Joseph G. Eaton is a Partner in the Indianapolis office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP. He is vice chairperson and co-administrator in the Litigation Department and chair of the firm’s Toxic Tort Practice Group. Mr. Eaton has represented chemical, petroleum and industrial manufacturers in complex litigation throughout the U.S. Mr. Eaton concentrates his practice in litigating matters involving chemical product liability actions, including plaintiffs’ personal injury and property damage litigation relating to alleged toxic products.
Henry C. Eickelberg is an adjunct professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he serves as the student advisor for the Law Center’s LL.M. ERISA certificate.
Valerie Eifert is an associate in Reed Smith’s Labor & Employment Group. Her practice focuses on management-side representation in both employment litigation and traditional labor matters. Valerie works on employment discrimination matters and assists in representing employers on a wide variety of employment claims, including wage-and-hour litigation, wrongful discharge allegations, and actions under the Labor Management Relations Act.
Robert Eisenberg is a Director of Empire Discovery where he provides legally defensible eDiscovery consulting and legal technology services to clients. Mr. Eisenberg has over 30 years' experience in the practice of law and the rendering of consultative and technical services relating to the discovery of Electronically Stored Information (ESI), Computer Forensics, Records and Information Management (RIM) and traditional paper-based litigation support services. Mr. Eisenberg frequently conducts seminars, CLE courses, webinars and other presentations on the subjects of eDiscovery and Electronic Records Management.
Lannie Elderkin joined Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) in 1991 following CSC’s acquisition of Analytics, where she was Vice President and General Counsel. Since joining CSC, she has held progressively responsible roles in CSC’s legal department. Today, she leads a combined legal and contracts team of 200 professionals serving the legal, compliance and contracting needs of CSC’s North American Public Sector (NPS).
Whitney C. Ellerman is head of Katten’s Washington, D.C., Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice and co-head of the office’s White Collar Defense, Internal Investigations and Compliance practice. Mr. Ellerman represents Fortune 500 companies, high-ranking public officials and corporate executives throughout the nation in complex criminal cases involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, federal environmental statutes including the Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act, fraud and corruption, antitrust and other criminal statutes. He also assists clients in designing, customizing and implementing comprehensive compliance programs.
Charles Elson is the Edgar S. Woolard, Jr. Chair in Corporate Governance and Professor of Finance at the University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics. Professor Elson is a leading authority on corporate governance issues and his fields of expertise include executive compensation, corporate compliance, securities regulation, corporate legal matters and Delaware issues.
Larry Espel founded Greene Espel PLLP with Cliff Greene in 1993. Mr. Espel's practice includes federal and state litigation in Minnesota and throughout the country. It has involved class actions and multi-district lawsuits, arbitration, and administrative proceedings to resolve commercial, environmental, construction, products liability, and telecommunications disputes.
Amor A. Esteban is a Partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP. where he has developed an expertise on e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. Mr. Esteban represents national and international businesses in all aspects of e-data and information law and related litigation and government investigations.
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