2015 October

Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Paul Wittekind, ‎Director of Information Technology Services at Porzio Bromberg & Newman P.C.

Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Sandy Mikita, Information Technology Project Manager at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC.

Most organizations have adapted to the new normal of supporting employee-owned devices and providing the tools necessary for lawyers and staff to work when away from the office. As more people make the transition to working remotely more than in a traditional office, there are implications that need to be addressed. We had three of your ILTA peers share their thoughts on how to make a remote workforce really work. You can read the article that includes all three perspectives in the Fall 2015 edition of Peer to Peer. Here is the full interview with Andy Jurczyk, Chief Information Officer at Seyfarth Shaw LLP.

Certifiable! The Value of Certifications to Your Career - CEDS with ACEDS

Is the Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS) designation right for you? Find out in this installment of our podcast series on industry-related certifications, as Janice Jaco speaks with Mary Mack of ACEDS about the benefits of holding the CEDS certification.

Speakers:
Janice Jaco is the E-Discovery Project Manager at Keesal, Young & Logan, where she brings creative solutions to data‐intensive challenges and supports the efficient delivery of outstanding e-discovery, legal project management, ESI consulting and technology services to clients. She is an ACEDS Certified E-Discovery Specialist with extensive experience managing large‐scale e‐discovery collections in state and federal courts, and in SEC enforcement actions and DOJ investigations. Janice holds numerous certifications and is one of a small team of professionals steering the e-disclosure/e-discovery group of the Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition (LTC4), charged with defining competency standards for attorneys and paraprofessionals in the broad spectrum of skills required to measure e-discovery competency. She is the recipient of ACEDS' prestigious 2015 E-Discovery Person of the Year award.

Mary Mack, the Executive Director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS), is the author of A Process of Illumination, the Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery and the co-editor of the Thomson Reuters West treatise, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel. With 15 years of experience in handling e-discovery, she was previously the enterprise technology counsel for ZyLAB and the corporate technology counsel for Fios. Mary is a member of the Illinois bar.