Start Date: 9/24/2020 2:00 PM EDT
End Date: 9/24/2020 3:00 PM EDT
Part I of the discussion scratched the surface of COVID-19's impact on remote work and litigation workflow. Part II will continue the discussion and dive deeper into the impact of changing Court Rules and workflow disruptions.
Joseph C. Scott, J.D., is a licensed California attorney and the Chief Strategy Officer at American LegalNet. He has over 20 years of experience working in the legal vertical and is a recognized legal technology expert, bringing his unique perspective on the implementation of innovative technologies to help law firms achieve their business goals. Having served on several industry and company advisory boards, and as an author of numerous articles on legal technologies and risk management, Mr. Scott regularly speaks to law firms and associations across the country illustrating the power that software and internet-based solutions can provide to law firms.
Daniel H. Abrahamian, Esq., is the Court Rules Managing Attorney at American LegalNet. Daniel graduated with honors from UCLA undergrad and went on to earn his law degree from UCLA School of Law. Prior to joining ALN Daniel was a practicing litigator in California for over fifteen years, with the majority of his time practicing as a civil litigator for Herzfeld & Rubin in Los Angeles. Mr. Abrahamian brings a wealth of practical experience and Court Rules expertise to his Managing Attorney role.
Kevin Pray, M.B.A. is the Senior Director of Product Development at American LegalNet, focusing on docketing products. Kevin began his career in the legal services industry in 2007, at a small but well-known Chicago law firm. While considering attending law school, he transitioned to a large AmLaw 200 law firm in 2008, and was promoted a year later to oversee docketing for the Complex Litigation Product Liability/Toxic Tort defense practice group, which was the largest in the firm at the time. After completing his MBA, Kevin became the National Litigation Docket Manager at Foley & Lardner, overseeing all litigation docketing across Foley’s nationwide offices. In 2018 Kevin joined American LegalNet, providing the invaluable user’s perspective to future product development.
Audrey Priolo, Esq., is a Litigation Procedure Attorney at American LegalNet. Ms. Priolo received her undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska and completed her economics minor at Oxford University. She earned her law degree at Southwestern University. Ms. Priolo has 13 years of experience as a California litigator and has tried numerous cases in California, both in State and Federal court, as well as successfully defending her trial wins into the appellate level. When she was practicing, she split her time fairly evenly between plaintiff and defense, so she provides great practical experience from both sides.