Lori is a commercial litigator with extensive experience in complex and multi-jurisdictional litigation. She particularly focuses on litigation management and the logistics of case execution, where her efforts are directed towards creating and implementing efficient and cost-effective litigation plans for the firm’s clients.

Lori is at the forefront of the technologies that are used for electronic discovery execution and the retrieval, forensics, processing, review, and production of electronic data. She has developed metrics to manage reviewer productivity and has assisted with instituting quality control methodologies. She has devised and executed discovery plans on multi-jurisdictional cases and has been instrumental in the application of the latest technologies to efficiently streamline the litigation process. Lori works on cases of all sizes and scope from inception through trial and appeals, assisting with virtually all aspects of case research, preparation, and organization. Her experience includes cases involving the Department of Justice, various US Attorneys’ Offices, as well as internal investigations and corporate matters.

Lori also serves in a leadership capacity at the firm, overseeing Barton’s legal support services and acting as a strategic coordinator. Her oversight encompasses application support, database development, training, testing, and the creation of end-user documentation. She serves as a valuable conduit of communication between attorneys and support staff, ensuring the successful and timely realization of client objectives.

Prior to joining Barton, Lori managed the litigation support functions at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, Chadbourne & Parke, and Norton Rose Fulbright following its merger with Chadbourne, where she was heavily involved with the development and use of internal technologies and hosted platforms.