A former BigLaw lawyer, Anna graduated NYU Law in 2010. She joined PacerPro in 2014 after attending the American Association of Law Librarians annual conference with her brother, the CEO of PacerPro, and seeing first hand how much end users loved what he had built.
Chris Gierymski is a demonstrated leader with over 25 years of experience supporting attorneys and law firms with a focus on risk management and leveraging technology to meet their docketing needs and goals. He served as founding member and past president of the National Docketing Association (NDA). Chris published several articles and white papers related to docketing topics and was a speaker at Aderant Momentum, NALS...the association for legal professionals, the Docketing Affinity Group, and the NDA.
Chris can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Martinez is the Senior Manager, Firm Docketing Services for Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart. She is responsible for managing all docketing in their domestic offices. In 2008, she was responsible for the implementation and project management of the docketing system, training users, and developing training materials. She has written many articles for magazines, trade journals and is working on a manual for best practices and procedures for litigation docketing. She has lectured at multiple NDA webinars, multiple CompuLaw user groups across the nation, the 2014 Momentum Conference, and the 2014 SC Upstate Paralegal Seminar. She is the President of the National CompuLaw Users Group and the 2014 Aderant Momentum Bridge Award—Advocate of the Year.
Viola M. L. Ange, president and founder of IPParalegals, is an Intellectual Property Specialist with more than a quarter century of paralegal experience in U.S. and foreign patent, trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation. Academically, Ms. Ange attended Mesa College in San Diego before transferring to San Diego State University - majoring in business administration while minoring in mathematics and physics.
Viola's public accolades include the 2010 Paralegal Superstar award presented by Paralegal Gateway for her contributions to Paralegal career enhancement. November 2010 also witnessed Ms. Ange's endowment as 2011 Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women in recognition of her lifework achievements as a legal industry luminary.
Viola Ange's career accomplishments merited her acceptance into the American Bar Association, as well as selection to the advisory board of the Institute for Law & Technology at the Center for American and International Law. As IPParalegals' founder and principal, Ms. Ange continues to assume leadership roles in expanding the landscape of the Intellectual Property professional community. Viola can be reached at email@example.com.