Matthew Stippich is a principal, General Counsel, and President of Professional Services for Digital Intelligence, a provider of digital forensic and e-discovery equipment, training, and services. He advises on, implements, and performs strategies relating to electronically stored information (ESI) for a wide range of clients, with a focus on managing costs associated with the preservation, searching, and production of ESI in litigation as well as for internal investigations. Matt works extensively with corporate legal and IT teams to develop proactive best practices for managing ESI issues associated with litigation, employment, and security events. Past projects have included developing and implementing ESI strategies in response to SEC and U.S. Department of Justice investigations of potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in more than 40 countries.
Matt frequently writes and speaks on topics related to e-discovery and digital forensics. He is the co-author of "Electronic Discovery and Records Management Guide: Rules, Checklists and Forms", 2011-2017 editions (West) and a contributing author of "Wisconsin Discovery Law and Practice", State Bar of Wisconsin.
Matt is also a partner in the Milwaukee-based law firm of Stippich Selin & Cain, and an Alderman in the City of Wauwatosa.
Matt received his J.D. from Marquette University and his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Grinnell College.