About the author: For more than a decade I have been litigating business and IP disputes. During that time I have dealt with clients, lawyers, and judges who have varying degrees of appreciation for the challenges of managing discovery in an electronic age. I started my legal practice with two large, Texas-based law firms, where I represented clients in state and federal court nationwide. In the fall of 2011 I made a long-desired move back to the Midwest and am now a partner at Hansen Reynolds Dickinson Crueger LLC, a litigation boutique based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where I continue to litigate while also consulting with business and law firms on e-discovery issues (before, during, and after litigation begins). I was named a Rising Star of Wisconsin Litigation in 2013 and am licensed to practice in Texas, Wisconsin, and Florida. When I’m not exploring Wisconsin with my children, practicing law, or writing on legal subjects, I also enjoy writing on quasi-legal subjects at The Legal Geeks, recently named by ABA Journal as one of its Top 100 Blawgs.
About the website: e-Discovery Matters is an online resource that analyzes the court decisions and government actions/laws/regulations impacting e-discovery issues in U.S.-based litigation. This site’s Twitter account (@eDiscMatters) provides updates regarding this blog as well as other online news discussing the latest decisions and government actions impacting e-discovery.