Brennen Kelly is a vice president of Epiq’s class action division, chair of its consumer finance practice, and co-chair of Epiq’s regulatory remediation group. He helps clients optimize the claims administration process from notice to disbursement. Mr. Kelly also works closely with financial institutions architecting borrower outreach, remediation and distribution programs. His ability to help solve legal process challenges with IT dimensions coincides with Epiq’s mission of delivering integrated technology solutions to legal professionals.
Lauran Schultz is vice president of Epiq’s Class action division responsible for regulatory and other complex projects. Mr. Schultz has been with Epiq for more than a decade and previously was a senior vice president at National City Bank in Cleveland, Ohio. With Epiq, he has provided executive oversight of programs related to CFPB, OCC, DOJ, FDIC, Federal Reserve, HUD, and other regulatory agencies.