Susan Allen and Jeff Younger of Stafford Rosenbaum will be presenting on litigation holds in the age of e-discovery at the upcomingWisconsin Chapter of the Association for Corporate Counsel’s Annual Conference on April 30th in Elkhart Lake. Ms. Allen and Mr. Younger will be joined by co-presenter Michael Baird, General Counsel at Uline Inc.
Susan Allen is a partner in the Milwaukee office of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP. Susan's practice focuses on litigation, including products liability defense, general commercial litigation and insurance coverage litigation. Susan has handled all aspects of complex litigation, representing businesses and insurers in both state and federal courts. Her experience includes defending auto manufacturers against products liability and warranty claims in Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest. Susan also practices in the area of municipal law. She defends municipalities and their insurers against liability claims, and advises municipal clients with ordinance and resolution drafting, and Open Records Law and Open Meetings Law issues.
Jeff Younger is a partner in the Madison office of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP. Jeff’s practice includes both transactional matters and commercial litigation. A significant portion of his practice focuses on employment and labor law (representing management), construction law and contract law. He has extensive experience in real estate transactions and leases, and in business organizational matters, including mergers and acquisitions, buy/sell agreements and non-compete agreements. He represents clients in the banking and accounting industries. He has served as lead counsel in civil and administrative trials and has acted as a private arbitrator.
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