Matt Beier is a Claims Attorney with Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual
 Insurance Company (WILMIC), working with lawyers to resolve
 malpractice claims made against policyholders. Prior to joining WILMIC,
 Matt was a civil litigation attorney with experience before Wisconsin
 administrative agencies as well as in state and federal courts. He has
 broad experience in diverse areas of the law, including personal injury,
 employment law, contract law, business law, commercial law, and
 debtor/creditor law. Matt has represented local and national clients,
 including individuals, state and local municipalities, health care systems,
 financial institutions, small businesses, and retailers. He is admitted to
 practice before all state and federal courts serving Wisconsin.

 Matt earned his B.A. degree, with high honors, in 1996 from South
 Dakota State University where he was also a football player for the
Jackrabbits. He earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2000. Matt and his
wife, Lana have two children and have lived in Madison for over 20 years.


 Kate Campbell is a member of the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
 and Technology & Digital Business practice groups. She holds the
 Certified Information Privacy Professional/US (CIPP/US) and Certified
 Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) certifications from the International
 Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
 Kate’s practice focuses on advising clients in a wide array of matters
 related to cybersecurity and data privacy. She counsels clients on
 compliance with state, federal and international privacy laws, including
 the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (EU) (GDPR), the
 California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and the New York Department
 of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation. Kate assists her clients
 with establishing data privacy programs, information security programs,
 information handling, incident response plans, and subsidiary
information technology and security standards and policies. Her work also includes data breach prevention
and data breach response and remediation. Kate also supports clients through litigation related to
cybersecurity and data privacy.

Prior to joining Godfrey & Kahn, Kate practiced in the litigation departments of top firms in Washington
D.C., Chicago, and Los Angeles. She has extensive experience in deceptive trade practice claims, the
Lanham Act and general business-related litigation. During law school, Kate was the Executive Senior
Editor of the Southern California Law Review. She was also a judicial extern for the Honorable Stephen
Hillman of the US District Court, Central District of California. 

 Dr. Galina Datskovsky, CRM, FAI and serial entrepreneur is
 an internationally recognized information governance, privacy,
 compliance, security and artificial intelligence expert. Galina is
 currently a director at Vaporstream, Inc. She previously held the
 position of SVP of Information Governance at Autonomy/HP and was
 General Manager of the Information Governance Business Unit and
 SVP of Architecture while at CA Technologies. She joined CA in 2006
 with the acquisition of MDY Group International, where she was
 founder and CEO.

 Galina currently sits on the advisory board of the Executive Woman’s
 Forum. She is a champion of the entrepreneurial spirit as she has
served on the board of multiple startups, assisting with strategy and continues to support the startup
community. Galina served as Chair, President, President Elect and Director of ARMA International
(2007-2013) and has been widely published in academic journals, speaking frequently for industry
organizations worldwide. She was designated a Distinguished Engineer while at CA (2006-10), was the
recipient of the prestigious Emmet Leahy award (2013) and was named a Fellow of ARMA International

Prior to founding MDY, Galina consulted for IBM and Bell Labs and taught at the Fordham University
Graduate School of Business and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University.
She earned her doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science from Columbia University.


 Philip Droege currently serves as the Director of the White House
 Office of Records Management.  He grew up in the Maryland suburbs
 of Washington, DC and graduated from ConcordiaCollege in Seward,
 Nebraska in 1989. Mr. Droege started his professional life as a high
 school teacher on Long Island, New York.  In July of 1990 he moved
 back to Washington, DC to take a job in the White House as a Records
 Technician.  During his 31 years in the Office of Records Management,
 he has served in five Presidential Administrations as a Records Analyst,
 Supervisor, Deputy Director and his current position as Director, which
 he has held since 2004.

 Mr. Droege and his wife, Kate, have four daughters, Grace, Alice, Lucy,
 and Eleanor.


 Olivia Kelley, DeWitt LLP, continually works with clients to assess
 and address their legal obligations and avoid potential issues
 surrounding the preservation and handling of electronic information.
 Primarily in the context of litigation, Olivia assists shareholders and
 our clients with the preservation, production and acquisition of
 electronic information. As our world moves toward a “paperless” world,
 and the volume of electronically stored information continues to grow
 exponentially, Olivia ensures that no client falls behind the technology

 Jeffrey Krause is a Wisconsin attorney, legal technology and
 efficiency consultant with Affinity Consulting. He has worked with
 hundreds of legal organizations across the country and has spent
 the last twenty years helping other lawyers choose the right
 technology and use it the right way.  He is a frequent speaker on a
 range of topics including technology, time management, succession
 planning, and data-driven decision making.




 Kristian “Lars” Larsen  serves as eDiscovery Director for
 Data Narro, a Milwaukee-based Digital Forensics and eDiscovery firm.
 Lars brings effective and affordable eDiscovery solutions to Data
 Narro’s clients, drawing on 20 years of technology experience in
 application development, data analysis, and project management.
 He is a certified Project Manager for DISCO and iCONECT eDiscovery
review platforms.


 Erin Magennis is a neuroscientist yogi turned developer focused
 on building as a serial entrepreneur at the intersection of community,
 technology, and possibility to enhance our human experience.
 Ventures she is currently involved with include Vallir Technologies,
 a DeFi approach to open finance and standardized digital asset
 valuation, Spree, an NFT AR experience platform, and Like|Minded,
 an enterprise solution for human connection and engagement.
 She has been featured as WI INNO’s 25 Under 25 Rising Tech Leaders
 to Watch and Hatch's Top 100 innovators worldwide.


 Richard J. Sankovitz is a reserve circuit court judge in
 Milwaukee County. He now practices mediation and arbitration
 full-time at Resolute Systems in Milwaukee. Since January, 2019 he
 has conducted more than 230 mediations, and, since the pandemic
 began, more than a hundred by video.

 He has mediated a wide variety of complex commercial, real estate,
 probate, professional liability, employment and intellectual property
 disputes, personal injury actions and family disputes.

 During his 22-year career on the bench, he presided over almost 300
 jury trials and countless pretrial motion hearings. He served multiple
 tours in the civil, family and criminal divisions. He is a contributing author
 to the State Bar treatise, “Contract Law in Wisconsin.” He taught the
 Negotiation Workshop at Marquette Law School.

He is a graduate of Marquette University and Harvard Law School. Before taking the bench he was a
shareholder in the law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C (now Husch Blackwell LLP). His practice
concentrated in complex commercial and antitrust litigation, with significant experience in product liability,
health care and construction litigation.


Sarah Sargent is an attorney in the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
 Practice Group of Godfrey & Kahn. Her practice focuses on assisting
 clients in implementing innovative technology and finding practical
 business solutions for privacy compliance. She also advises clients
 on software licensing, vendor management, data breach prevention,
 GDPR, CCPA, SaaS and software development contracting, and more.
 She holds the CIPP/US and CIPP/E certifications from the International
 Association of Privacy Professionals, allowing her to draw from both
 domestic and international best practices when it comes to questions
 of data privacy.



 With more than 12 years of legal experience, Andy Skwierawski
 combines his background as a veteran software developer and small
 business owner to his technical and scientific-focused law practice that
 includes environmental litigation, e-discovery, complex commercial
 disputes and municipal compliance.

 Andy enjoys working with clients to understand their goals and find
 creative ways to achieve them.

 His technology law practice both crafting and responding to
 ediscovery requests and reviewing software licensing and service
 agreements. Andy’s environmental litigation work has included
 representing manufacturers, property owners, farmers and
 environmental organizations.

Andy spent 10 years working as a software developer and independent consultant at various
Milwaukee corporations. He has developed expertise in software, hardware and firmware for the
access control and security industries, in addition to having written numerous business applications.
He is fluent in C, C++, SQL, SQL Server, .NET, C#, and a whole host of other three letter

 Erik Thompson leads Data Narro’s forensics group and brings
 twenty years of digital forensics and computer security experience to the
 table. Over the years, Erik has developed proprietary forensic
 investigation techniques and methodologies and has served as an
 instructor and lecturer for dozens of classes and seminars. He’s managed
 over 750 investigations and testified in dozens of court cases as an
 expert witness.




 Paul Unger is a nationally recognized speaker, author and
 thought-leader in the legal technology industry. He is an attorney and
 founding principal of Affinity Consulting Group, a nationwide consulting
 company providing legal technology consulting, continuing legal
 education, and training.

 He is the author of dozens legal technology manuals and publications,
 including recent published books, Tame the Digital Chaos – A Lawyer’s
 Guide to Distraction, Time, Task & Email Management (2020), Fight the
 Paper (2019), and PowerPoint in an Hour for Lawyers (2014). He served
 as Chair of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (2012-13,
 2013-14) (, Chair of ABA TECHSHOW (2011)
 (, and on the Executive Board for the Association for
 Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA) (2017-18, 2018-19). He is a member
 of the American Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, Ohio State
 Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association, and specializes in
 document and case management, paperless office strategies, trial presentation and litigation technology,
 and legal-specific software training and professional development for law firms and legal departments
 throughout North America. Mr. Unger has provided trial presentation consultation for over 400 cases. In his
 spare time, he likes to run, cook, garden and restore old homes.


 Tom Watson is Senior Vice President and Director of Communications,
 Marketing & Risk Management at Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance
 Company. He oversees Underwriting and Claims, produces and
 coordinates the company's internal and external communications and
 develops and coordinates the company’s risk management programs
 and law firm and lawyer outreach. He is a 1981 Marquette University
 graduate with a degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications
 and a 2002 graduate of Marquette University Law School. He has been a
 licensed insurance agent in Wisconsin since 2006.

 Watson spent 14 years as a radio news reporter and anchor before
 joining the State Bar of Wisconsin and serving as the organization's
 Public Relations Coordinator for more than seven years. He then went
 into private practice in Madison, focusing primarily on family law before 
joining WILMIC. He serves on the Editorial Board of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Wisconsin Lawyer
magazine and is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Dane County
Bar Association and the Insurance Marketing and Communications Association.