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									HEATHER M. LEHMAN MALINOWSKI
Core Legal Services: President/Owner
6976 Old Bridge Lane E . Dublin . Ohio . 43016
Phone: 330.704.6514
Email: corelegals@yahoo.com Website: www.morecoreservices.com


AREAS OF EXPERTISE
• Case Management and Assessment • Strategic Case Planning • Investigative Discovery and Inquiry • Federal, State and Local Statutes and Rules
• Witness Testimony Assessment • Legal Ethics • Project Management • Executive Level Reporting • Interviewing • Legal Writing
• Document Analysis and Coding • ESI (Electronically Stored Information) • Electronic Device Forensics • Data Analysis
• Legal Research • Interviewing and Investigations • Strategic Reporting • Statistical Analysis • Presentation Preparation


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Stark & Knoll Co., LPA
Akron, Ohio

Senior Litigation & Employment Paralegal                                                                          October 2003 to Present
Reports to Litigation Shareholders

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: legal research; case analysis; writing and editing motions, memoranda, position reports,
mediation summaries, evidentiary disclosures and discovery; designing scrutinizing discovery and investigative inquiries to include written interrogatory
requests, written document requests, written requests for admissions or denials, deposition testimony inquiries, jury voir dire questionnaire; and jury
interrogatories and instructions; appropriately interpret and understand federal, state and local statutes, rules, codes, laws and precedent case law; leading
investigative efforts involving electronic evidence and obtaining evidence from various third party entities and individuals; coding and OCR-ing
evidentiary documents and ESI; managing support staff and work flow/court ordered deadlines for entire legal team; document review, coding and
analysis; analysis of data originating from economic sources; analysis of data originating from various measures of communications and data sources;
analysis of medical and psychological records and notes for purposes of analyzing emotional distress claims; subpoena preparation; execution of collection
efforts such as wage and bank account garnishments, executions on personal and commercial property, foreclosure, liens; preparation of debtor
examination questionnaires and asset recovery investigations; witness and client interviews; comparative analysis of witness testimony to documentary
evidence.

          Measurable quantities of work and work product in multiple areas of law, including: labor, employment, discrimination,
           contract, probate litigation, collections, construction, foreclosures, alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy, civil matters, Civil
           Rights Commission investigations, EEOC investigations, Bureau of Workers’ Compensation investigations, Industrial
           Commission.
          Vast knowledge and understanding of various federal, state and local legal and administrative agencies, including resources
           available through said agencies.
          Created and implemented various document analysis review templates for numerous cases involving large quantities of documentary
           evidence.
          Solely manage, maintain and utilize data and software for conducting searches of OCR documentary evidence and ESI evidence
           produced in native format.


Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite, LPA
Phoenix, Arizona

Litigation Assistant to Shareholder and Chair of Litigation                                                       1999 to 2003
Reports to Litigation Chair

Responsibilities included, but were not limited to, the following: writing and editing legal documentation; managing documentation; preparing court
filings and applications; indexing and reviewing document productions; preparing correspondence and other communications; appropriately interpret and
understand federal, state and local statutes and court rules; communicate with various administrative agencies for purposes of obtaining documentation.

          During my employment I concentrated on various areas of work product associated with civil litigation. However, throughout
           most my employment (from 1999 to 2003), the majority of my time was dedicated to a large civil lawsuit with RICO claims
           involving mergers and acquisitions.


Carlson Wagonlit
Ft. Huachuca, Arizona – United States Army Military Installation
Southern Arizona

Sales Agent and Processing Rep                                                                                    1997 to 1999

Responsibilities included: sales coaching, product training and sales support; arranged and counseled military officials and civilians on leisure and official
travel destinations, including travel rules and regulations; issued electronic visas; trained new agents; day to day accounts receivables and payables;
attended and arranged promotional events involving active duty military officials, veterans and civilian family members; educated and counseled clients
on current travel restrictions and regulations throughout various countries.
         Awarded “Top 10 Agent in the Nation” for sales and customer service.
         Set sales strategies and travel specials for our sales group.
         Conducted client needs assessment with branch managers.
         Carried out new coaching protocols and training sessions with new sales agents
         Promoted branch through various MWR events involving enlisted and retired military officials and civilians.



EDUCATION / PROFESSIONAL INVOLVMENT
PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Portland, Oregon
Hatfield School of Government
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice

         Dean’s List
         Cum Laude
         Pi Sigma Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice Honors Society)
         Conducted University Research Study for Oregon Governmental Agency on Human Trafficking (Sex and Labor)

KAPLAN UNIVERSITY, Phoenix, Arizona
Associates of Applied Science Degree in Legal Studies
Emphasis: Paralegal Studies

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LEGAL ASSISTANTS
Paralegal Certificate
Two day exam conducted at University of Toledo Site

OHIO STATE BAR ASSOCIATION
Paralegal Member

SEMINARS, WEBINARS AND TRAINING ATTENDED
         What They Didn’t Teach You in Law School About ESI                      E-Courtroom Training (Federal Court Akron)
         Employment Discrimination                                               Exploring Challenges of E-mail Management
         2008 E-Discovery Issues                                                 What Goes Bump in the Night: ESI Case Law
         Ethics and Professionalism in an Electronic World                       Distinguish Yourself in the Downturn
         Searing and Produce ESI as Expert Function                              E-Discovery 101
         Preparing for Regulatory and Internal Investigations                    Crash Course in E-Discovery
         U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization                                     Women in E-Discovery
         Article 9 UCC                                                           Cloud Computing and International E-Discovery
         Legal Ethics                                                            Building a Sound Forensic Readiness Plan
         U.S. Discovery and EU Data Privacy                                      Summation IBlaze 3.0 – Part I and II
         Merger Filings in the 21st Century                                      E-Discovery Trends in 2010
         Inhouse E-Discovery                                                     Top 5 Defensible ESI Collection Methods
         Burns-Medico Legal Considerations                                       Exterro- ESI Governance
         Hazards of Walking Surfaces                                             More available upon request


SKILLS , PROFICIENCIES, AND AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE

         Microsoft Word
         Microsoft Excel (including formulas and pivot tables)
         Microsoft Excel for Crime Analysis Data Sets
         Microsoft PowerPoint
         Ability to handle deadline intensive work
         Ability to work under stressful situations
         Knowledge of analyzing geographic patterns
         Measures of central tendency
         Creating charts and graphs
         Analyzing temporal patterns in crime
         Writing strategic crime analysis reports
         Understanding the functions of UCR and NIBRS
         Calculating Crime Rates and percent change over time
         Professional legal and business writing
         Comfortable in social setting


                                   Professional and Personal References Available upon Request

								
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