When the litigation team needs an expert on pre-trial matters, including eDiscovery and project management, they call on Michele Young. She handles litigation projects of all sizes and types with ease. From drafting substantive memorandum and briefs, to finding the right document vendor, to managing an in-house team of contract attorneys on a complex matter, Michele has done it all.
Michele understands how to navigate through large volumes of data. She has worked with eDiscovery vendors on protocols for production and handles quality control of production and privilege logs. She counsels clients on the data collection and review process and helps them streamline the review process to avoid mistakes and minimize costs.
Michele prepares the litigation teams for trial by drafting pre-trial motions, handling discovery, and writing briefs to be submitted in both trial and appellate courts. While you will not find Michele in the courtroom arguing a motion, you can be sure that she helped prepare the team who is doing so. Her experience in litigation includes matters under the Federal Employers Liability Act, professional liability issues, intellectual property, insurance coverage disputes and contract concerns.
Michele started her career as a law clerk for the judges of the Douglas County District Court and worked as an adjunct professor at Metropolitan Community College, Creighton University, and the Creighton University School of Law.
Honors & Affiliations
Community & Professional
Nebraska and Omaha Bar Associations
J.D., Creighton University School of Law, 1999 (cum laude)
B.S.B.A., Creighton University, 1991
- State of Nebraska
U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit