Kristin Marschner’s practice focuses on electronic discovery in complex commercial disputes, mergers and acquisitions, and government investigations. She is experienced in all aspects of electronic discovery, including large-scale data collections, document review management, technology-assisted review methods, and litigation support systems. She has particular interest in the intersection of law and technology and employs her experience to deliver efficient and cost-effective discovery results for her clients.
Prior to joining Mantese Honigman, PC, Ms. Marschner was a review attorney with a large multinational computer forensics and E-discovery firm, working closely with litigation and trial teams on litigation and electronic discovery readiness, information management, quality control, discovery issues, and all phases of document review. Before making the career change to E-discovery, she spent 11 years as general counsel to a large regional financial institution, participating in issues related to merger, contract, regulatory compliance, debt collection, lending, and human resource law.
Ms. Marschner earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at Western Michigan University prior to completing her legal education at Michigan State University and her MBA at Baker College. She is a lifelong Michigan resident and enjoys playing in her spare time with her three children and two dogs.
- M.B.A., Baker College, 2015
- J.D., Michigan State University College of Law, 2007
- B.A., Western Michigan University, Political Science, 2004
- State Bar of Michigan
- United States District Court, Western District of Michigan