Your Guide to Storing Electronic Copy, Handling Incoming Mail, Document Naming, and More
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Samantha Taylor is the Director of Operations and a senior litigation paralegal at Wharton Law, PLLC in Salt Lake City, Utah. Originally hailing from the Information Technology industry, she brings a wealth of operations, business administration, and project management experience to the legal profession. Among her many credentials, she holds the Legal Process Improvement Professional certification from the International Institute of Legal Project Management, an Executive eDiscovery certificate from ACEDS, and is an Accredited Legal Professional. Through her consulting company, Penumbra Legal, Ms. Taylor assists law firms to improve their internal processes and procedures, teaches CLE for various organizations nationwide, and provides expert witness services in the areas of digital evidence and eDiscovery. She earned her paralegal certificate from Weber State University.
Peter Vanderhooft is a licensed paralegal practitioner (LPP) and owner of Vanderhooft Legal. He has been working as a paralegal since 2017 on a wide variety of litigation matters, including real estate, contact disputes, family law, debt collection, unlawful detainer, medical malpractice, and personal injury. Mr. Vanderhooft is a certified paralegal with the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA), a member of the Utah Paralegal Association, and the secretary and Region 2 director of the Paralegal Division of the Utah State Bar. Mr. Vanderhooft has also worked as a librarian and became a certified records analyst (CRA) with the Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM) in 2018.
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