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Overview

Jenna is a senior paralegal who concentrates on product liability, construction defect, and insurance and warranty litigation.

Jenna assists clients and attorneys in all phases of litigation at the state, federal and appellate court levels. She facilitates cases from initial investigation through large-scale document production, arbitrations and pretrial preparation including complex, multiparty, high-profile matters.

Dedicated to using technology to create efficient and cost-effective solutions for clients, Jenna is highly skilled in many trial software systems. She has helped advance technology and innovation across the firm, and is involved in legal project management and new business pitches.

She also actively works on eDiscovery initiatives, including protocols for managing data workflow and maintaining best practices relating to litigation technology.


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Education

  • Paralegal Certificate, Northwest Wisconsin Technical College
Experience
  • Assisted as lead paralegal and trial technologist in obtaining $6 million jury verdict during six-week trial relating to construction defect of parking structure and catastrophic resulting injuries.
  • Assisted as lead paralegal and trial technologist in obtaining unanimous defense verdicts for our client against product liability claims, including failure to warn and defective product design, as well as punitive damages.
  • Assisted as lead paralegal on cases involving extensive discovery, including providing support at client sites in management of large-scale document productions and case strategy meetings, and managing attorney review teams on large-scale document review and productions.
  • Served as lead paralegal on cases involving fiduciary duties, Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) warranty claims and malpractice.
Outside the Office

Jenna enjoys gaining new perspectives by visiting other cultures.

She’s traveled to Africa, South America and across much of Europe. Whether halfway around the world or at her local Peruvian restaurant, she considers herself a foodie and likes trying new flavors. Jenna’s also sports-minded, which she attributes to having grown up with two older brothers. She’s a lifelong soccer player and coach, and cheers on her hometown Wisconsin sports teams.

Community Leadership
  • Cathedral Meal Program, Volunteer