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Kenneth J. Treece

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  • Kalamazoo

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    f. 269.276.8300


Ken Treece began his practice as a litigator in commercial law and railroad defense. After a brief departure from practice as a human resources professional, he returned with a focus on eDiscovery law. Ken has conducted and supervised all phases of eDiscovery document review projects from collection and initial search terms preparation to document review and production, and privilege log preparation. He has assisted litigation teams with deposition and trial preparation and drafted eDiscovery plans/protocols along with briefs in support of the prosecution and defense of discovery-related motions. His diverse eDiscovery experience includes complex commercial litigation, antitrust litigation and pre-merger investigations, white collar criminal defense, intellectual property disputes, labor and employment actions, and internal investigations. Ken has also written numerous articles on eDiscovery law and practice and has spoken to various groups throughout Michigan on all matters related to eDiscovery.


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  • Purdue University M.S. 1998
  • University of Arkansas at Fayetteville J.D. 1986 with honors
  • Purdue University B.S. 1983


  • 2005, Michigan

Bar Associations

  • State Bar of Michigan


Honors & Awards


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