Karin Jenson focuses her practice on electronic discovery advocacy and the defense of complex and class action litigation and arbitration. She draws on years of experience as a commercial litigator and puts her role as an advocate and skilled negotiator at the forefront of her practice, which can dramatically reduce the costs and stress of discovery. Karin manages all aspects of litigation, from pre-lawsuit counseling to trial and appeal, and she has extensive experience with alternative dispute resolution. Karin is known for her sound judgment, responsiveness to clients and adversaries, and willingness to calculate and explain the risks of discovery decisions in litigation. National Co-Chair of BakerHostetler’s E-Discovery Advocacy and Management team, Karin has earned a reputation for her sophisticated approach to e-discovery and her strong and thoughtful management of the discovery process. She has witnessed the evolution of discovery practices and rules, and has come to be a thought leader and frequent consultant on the topic. With the ability to see how critical discovery-related decisions might play out in litigation, in trial or in settlement discussions, Karin brings a practical focus to electronic discovery that recognizes not just the importance of disciplined litigation support, but also the role of focused advocacy in addressing the burdens, costs and opportunities of discovery in modern complex litigation. Karin is a regular contributor to the firm’s e-discovery blog, Discovery Advocate.