legal technology expert with more than a decade of experience helping organizations address a wide array of information governance challenges. Nelson is known as a leading authority on the role technology plays in reducing legal risk and cost and he regularly serves as a panelist with federal judges, government attorneys and other in house counsel on topics ranging from electronic discovery to data privacy and security. He has also been invited to address a wide array of organizations as a guest lecturer including the Association of Corporate Counsel, Nevada’s High Technology Crime Task Force, the Argyle Chief Legal Officer’s Forum, Stanford & Hastings Law Schools and numerous mid-sized and Fortune 500 Corporations. Nelson recently gained widespread recognition as the author of Predictive Coding for Dummies, the legal industry’s first straightforward guide on the use of technology-assisted review tools for the legal profession. His written work has also been widely published through Forbes, Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and the ABA Law & Technology Journal. He is a member of the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Sedona Electronic Document Retention and Production Working Group, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, and the California and Idaho State Bars.