Biography

Jen oversees litigation support and e-discovery for Verrill. She joined the firm as a paralegal in 2010 and also serves as the Paralegal Coordinator.

Before returning to Maine, Jen worked at Jackson & Campbell, P.C., in Washington, D.C. She brings her experience as a litigation paralegal and e-discovery specialist to support all stages of litigation, from collection and management of large data sets through trial.

Jen consults with legal teams to develop and implement cost-effective and defensible solutions for our clients. As an experienced user and administrator of multiple litigation support, case management, and trial presentation software, she can recommend technology solutions suited to the needs of the case. Jen enjoys working directly with clients and serving as a liaison between technical and legal professionals. She has experience developing data identification and collection strategies, implementing e-discovery plans, coordinating with service providers, managing large document review teams, and presenting evidence at trial.

Outside the office, you will find Jen enjoying a different outdoor sport each season and exploring Maine with her family. She is an avid knitter and enjoys volunteering with elementary students. She is on the Board of Directors of the Greater Portland Christian School.

Services/Industries

Education

  • Georgetown E-Discovery Training Academy
  • Hillsdale College  (B.S.)

Honors

  • Ipro Certified Eclipse SE Administrator
  • ACEDS Certified E-Discovery Specialist

Firm Highlights

Event

2020 Life Sciences Venture Summit, Part Three

We are happy to be sponsoring Maine Center for Entrepreneurs' 2020 Life Sciences Venture Summit. Join for its third of three parts to hear from an impressive panel of entrepreneurs on what it takes...

Blog

401(k) Plan Sponsors – Time to Focus on Compliance with the SECURE Act’s Eligibility and Vesting Rules for Long-Term, Part-Time Employees

As noted in our January 7, 2020 Client Advisory , the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (the “SECURE Act”) requires 401(k) plans to allow certain long-term, part-time employees to...

Matter

Swift Current Energy

Verrill represents the 100-megawatt Three Rivers Solar Project in Hancock County, Maine. Verrill assists the project with real estate and environmental permitting work, including negotiation of a protocol to allow the project to proceed...

News

Verrill Honors Robin Murphy with Annual Roger A. Putnam Community Service Award

Robin D. Murphy
Matter

Longroad Energy

Verrill represents Longroad Energy (“Longroad”) on its renewable energy work in Maine. Longroad is a Boston, MA-headquartered renewable energy company that develops and operates wind and solar energy projects throughout North America. Verrill has...

Blog

IRS announces 2021 plan limits

The IRS has announced adjusted benefit plan limits for 2021. These adjustments reflect inflation, and are important for administrators of employee retirement and health plans. The limit on 401(k) and 403(b) plan elective deferrals...

News

Honoring Judge Juan R. Torruella

In honor and memory of Judge Torruella, Boston Universtiy Law School published an article, Honoring Judge Juan R. Torruella. Attorney at Verrill and BU Law graduate, Anuj Khetarpal clerked for Judge Torruella and was...

Event

NWCDN Workers' Compensation in a Post-COVID World

Join the National Workers' Compensation Defense Network (NWCDN) and the WorkersCompensation.com Center for a live virtual seminar. This year, due to COVID concerns, the organization has partnered with WorkersCompensation.com to bring you two virtual...

Publication/Podcast

Domestic Discovery for Foreign Arbitrations? Now Three Circuits Say “No”

Well, that didn’t take long! Earlier this month I posted a short piece describing a two-to-two circuit split on the question of whether a foreign private arbitration panel is a “foreign or international tribunal&rdquo...

Publication/Podcast

Zoom ADR: Best Practices for Virtually Every Virtual ADR Event

As the post-COVID-19 “new normal” comes into focus, it is unlikely that civil jury trials will happen in many jurisdictions until at least the spring of 2021. For family law matters, cases involving children...