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

 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.


 Peter Ferr is one of River Run’s Chief Information Officer
 Advisors and Technical Service Leader.He is a member of the
 CIO Services Team and provides consultation services for clients
 in the areas of: 
Strategic Planning, Alignment of Business
 Direction and Technology, Security Operations and Compliance, 
 Change Management, IT Support and Direction, Application
 Integration & Cloud Migration best practices.

 Prior to joining River Run as a CIO Advisor, Peter has worked as
 a Senior IT leader serving Healthcare, 
Legal and Insurance
 Professional Services, Manufacturing and Logistics Organizations.
Peter provided 
the strategic planning, direction and execution of the technology systems that deliver
a first‐class 
customer experience and contributed to the overall efficiency of the business. Working
alongside the 
Business Owners, Senior Leaders and Management teams, he was responsible for
identifying emerging 
trends and innovative solutions while maintaining compliance with government
and corporate 

 Jeff Glazer is a partner at OG+S (ogs.law),
 a technology-forward business law firm. In a prior life,
 Jeff was a software developer working on enabling
 business processes on the internet and some of the first
 corporate intranets. For the past 20+ years, he has
 written and guided clients on issues from terms of service
 to global data security to blockchain applications. 


 Henry T. (Hank) Greely is the Deane F. and Kate Edelman
 Johnson Professor of Law; Professor, by courtesy, of Genetics;
 and directs the Center for Law and the Biosciences at Stanford
 University.  He is a founder of the International Neuroethics
 Society; chairs the Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues Committee
 of the Earth BioGenome Project; and co-chairs the NIH BRAIN
 Initiative’s Neuroethics Working Group. The author of THE END OF
 HUMANS (2021) he graduated from Stanford in 1974 and Yale Law
 School in 1977.


 Kevin Hood is the Director of Information Technology at the law
 firm Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®.   He is responsible for
 planning the firm’s data and communications network, business
 continuity, and disaster planning.   He is an integral part in strategic
 planning as it pertains to choosing, and implementing the firm’s
 software, choosing technology partners, and developing computer
 training for the staff.  Kevin has written a couple of entry level
 information security articles for the Wisconsin Law Journal. 
 He is a retired lieutenant colonel of the Wisconsin National
 Guard and he has been a part of the information technology
 community for over 35 years.

 Prior to joining Ross Kodner's MicroLaw to specialize in legal
 technology consulting, Renee Kodner was a subrogation paralegal
 for 13 years. At MicroLaw, Renée specialized in document management
 systems as well as legal time/billing and case management applications.
 At River Run since 2015, she still consults with firms with a focus on
 procedures and processes, now specializing in M365 email, Teams,
 and One Drive 

 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.


 As the Director of eDiscovery Services at Digital Intelligence,
 Spencer Orin provides guidance to clients in all phases of the
 electronic discovery reference model (EDRM), project planning,
 budget management, and eDiscovery technology. He develops
 protocols, departmental standards, data maps and preservation
 strategies, to ensure eDiscovery is conducted in a consistent and
 defensible manner. A certified expert in Relativity and Nuix, Spencer
 is often engaged to consult on the employment of Early Case
 Assessment strategies, analytics, and predictive coding technology
 as a way to create more efficient, streamlined document reviews.
 He leads Relativity training, educating legal professionals on best
 practices and providing innovative workflows to strengthen their
 review skills. Spencer has conducted dozens of data collections in
 large, highly sensitive matters and is frequently entrusted with
 managing some of the team’s most complicated cases. He is
responsible for the oversight of eDiscovery operations, including the implementation and utilization of
efficient and innovative solutions throughout collection, processing, hosting, review, and production of
electronically stored information (ESI). Spencer is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison,
with a B.S. in Legal Studies, is a Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS), and is a Relativity Certified
Administrator (RCA).

 Pilar N Ossorio, Ph.D., JD is Professor of Law and Bioethics
 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Lead Investigator for the
 Bioethics Program at the UW-affiliated, non-profit Morgridge Institute
 for Research.  She is currently a member of the Novel and Exceptional
 Technologies and Research Advisory Committee (NExTRAC) for the
 National Institutes of Health (NIH) for which she co-chairs the Working
 Group on Data Science and Emerging Technologies.  She has also
 served as a member of the National Human Genome Research Advisory
 Committee and advised or worked on several large-scale human genome
 studies, including the 1000 Genomes Project and the Human Microbiome
Project. She received her Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology from Stanford University and her JD from
the University of California at Berkeley.

 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#, VB.net and a whole host of other three letter

 As a Sr. Forensic Examiner with Digital Intelligence,
 Vaidhyanathan (Vaidhy) Swaminathan collaborates with
 legal counsel and in-house IT personnel to establish and execute a
 plan of action for the identification, preservation, analysis, and
 presentation of electronically stored information (ESI) pertinent to the
 investigative or litigative matter at hand. He acts as a readily available
 resource for legal teams if and when a case advances towards
 litigation, preparing Affidavits, Declarations and sworn expert testimony
 as needed. Skilled in remote data collection and remediation,
 Vaidhyanathan provides forensic services and technical support to a
 growing network of clientele who would otherwise be inaccessible.
 In addition, he administers digital forensic training to corporate IT
 departments as well as his colleagues, combining his extensive
background in cyber security with his experience instructing at the collegiate level. Having built a
knowledgeable foundation for the acquisition and analysis of Apple Inc. devices throughout his master’s
program at the University of Southern California, Vaidhyanathan now serves a critical role in each
Apple-related investigation that comes through the doors at DI. With a sophisticated understanding of the
Apple ecosystem, Vaidhyanathan is consistently engaged to consult on best practices for the extraction of
targeted case data stored within an array of Apple devices and operating systems (OSX, iOS). Vaidhy earned
his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology,
followed by his master’s degree in Cyber Security Engineering from the University of Southern California,
and is a Magnet Certified Examiner (MCFE).
Representative Shannon Zimmerman was born in Madison, Wisconsin.  He attended Augusta High School and furthered his studies at Chippewa Valley Technical College and then the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  He is the founder and CEO of a language translation company.  In 2016 Mr. Zimmerman was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly.  He is active in his community where he  serves on the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Foundation Board as well as the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee and is involved in Rotary.  He is married and has two children.