International digital forensics, cybercrime response, and electronic discovery firm Stroz Friedberg is pleased to announce the addition of Dallas lawyer Rachel Ratcliff Womack as vice president of the firm’s Dallas office.
At Stroz Friedberg, Ms. Womack is responsible for leading and conducting investigations involving digital forensic analysis, cybercrime investigations, electronic discovery matters, and data breach response for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, major law firms, individuals, and non-profit organizations. Additionally, her full docket of cases includes matters involving intellectual property theft, deletion of digital data, e-forgery, cyber-harassment, and online fraud and abuse.
“Stroz Friedberg is proud to have Rachel as a member of our team,” says Erin Nealy Cox, Managing Director of Stroz Friedberg’s Dallas office. “She brings a wealth of experience in sophisticated business litigation, which is an area where our clients consistently face ongoing digital threats and challenges.”
Ms. Womack joins Stroz Friedberg after practicing at the Dallas law firm of Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal, LLP, where she focused on commercial litigation and employment law matters for clients in administrative, federal, and state court proceedings. Her work at the firm included a focus on electronic discovery, as well as advising clients on data preservation in anticipation of litigation and notification requirements relating to the disclosure of confidential information.
Ms. Womack was a Presser Scholar at Texas Woman’s University before earning her law degree at Texas Tech University School of Law, where she was Order of the Coif and a member of Texas Tech Law Review, in addition to winning several awards for oral advocacy. She has twice been named to the Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars list of top young attorneys in Texas.
About Stroz Friedberg
Stroz Friedberg (strozfriedberg.com) is the leading global consulting firm for managing digital risk and uncovering digital evidence. The company specializes in digital and mobile device forensics, electronic discovery, data breach and cybercrime response, anti-money laundering, and cyber and traditional investigations. Working at the cutting edge of law, policy, and technology, we provide technical assistance and strategic advice to help clients effectively manage electronic information: its sources, its trails, and its implications.