Our deep industry experience helps us understand your business:
- All of our clients are unique, but many face similar information governance and regulatory challenges. We have worked on information governance projects with clients in over a dozen industries, including financial services; insurance; healthcare; architecture, engineering and construction; food and beverage; broadcasting, media and entertainment; alcohol; manufacturing; retail; and technology. In light of the breadth and depth of our industry experience and our passion for staying abreast of industry-related information governance obligations, we know a lot about the information governance issues a client is likely to face even before we head into our first meeting with the client. This allows us to spend more time focusing on each client’s approach to and challenges with meeting specific information governance obligations.
Our litigation, regulatory and technology backgrounds provide us with valuable perspectives on our clients’ information governance challenges and assist us in crafting practical, legally defensible solutions to address their particular challenges:
- Our litigation, regulatory and technology backgrounds well equip us to understand our clients’ information governance challenges, the impact of good information governance practices, and how to design practical, effective solutions to often complicated information governance issues. Laura Clark Fey, who has been practicing law for over 22 years, started her legal career as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice through its prestigious Honors Program. She then spent almost 15 years defending U.S. and multi-national corporations in a variety of high-stakes regulatory and litigation matters. In helping clients find solutions to information governance challenges, Dylan Murray brings over 15 years of litigation experience in complex, high-stakes state and federal litigation, including significant experience with eDiscovery issues. Our decades of experience provide us with deep awareness of the potential impact of both good and bad information governance practices on a company’s ability to defend itself in litigation and regulatory actions. Steve Hengeli’s technology degree and work experience provide our team with important technical perspective. We also have relationships with select technology consultants whom we bring in to assist us in addressing client technology challenges within their specialized areas of expertise. And Jessica Onyeji’s strong project management skills greatly aid us and our clients in staying on top of the many, diverse steps required to complete projects on time and on budget.
Our diversity complements your company’s team:
- Fey|LLC is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBENC; Kansas Department of Commerce); a certified Woman Owned Small Business (WBENC); a certified Minority Business Enterprise (Kansas Department of Commerce); a Chickasaw Nation Preferred Vendor (Chickasaw Nation Division of Commerce); and a Choctaw Nation Preferred Supplier (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma).
- One of our primary objectives is to help people from legal, IT and business units throughout a company find common ground in building an information governance program that will work well for the company as a whole. We believe that to bring people together, you must embrace differences and recognize that each person has something unique to offer. Laura Clark Fey, the owner of Fey|LLC, has decades of experience helping diverse individuals with diverse interests design and implement solutions that will work well for the entire organization. Laura is a citizen of Chickasaw Nation and one of the founding members of the University of Kansas Law School Diversity Council. Dylan Murray brought a journalistic background to his studies in law school, where he also graduated in the top 10% of his class. In practicing law for over 17 years, he has extensive experience assisting diverse individuals at various corporations. Associate Steve Hengeli, who also graduated in the top 10% of his law school class, leverages his degree in Computer Science and Philosophy in designing practical, technical solutions to information governance challenges. Our generational diversity assists us in understanding generational differences in information governance perspectives. Our firm fosters a culture of diversity on every level, for every team member, and for every client.
Our alternative fee structures allow us to provide our clients with excellent value:
- We see alternative fee arrangements as a logical next step in the progression toward a true partnering relationship between our clients and our firm. We understand that all business units are under increasing pressure to reduce costs and justify expenditures. Our alternative fee offerings help our clients better manage their information governance costs.
Our passion for information governance fosters creativity:
- We love what we do! Our passion is reflected in all of the work we do for our clients. It also helps us in the very important tasks of obtaining buy-in from executives and employees, and facilitating the necessary collaboration to design and implement practical, effective information governance solutions. In this rapidly changing area of law and technology, our passion for information governance drives our pursuit of creative, effective solutions to even the most novel, complex problems our clients face.