Ms. Koziara has litigated a variety of disputes in both State and Federal courts. Her experiences include breach of contract claims, business tort actions, consumer actions and professional malpractice claims. In her government investigations practice, she has defended financial institutions, investment advisers, and other corporate entities before government agencies, counseling clients from the early stages of an investigation through successful settlement negotiations.
Ms. Koziara understands the practical intricacies of litigating in the electronic era, and has managed complex and voluminous e-discovery processes employing a range of review structures and tools. She has significant experience training and overseeing review teams, negotiating and coordinating with eDiscovery vendors, and optimizing review processes to fit the individual client’s needs.
Prior to joining Duane Morris, Ms. Koziara served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jessica R. Mayer of the New Jersey Superior Court (Multi-County Litigation assignment).
Ms. Koziara is a 2011 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was senior editor of Journal of Law and Social Change. She holds a B.A. in music from Wesleyan University.
•Duane Morris LLP
- Associate, 2012-present
•New Jersey Superior Court
- Law Clerk to the Hon. Jessica R. Mayer, 2011-2012
•Co-author, Spoliation of Electronic Information Under Amended Federal Rule 37(e), The Legal Intelligencer, February 7, 2017
•Author, Shelter Dogs and Inmates Reinvent Themselves Together At New Leash On Life USA, The Legal Intelligencer, November 18, 2014
•Co-author, Useful Advice from PDLG to Summer Associates Everywhere, The Legal Intelligencer, June 9, 2014
•Co-author, Disclosure of Seed Sets: Required to Cooperate or Protected as Attorney Work Product?, The Legal Intelligencer, February 18, 2014
•Barrister, University of Pennsylvania Law School American Inn of Court
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