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OpTech Promotes Deniella Ortiz-Lalain to Director of Communications: OpTech, a Troy, Michigan-based information technology and engineering staffing solutions provider, announced that it has promoted Deniella Ortiz-Lalain from manager of business development and management systems to director of communications. As director of communications, Ortiz-Lalain will administer and lead communications programs for OpTech. Ortiz-Lalain has over 18 years of diverse experience in marketing communications and business development, and has been with OpTech since 2006. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cleary College and a master’s degree in public relations from Eastern Michigan University. OpTech is an award-winning professional services firm specializing in connecting Fortune 1000 and government clients to top information technology and engineering talent from coast to coast. Based in southeast Michigan with offices located in Washington, D.C. and Hawaii, OpTech’s innovative solutions address the critical needs of clients in the banking, manufacturing, insurance, utility, healthcare and government sectors. OpTech offers its employees outstanding career opportunities supporting innovative companies with cutting-edge technology. Visit www.optechus.com to learn more about OpTech.

Butzel Long Litigation Technology Specialist Stephanie M. Shattuck Named Detroit Chapter Director of Women in eDiscovery: Butzel Long Litigation Technology Specialist Stephanie M. Shattuck, was recently appointed Detroit Chapter Director of Women in eDiscovery. In this role, Ms. Shattuck is responsible for the overall management of the chapter. The mission of the Women in eDiscovery is to bring together businesswomen interested in technology related to the legal industry and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and other businesswomen grow personally and professional through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition. Based in Butzel Long’s Detroit office, Shattuck manages all of the electronic discovery projects and workflows for both electronically stored information and paper in various practice areas.  She is also responsible for project management, electronic discovery, vendor selection and management.  Ms. Shattuck is the liaison between case teams and litigation support while providing support for end users of the firm’s litigation applications. Her previous paralegal experience includes work on complex litigation matters which include high volume document productions and management of the same. She has also performed extensive automotive product liability defense work as part of a national discovery team for a Michigan based OEM, which focused on component specific written discovery with extensive document management. In June, Shattuck will complete her Master’s Degree in Information Management through Baker College’s Graduate Program.  She graduated from Baker College with her B.B.A. in 2008, with a focus on Management. She also graduated from Oakland Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science and an ABA-approved Paralegal Degree in 2005. Shattuck has completed advanced Sanction training and the CT Summation Certified Trainer Program. Shattuck is a member of ILTA, ALSP and the Legal Assistants Section of the State Bar of Michigan.

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