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On-Demand Webcast - Collaborative E-Discovery: Driving defensibility through transparency inside and outside the corporation

Created on August 9, 2012

E-discovery is a multi-faceted, time-consuming process comprising various processes, people (custodians, service providers, outside law firms) and technology (software, Cloud computing). In most cases, inside legal teams are responsible for managing the e-discovery and associated legal risks as cost-effectively and defensively as possible. Transparency and collaboration, enabled by technology and expert services, are critical for today’s legal teams in their quest to contain scope, ensure defensibility and secure optimal results in the e-discovery process. This webcast reviewed and provided best practices for driving defensibility in e-discovery for corporations, including:

  • Leveraging early analysis and advanced analytics to understand the scope and costs of a matter
  • Constructing workflows and leveraging technology to provide visibility and transparency into all e-discovery phases
  • Utilizing managed services to bring greater collaboration and control to the e-discovery process
Speakers:

Brian Philipp, Vice President of Discovery Solutions, Lightspeed Legal Adam Wells, Vice President of Business Development and eDiscovery Services, TERIS                     Joseph Aakre, E-Discovery Solutions Consultant, Exterro                                                                   Michael Hamilton, J.D., Sr. E-Discovery Analyst, Exterro

 

 

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~ Select Clients ~

Allstate
Statoil
AOL
JP Morgan Chase
Nike
Citgo
Target
United Health
Microsoft
Metlife
Marathon
Starbucks
AstraZeneca
Visa
Oracle
DOJ
Kroger
American Express
Lockheed Martin
Allergan
New York Life
Intel
Golden Living
Hanover Insurance
Consolidated Edison Company (Con-Ed)
Supervalu
Los Alamos National Lab
Washingon AGO
Juniper Networks
Boeing
Corvel
Trinity
American Airlines
Lifepoint Hospitals
Fidelity