SOURCE: TechLaw Solutions

November 20, 2008 10:52 ET

TechLaw Solutions Selects Wayne Fagg as Regional Director

CHANTILLY, VA--(Marketwire - November 20, 2008) - TechLaw Solutions is pleased to announce that Wayne Fagg has joined the company as its Southern Regional Director, based in Atlanta, GA.

Wayne brings over 20 years of litigation support experience to TechLaw Solutions, including having worked as a paralegal in the litigation practice area of a world wide firm and as a Systems Administrator with the Federal Public Defender. Wayne has demonstrated expertise in e-Discovery consulting with corporations and law firms regarding a variety of solutions, including forensics, electronic file processing, hosting and review.

"The invaluable perspective Wayne has developed in his various roles enables him to guide clients in selecting thorough and effective solutions to address their e-Discovery and litigation support needs," stated Chris Anzivino, National Sales Director at TechLaw Solutions. Wayne's consistent history of success highlights the strong ability to understand client needs. Wayne has a BA in English from the University of Utah and is also bilingual.

Wayne can be reached at or 678.215.5731.

About TechLaw Solutions

TechLaw Solutions' focus is on helping corporations and law firms effectively address litigation preparedness, manage costs, mitigate client risk and provide a competitive advantage in the e-Discovery process. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, TechLaw Solutions has one of the longest track records in litigation support, working on complex and critical litigation matters since 1983. Service offerings include forensic data collection, advanced electronic discovery processing, online document hosting including foreign language, native file and accelerated review capabilities, as well as hard-copy information management. Go to, email or call 800-TechLaw.

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