Seasoned Discovery Manager Will Focus on Relationship Management and Strategic Engagement
SuperiorReview, a national provider of legal staffing and discovery management services, announced today that John Motzi has been named Vice President of Client Services for the firm.
Formerly a Director of Review Services with SuperiorReview, John Motzi brings broad experience in Project Management to the assignment. He has assisted in the development of electronic discovery programs for numerous large corporate clients, developing a skill set centered in complex, multi-jurisdictional litigation, including wage and hour, EEO, ADA, SEC, intellectual property and immigration cases.
John received his B.A. from Trinity University (San Antonio, TX) in 1998, and his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center in 2003. In his new role as SuperiorReview's Vice President of Client Services, John will focus on developing existing and new relationships with corporate legal departments and law firms.
"I'm honored to have been selected to lead SuperiorReview's Client Services team," Motzi remarked. "We've always focused on creating long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with the organizations we serve. It's my intention to strengthen that focus and define new ways in which we can bring value to our client's discovery management initiatives."
Joe Valenzuela, President of SuperiorReview, commented on Mr. Motzi's selection. "John has been with us for several years now, and has led our teams on some of the most challenging projects we've ever undertaken. He understands the value we place on outstanding customer service, dedication, accuracy and accountability, and I'm confident that he'll bring strong leadership and innovation to our Client Services division."
SuperiorReview offers full-service legal staffing for discovery management, litigation preparedness and document review. With broad experience serving Fortune 100 corporations and AM Law 100 firms, SuperiorReview is a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Alumni and a Certified Minority Business Enterprise. For more information, visit www.superior-review.com.