Prior to her position as the director of human resources, Colleen led our firm's E-Discovery program. Her significant litigation and IT background allowed her to work closely with other attorneys in the firm, to provide our clients with cutting-edge legal advice and guidance in this complex and evolving area of law. Colleen is also highly experienced with a variety of other litigation support tools such as Recommind and Access Data's Summation Pro. This deep understanding of technology applications, is significant to Colleen’s employer and business owner clients, particularly when dealing with exposure in privacy and data security.
Colleen has spoken at numerous conferences, as well as internal seminars, on the topics of electronic discovery in litigation, social media in the workplace, and privacy and data security. She was an author for the Labor Report, a monthly publication of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry which features articles on employment law issues including sexual harassment, disability and racial discrimination.
In 1980, Colleen began employment with Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin as a member of the firm's support staff. While continuing full-time employment with the firm, first as a secretary and then as an applications specialist with the firm's IT department, Colleen obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Holy Family College in 1992. She then went on to receive her juris doctor from Temple University, in 1996.
•Using Technology to Find Facts Fast, Insurance Carrier's 2017 Panel Counsel Summit, May 8 - 10, 2017
•The Many Considerations Pertaining to the ESI 30(b)(6) Witness, International Association of Defense Counsel, Construction Law Committee, Annual Meeting, 2008
•E-Discovery Law Update, Pennsylvania Defense Institute Annual Meeting, 2007
•Electronic Data: When Delete Does Not Mean Goodbye, PLRB Claims Conference, 2006 Annual Meeting
•Electronic Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI, 2006
Colleen Bannon and Diana Cortes Appointed Co-Chairs of Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee
February 15, 2017
Marshall Dennehey attorneys Colleen Bannon, Shareholder and Director of Legal Information Resources, and professional liability associate, Diana P. Cortes, have been appointed the 2017 Co-Chairs of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee. Ms. Bannon also served as the committee'...
Colleen Bannon Appointed Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee
December 21, 2015
Colleen Bannon, Shareholder and Director of Legal Information Resources, has been appointed a Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee. The committee serves as an informational liaison between the federal courts covering the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and...
On The Pulse ... Marshall Dennehey Invests in Technology to Benefit Clients
Defense Digest Article • March 1, 2015
As Director of Legal Information Services at Marshall Dennehey, I frequently speak to our 485 attorneys about ways they can use technology to provide innovative and cost-efficient legal services to our clients. When posed questions about which..., Defense Digest, Vol. 21, No. 1, March 2015Defense Digest is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to provide legal...
Associations & Memberships
•Defense Research Institute
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Philadelphia Bar Association, Chair, Federal Courts Committee, 2017; Vice-Chair, 2016
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