Discovery Planning and Alternatives to Formal Discovery

Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 3:15 p.m. ET–4:15 p.m. ET

Create a formal and informal discovery plan to obtain documents and information you need to litigate your case


Matthew Loker is the founder of Loker Law, APC and is Professor of Contracts at the San Luis Obispo College of Law. Prior to moving to California, Matthew attended the University of Toledo in Ohio where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Social Thought with a concentration in Spanish. Immediately after obtaining his undergraduate degree, Matthew went to law school at California Western School of Law. While there, Matthew served as the President of the Entertainment & Sports Law Society as well as Vice President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society. In practice, 100% of the cases handled by Loker Law, APC are consumer related. Said cases range from defending consumers that have been sued by creditors or debt collectors to large Multi-District Class Actions. Specifically, a majority of Matthew’s practice focuses on the FDCPA, the FCRA, the TCPA, California’s Identity Theft Act, and false advertising claims.

Aaron M. Swift was born in St. Petersburg, FL and raised in Mechanicsburg, PA. In 2007, Aaron graduated cum laude from Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA, and then attended Stetson University College of Law. In 2012, Aaron accepted a position at LeavenLaw in St. Petersburg, FL, where he managed the Consumer Law department. In October 2017, Aaron decided to hang a shingle of his own, and Swift, Isringhaus & Dubbeld, P.A. has grown to four attorneys representing consumers throughout Florida. Swift Law is dedicated to fighting debt collectors and credit reporting agencies as well as mortgage, credit card, and timeshare companies.