Katya has experience working with litigation case teams providing consulting and support services with respect to the preservation, collection, processing, review, production and presentation of case evidence in accordance with court rules and the firm’s eDiscovery guidelines.
Katya is responsible for developing and implementing client-specific preservation and collection strategies, assisting case teams during meet-and-confer sessions and reaching agreements on eDiscovery protocol, as well as establishing and applying early case assessment strategies on client data collections, and creating and maintaining discovery review databases and systems throughout the case lifecycle. She consults with case teams on technology needs, supports case teams on use of litigation support systems, and continuously promotes and educates case teams on eDiscovery requirements and proper use of litigation support technologies and services.
Katya is an effective problem solver, adept at prioritizing and managing heavy work flow. In true project management fashion, she is able to rely on peers for expertise and assistance in new areas as well as assimilate new material. Highly analytical, able to critically consider problems and anticipate the ramifications of various solutions, she also possesses strong technical and consulting skills with a common sense approach.
Member, Minnesota Association of Litigation Support Practitioners
Member, Minneapolis – St. Paul Women in eDiscovery