Keysha Alexander is a litigation paralegal with over 10 years of experience. Ms. Alexander assisted with intellectual property, commercial, and employment law litigation, both in trial and in arbitration. She is experienced working directly with clients and outside counsel, and has supervised and trained other paralegals. Ms. Alexander provides a full range of trial preparation and complex appeal assistance, from document production and database management to court filings, and routine document drafting.
International Trade Commission Litigation. Served as project lead responsible for preparing privilege log, interrogatories, depositions, exhibit list, deposition designations, and general aspects of hearing preparation. Supervised on-site paralegal team.
Litigation Matters. Served as lead paralegal on intellectual property, commercial and employment law cases; responsibilities included on-site document review and collection, implementing and maintaining discovery databases, preparing privilege logs, preparing depositions, and various aspects of discovery. Supervised and trained junior paralegals, and support staff.
Arbitration Matters. Served as lead paralegal responsible for case management, electronic document production, implementing and maintaining discovery database, drafting and reviewing documents for submission to arbitration panel, preparing witness files, and exhibit binders for arbitration before AAA.