Claudia T. Morgan
Claudia T. Morgan is eDiscovery Counsel in Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz’s Litigation Department. She focuses her practice on electronic discovery and information management, both domestically and abroad. She has significant experience in responding to and advising on litigation in federal and state courts, regulatory requests for information, and internal investigations.
Ms. Morgan has represented and advised clients on all aspects of discovery, from preservation to production. She also has experience working with expert witnesses to collect and analyze relevant data, and in support of eDiscovery motions.
Ms. Morgan counsels clients on a range of information risk management issues, including eDiscovery and Records and Information Management (RIM) best practices and litigation preparation. She has worked with clients in overhauling their corporate RIM policies and procedures.
Ms. Morgan’s notable matters include:
- Twitter in its $44 billion takeover by Elon Musk
- Taubman in its $9 billion merger and joint venture with Simon Property Group
- Match Group, Inc. and IAC/InterActiveCorp in a $2 billion suit brought by a group of former employees of the dating app Tinder.
Ms. Morgan received a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University, where she majored in International Relations, Law & Organization at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. She completed her J.D., with honors, from George Mason University School of Law.
Chambers has recognized Ms. Morgan as a top lawyer in the field of eDiscovery & Information Governance since 2021 where she has been ranked in Band 3 since 2023. Chambers describes her by saying that she, ”has an in-depth understanding of the EDRM and she comes particularly recommended for her knowledge of records retention, including defensible deletion”. Ms. Morgan is Vice Chair of the Steering Committee for The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 (Electronic Document Retention and Production), as well as a member of Working Groups 6 (International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure), and 11 (Data Security and Privacy Liability). Ms. Morgan is a member of the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association. Claudia also regularly presents CLEs on eDiscovery topics including on emoji.