Our next Chapter meeting is scheduled on February 21st @ UCF
This month's meeting is on the hot topic of eDiscovery and we have assembled a panel of experts to discuss all facets of eDiscovery. This is going to be an impactful program you won't want to miss.
Below are two of the panelists who will be speaking to us while answering any questions you may have. Along with Josh Lazar, please take a moment to meet Donna Chesteen and Suzanne Meehle.
Look forward to seeing you soon.
Donna Chesteen is founder of and attorney at The Tech Law Firm, a law firm focused on technology-related legal matters. She was a professional software engineer for 20 years before becoming an attorney so she understands the processes and lingo of the tech world. She uses this understanding to help her clients by translating between geek and legalese. In addition, she has conducted many eDiscovery educational seminars and she and Suzanne Meehle (also on the panel) recently co-taught an eDiscovery class for law students at Barry University School of Law.
Suzanne D’Aunoy Meehle started her career as a Software Systems Engineer and Database Administrator for healthcare and technology firms. After twelve years in the software industry, in 2003, Suzanne enrolled in Barry University School of Law in Orlando, Florida and graduated in the top 10 of her class in 2006.
Suzanne spent more than three years at a large Central Florida law firm before starting her own firm in 2009. In 2016, Davey T. Jay, Esq., joined the firm, now named “Meehle & Jay.” Meehle & Jay serves businesses in the areas of corporate law, contracts, entertainment law, intellectual property, employment law, and business litigation.
Suzanne teaches courses on representing small businesses at Solo Practice University, as well as writing a monthly column for the site. In 2016, she co-taught (with Donna Chesteen, Esq.) a hands-on course in e-discovery at Barry University School of Law.
She is a member of the Board of The Greater Sanford Regional Chamber of Commerce, and serves as 2016 Chair of the Board for the Better Business Bureau Serving Central Florida. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association, the Orange County Bar Association, and the Seminole County Bar Association. She has volunteered as a Guardian ad Litem for children in foster care through the Legal Aid Society since 2006.
Suzanne was honored with the highest peer-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent, in 2010. She was also named a 2016 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine.
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