Stacey Blaustein is an attorney in the Corporate Litigation Department of the IBM Corporation in Armonk, NY where she manages the E-Discovery program for Corporate Litigation, is integrally involved in topics of E-Discovery, Cross-Border Discovery and Data Privacy issues, and handles many aspects of regulatory matters and third party subpoenas for the company. Stacey speaks and writes frequently on these topics, most recently at the ABA Law and Technology Show in Chicago, and at ALM’s 2012 Forum on Cross-Border Issues and Cross-Border Discovery. Stacey sits on IBM’s Social Media and BYOD Policy Committees and works on the E-Discovery model constantly. She is also a member of the Emory Law School Alumni Council.
Stacey received her BA from Barnard College of Columbia University and her JD from Emory University School of Law in 1988. She has been practicing law at IBM for five and a half years and before that, was a securities litigator at two respective law firms for eighteen years.