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Julia B. Hartley

Partner

One Wells Fargo Center
301 South College Street
23rd Floor
Charlotte, NC 28202
julia.hartley@nelsonmullins.com

Julia Hartley is a partner who practices in the areas of electronic discovery, information management, business litigation, antitrust litigation, and data breach litigation. She serves as discovery counsel to clients in complex litigation advising them regarding discovery response strategy, search and review methodologies, and e-discovery challenges. Ms. Hartley advocates on behalf of her clients in the...

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Julia Hartley is a partner who practices in the areas of electronic discovery, information management, business litigation, antitrust litigation, and data breach litigation. She serves as discovery counsel to clients in complex litigation advising them regarding discovery response strategy, search and review methodologies, and e-discovery challenges. Ms. Hartley advocates on behalf of her clients in the negotiation of ESI protocols and the scope of discovery and when discovery disputes arise in the course of litigation. She also works with clients to develop consistent discovery approaches across their cases and enterprises. Prior to concentrating on electronic discovery, Ms. Hartley litigated commercial, business, and employment cases.

negotiation of ESI protocols and the scope of discovery and when discovery disputes arise in the course of litigation. She also works with clients to develop consistent discovery approaches across their cases and enterprises. Prior to concentrating on electronic discovery, Ms. Hartley litigated commercial, business, and employment cases.

Julia Hartley is a partner who practices in the areas of electronic discovery, information management, business litigation, antitrust litigation, and data breach litigation. She serves as discovery counsel to clients in complex litigation advising them regarding discovery response strategy, search and review methodologies, and e-discovery challenges. Ms. Hartley advocates on behalf of her clients in the... negotiation of ESI protocols and the scope of discovery and when discovery disputes arise in the course of litigation. She also works with clients to develop consistent discovery approaches across their cases and enterprises. Prior to concentrating on electronic discovery, Ms. Hartley litigated commercial, business, and employment cases.

Experience

Following is a selected sampling of matters and is provided for informational purposes only. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future matter.

  • Regularly advises clients on defensible approaches to the preservation, collection, and production of electronically stored information and helps develop strategies for clients to address electronic discovery challenges in litigation
  • Routinely coordinates and manages large-scale discovery projects for productions in litigation and subpoena responses

Education

  • University of Tennessee College of Law, JD, with honors (2006)
    • Editorial Board, Tennessee Law Review
    • Participant, 2005 Dean Jerome Prince Evidence Moot Court Competition
  • University of Tennessee, Knoxville, BS, Sport Management, summa cum laude (2002)

Admissions

  • North Carolina

Practice Areas

  • North Carolina Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • Women in E-Discovery
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