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LItigation/Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy

Amy Yeskie brings over 25 years of legal experience to Krieg DeVault LLP.  She is an integral part of any litigation team and has been involved in a wide variety of matters, including complex business/commercial disputes, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy actions, labor and employment law matters, and construction litigation. 

Her knowledge and attention to detail make her perfectly suited to assist with managing the discovery process, reviewing and maintaining pertinent records and documents, and preparing for trial and other critical court hearings.  Importantly, Ms. Yeskie is at the forefront of technological developments impacting today’s litigation practice.  She has significant experience and training in the use of Relativity, Westlaw, Drafting Assistant, Adobe, and the state and federal electronic case filing systems, and trains the attorneys and staff in the use of these tools. Ms. Yeskie currently serves as the Membership Director and Litigation Chair of the Indiana Paralegal Association.

Estate Planning and Personal Services

Amy is a member of the firm's Estate Planning and Administration Practice Group, where she navigates clients in the areas of estate planning, estate and trust administration, guardianships, and trust and estate litigation.

Representative Experience

  • Provide assistance in all aspects of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy matters
  • Involved in all stages of the litigation process including drafting initial pleadings, court filings, discovery requests and compilation of responsive discovery documents.
  • Maintaining discovery indexes; organizing voluminous case files; calendaring discovery deadlines; organizing, reviewing and analyzing documents for production; organizing, summarizing and analyzing records and assisting with e-discovery.
  • Extensive contact with clients, court staff and attorneys.
  • Serve as liaison between clients, witnesses, experts, and vendors.
  • Thorough and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of both state and federal courts electronic case filing (ECF) systems.  Assist in training on the ECF state and federal courts systems.
  • Conducting legal research, analyzing issues and crafting legal research memorandums.
  • Trial preparation and assistance, including gathering, identifying and organizing exhibits, preparing trial binders and managing document-intensive files.

Professional Associations

  • Indianapolis Bar Association, Paralegal Section, Member
  • Indiana Paralegal Association, Membership Director & Litigation Section Chair
  • National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Member
  • IndyBar, Member of the Paralegal Executive Committee

Awards & Recognitions

  • Indiana Paralegal Association: 2018 New Member of the Year Award
  • Central Nine Vocational Technical School, Highest Academic Achievement