As both a former corporate criminal investigations litigator and in-house counsel, Alicia has a unique perspective on case development through the eDiscovery process. She’ll cover the how to stay fluid and flexible, the importance of active/engaged document review, the role technology plays in narrative development, and specific tools for creating your story.
Discovery Counsel & Chair of Taft Discovery, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
Alicia is Discovery Counsel at Taft, Stettinius & Hollister and serves as the eDiscovery and Litigation Services Group Chair. As both a former corporate criminal investigations litigator and in-house counsel, Alicia has a unique perspective on case development through the eDiscovery process. Her expertise includes both routine and complex eDiscovery issues, Best Practices, case development, fact investigations, and narrative development.
She has represented Fortune 500 companies, banks, broker-dealers, C-suite executives, and financial institutions in investigations and prosecutions by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, the Illinois Inspector General, and the Illinois Attorney General. She also has experience in Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitrations, commercial civil disputes, and patent, trademark and trade secret litigation.