Stephanie Gomez, Esq.
Founder and Consultant
As a former litigator, Stephanie handled complex commercial litigation cases for several years, including representing corporations and international clients in matters brought in U.S. federal and state courts. During her practice, she gained a very deep understanding of the rules, procedures and intricacies of e-discovery and ESI from an attorney’s perspective. Throughout her practice as an attorney handling “big-data” cases, she came to understand the importance of mastering e-discovery, including how to maximize the use of various platforms and tools. She understands e-discovery from an attorney’s perspective, who is trying to achieve successful results for clients and keep costs low, and from an e-discovery vendor’s perspective, who is trying to equip those same attorneys with the best products available to reach those goals. Stephanie has to expertise to bridge that gap for you.
Stephanie received her B.A. with honors from the University of Miami, where she was President of the Pre-Law Advisory Club. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where she was the Editor-in-Chief of the University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy and the Chair of Intramural Competitions of the University of Florida Trial Team. She was the ABA Law Student Division President, a 2013 Public Interest Law Fellow and received the Pro Bono Project Outstanding Achievement Award.
In 2014, Stephanie was the Executive Director Assistant of the Electronic Discovery Project and was published in the Florida Bar Journal - Streamlining and Modernizing Florida’s Pre-Litigation Preservation Standard: Modern Technology Demands a Modern Solution, 88 Fla. B.J. 18 (2014). She is fluent in Spanish, has limited proficiency in French and currently serves on the Florida Bar Committee on Technology.
Yohan Gomez, Esq.
Partner and Consultant
Yohan practiced law for several years, where his areas of practice included business structuring, agreements and transactions, corporate law, trademark, intellectual property and civil litigation. Since 2018, Yohan has served as the general counsel and data management consultant for Pro Logic Systems, where he has not only drafted and negotiated all legal agreements for the highly respected technology company, but he has also helped to build the firm’s consulting practice in the areas of data governance, e-discovery, compliance and overall data management and security.
Yohan’s extensive experience practicing law as well as his knowledge of up-and-coming technologies, vendors, and technology practices has allowed him to excel as a legal and technology consultant. Yohan has gained extensive knowledge working with clients in several different verticals including law, banking, healthcare, hospitality and business. His knowledge of current data management and security practices, as well as highly respected vendors has made him an asset to his customers. He is not only able to help them to understand the importance in aligning its people, processes and technology to ensure that they have a better view and understanding of their data, but he is able to guide them through this complete world by using his unique perspective as both an attorney and a technologist.
Yohan received his Bachelor of Science in Communications from the University of Miami, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He earned his Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law, where he was the President of the Christian Legal Society and a member of the Sports & Entertainment Law Society, Hispanic Student’s Association and the Cuban American Legal Society.
Don't Just 'Make Do' With Your Review: Why a Platform is Critical, Daily Business Review (July 27, 2021).
Why Metadata is a Litigator’s Best Friend, Daily Business Review (May 26, 2021).
Queen’s Gambit: Develop the Right Strategic Moves to Keep Clients on Track to Close Transactions, Commercial Investment Real Estate Magazine (July 2017).
To Close or Not to Close…and How to Make it Hurt if Your Buyer Walks, Daily Business Review (July 5, 2017).
Streamlining and Modernizing Florida’s Pre-Litigation Preservation Standard: Modern Technology Demands a Modern Solution, 88 Fla. B.J. 5 (2014).