Jeremy’s practice focuses on discovery and information governance. As part of Shook’s Data and Discovery Strategies group, Jeremy advises clients on best practices for preservation, collection, processing, review and production as part of the discovery process. He has experience in preparing and negotiating protective orders and production protocols, as well as opposing “discovery on discovery” efforts. Jeremy also has experience litigating a wide variety of discovery disputes.
In his representation of pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, Jeremy manages various aspects of litigation from initial discovery through judgment, appeals and resolution. He has experience defending lawsuits in multidistrict litigation as well as individual cases pending in state and federal courts across the country.
Jeremy is actively involved in the eDiscovery legal community and dedicates a portion of his time to tracking relevant market and technology trends to better serve his clients. He is a member of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production. Jeremy is also a member of The Sedona Conference eDiscovery Case Law Update team, through which he contributes case law summaries for publication.
Speaker, Nuts & Bolts of Discovery, Shook New Lawyer Survivor Skills, Kansas City, Missouri (February 13, 2019).
Panelist, Extracting ESI From Requesting Parties & Associated Ethical Obligations, EDI Leadership Summit, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (October 11, 2018).
Speaker, Predictive Coding: Losing the Spin; Finding Practical Uses, Shook PMDLD CLE, Kansas City, Missouri (January 16, 2013).
Speaker, eDiscovery: Document Preservation & Review, Shook PMDLD Attorney Summit CLE, Kansas City, Missouri (October 25, 2012).
Panelist, Forever Home, Shook Family Court 101 CLE, Kansas City, Missouri (December 7, 2011).
Steering Committee Member and Contributor, Spoliation: Edition 3.0, The Electronic Discovery Institute (2019).
Editorial Board Member and Contributor, Spoliation, The Electronic Discovery Institute (2015).
Co-author, Professional Human Service Occupation Biases Represented in General Psychology Textbooks, 36 Journal of Instructional Psychology 194 (2009).