Leah Langston

Product Marketing Manager, Zapproved

Leah Langston is the Product Marketing Manager for Digital Discovery Pro and Legal Hold Pro at Zapproved. In her current role, Leah works closely with corporate legal professionals in all industries to understand the business and technical needs specific to in-house teams. Leah has a proven track record in the technology sector, both as a marketer and a technical support manager. She is currently pursuing an Executive MBA and has a degree in Electrical
Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.

Amy E. Sellars, CEDS

Assistant General Counsel and Director, Discovery Center of Excellence, Cardinal Health

Amy Sellars is an Assistant General Counsel and the Director of the Discovery Center of Excellence for Cardinal Health in Columbus OH. Prior to her current role, she was the Lead Attorney for Walmart’s Discovery Operations Group. She has also worked as a discovery attorney for a midstream oil and gas company, and began her law career as an Associate for Crowe & Dunlevy. Before becoming a lawyer, Amy worked for an ed-tech start-up, where she learned to love databases. Amy’s prior careers also include years as a secondary school teacher and not-for-profit arts administrator.

Daniel Kulakofsky

Associate Group General Counsel, Travelers

Daniel Kulakofsky is Associate Group General Counsel at the Travelers Indemnity Company where he manages the eDiscovery program. In addition to supporting litigation enterprise-wide, Dan’s team provides counsel to the Records & Information Management group and IT organization regarding the deployment of new technologies, as well as data and system dispositions.

Sonya Judkins, CEDS

Manager, Legal Discovery/Compliance, T-Mobile

Sonya Judkins is Manager of Legal Discovery and Compliance at T-Mobile. Prior to joining T- Mobile in June 2020, Sonya held the same position at Sprint for over 12 years. As part of the Discovery & Information Governance (DIG) team at T-Mobile, Mrs. Judkins is responsible for a variety of e-discovery areas including Information Governance best practices, Emerging Technology best practices, Information Governance and discovery training and collections and document reviews. Sonya specializes in the areas of in-house legal/litigation practices and procedures, management of core-team efforts to implement policies, procedures and tools helping to mitigate risks associated with the preservation and production of electronically stored information thereby ensuring compliance with Federal and State laws and regulations. At Sprint, she was also responsible for coordination and assistance to the Records Retention and Compliance team and IT functional areas. Mrs. Judkins joined Nextel Communications in September 1999 as an executive assistant for the commercial contracts group and was promoted to Legal Analyst in November 2002. Mrs. Judkins assumed her discovery responsibilities in March 2008 after the merger of Nextel and Sprint. Sonya lives in the Northern Virginia area and in her free time enjoys spending time with her family and shoe shopping. Mrs. Judkins received her undergraduate degree magna cum laude in Business Administration
with an emphasis for contracts and acquisitions from Strayer University in Alexandria, Virginia.