Vincent M. Catanzaro is Senior Counsel, Global Discovery Manager for E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company. In this role, Vince is responsible for counseling the Company concerning how best to comply with evolving legal standards relating to discovery, guiding and supporting the legal teams in the development of e-discovery response strategies and the use of litigation technology, coordinating, managing and monitoring the work of the Company’s discovery vendors and overseeing DuPont Legal’s Discovery Excellence Center. Before assuming this role, Vince worked with various DuPont litigation groups specializing in discovery management and consulting on the development of DuPont’s Discovery Policies and Guidelines. Prior to joining DuPont, Vince practiced in suburban Philadelphia where he concentrated on Construction Litigation on the state and federal level. He represented a diverse client base from industry suppliers to individual contractors in contract disputes, design interpretation, zoning matters and sales agreements. A dual citizen of both the United States and Italy, Vince has been active in community, cultural and professional organizations as he is currently a member of the National Italian American Bar Association and National Order of the Sons of Italy. He is a current member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production, a former faculty member of the Georgetown Law School Advanced e-Discovery Institute and Academy, a member of the Richard Herrmann Technology Inn of Court and a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt. Vince recently co-authored an article for the ACC Docket Magazine with Jonathan Redgrave, entitled, “Managing the Emerging Business and Legal Realities of Social Media in Corporate America”. Vince received his undergraduate degree from Temple University and his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law where he served on the Student Bar Association and the Legal Skills Committee. He is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the State of Delaware for the limited practice of law as in-house counsel.