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Live at ILTAVATION in NYC: An Interview with ILTA’s Dawn Hudgins and Gaynor Senyszyn

Posted by ilta on 30th April 2019

Live at ILTAVATION, Beth Anne Stuebe, ILTA's Senior Content Manager, Publications, interviews Dawn Hudgins, ILTA VP, Events & Conferences, and Event Education Manager Gaynor Senyszyn, to tell us all about the event and the other two events this week! Tune in to learn what to expect at this innovation-based, one-day event. 

Posted in Legal Technology | Comments

There is a Hole in My Bucket: Convergence of Privacy, Security & eDiscovery: Making a pro well rounded

Posted by ilta on 29th April 2019

There’s a hole in my bucket:  Does your bucket almost “floweth over” but something is missing for your own career’s trajectory? Listen to our conversation as Holland Knight’s Joan Washburn, BakerHostetler’s Eric Pulsipher, and TRU Staffing’s CEO, Jared Coseglia discuss the convergence of eDiscovery, Privacy and Security and their valuable tips for integrating new skillsets now or making a future career move in a related discipline.

Moderator:
Joan Washburn - Director of Litigation eDiscovery Services, Holland & Knight

Speakers:
Eric Pulsipher - Project Manager, BakerHostetler LLP
Jared Coseglia - Founder & CEO, TRU Staffing Partners, Inc.

Posted in Litigation support or eDiscovery, ediscovery | Comments

Windows 10: Another Runaway Train

Posted by ilta on 22nd April 2019

As Microsoft moves Windows and Office to a subscription model where updates come much more frequently, many law firms are struggling to adjust.  Join us in this podcast where Jason Baker (Fish & Richardson, PC) and Jay Parekh (Netrix, LLC) discuss what the new upgrade cycle looks like for law firms and what is happening in the field. Also, please take a moment to fill out this SURVEY, to help our speakers ascertain certain information about Windows 10 from the attendee perspective, that will be discussed during the June 6th webinar, “Windows 10, It’s Not an Event - It’s a Journey!”

Moderator:
Jason Baker - Senior Manager Helpdesk and Applications Architect at Fish & Richardson P.C.

Speaker:
Jay Parekh - Partner & Director, Enterprise Computing & Mobility at Netrix, LLC

Posted in Applications | Comments

“Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto: How Internal Chatbots can save time and increase productivity”

Posted by ilta on 18th April 2019

In This ILTA podcast episode, Jack Recinto of the Content Coordinating Team discusses "Fenni” the knowledge bot of Fenwick & West with the chief designer and creator Mark Gerow, Director of Fenwick Labs.  Learn about Fenwick’s experience and benefits in implementing a  knowledge bot and the advancements they have made in this innovative endeavor.

Moderator:
Jack Recinto - Senior Applications Director, Vedder Price P.C.

Speaker:
Mark Gerow - Director of Applications Development, Fenwick & West LLP

Recorded on 4-12-2019

Posted in Legal Technology | Comments

Interview with Practice Management Professionals - Debbie Leitner

Posted by ilta on 17th April 2019

Please enjoy this exciting “snackable” podcast series that will interview two leading practice management professionals and highlight their respective chief responsibilities, what they do at the firm, how they would describe a “typical day,” how they got into their current role and what has been their biggest accomplishment to date. We will also learn a few fun interests/tidbits about both professionals at the end of the podcast.

Host: 
Holly Hanna - Intranet Manager at Perkins Coie 

Speakers: 
Mary Panetta - Director of Litigation Practice Operations at Winston & Strawn LLP 
Debbie Leitner - Practice Manager at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP 

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Interview with Practice Managers - Mary Panetta

Posted by ilta on 17th April 2019

Please enjoy this exciting “snackable” podcast series that will interview two leading practice management professionals and highlight their respective chief responsibilities, what they do at the firm, how they would describe a “typical day,” how they got into their current role and what has been their biggest accomplishment to date. We will also learn a few fun interests/tidbits about both professionals at the end of the podcast.

Host: 
Holly Hanna - Intranet Manager at Perkins Coie 

Speakers: 
Mary Panetta - Director of Litigation Practice Operations at Winston & Strawn LLP 
Debbie Leitner - Practice Manager at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP 

Posted in practice management | Comments

Fostering a Customer Service Ethos

Posted by ilta on 15th April 2019

Please listen to this exciting “snackable” podcast provided by two leading volunteer experts whom will discuss how you should think and interact with your clients, share processes and examples of giving stellar customer service and how you create muscle memory across the firm and the challenges encountered in doing so.

Interviewer: 
Holly Hanna - Intranet Manager, Perkins Coie 

Speakers: 
Ed Empamano - Director of Customer Experience, Perkins Coie 
Jessica King - Reference Services Manager, Perkins Coie 

Posted in practice management, professional services | Comments

Where To Go From Here: Part 2: Climbing the Career Ladder

Posted by ilta on 13th April 2019

Pleased enjoy this exciting two-part snackable podcast series led by two leading experts that will discuss and answer a variety of areas and questions revolving around mobility in the workplace. Whether you have a strong desire to climb up the corporate ladder or are seeking to get ahead with a move that will provide you more responsibility, both are equally important to better understand and position yourself in the field.

Host:
April Heimerl - Senior Business Solutions Architect at Fish and Richardson 

Speakers:
Chere Estrin - 
CEO at Estrin Legal Staffing 
Brian Bernhard - 
Senior Office Administrator at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. 

Special Contributor:
Anne Christman
- Certified Paralegal at Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.

Posted in Legal Technology | Comments

Where To Go From Here: Part 1: Getting Ahead in your Career

Posted by ilta on 13th April 2019

Pleased enjoy this exciting two-part snackable podcast series led by two leading experts that will discuss and answer a variety of areas and questions revolving around mobility in the workplace. Whether you have a strong desire to climb up the corporate ladder or are seeking to get ahead with a move that will provide you more responsibility, both are equally important to better understand and position yourself in the field.

Host:
April Heimerl - Senior Business Solutions Architect at Fish and Richardson 

Speakers:
Chere Estrin - 
CEO at Estrin Legal Staffing 
Brian Bernhard - 
Senior Office Administrator at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. 

Special Contributor:
Anne Christman
- Certified Paralegal at Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.

Posted in practice management, professional services | Comments

Collaborating initiatives with in-house lit support and Corporate challenges and opportunities in eDiscovery

Posted by ilta on 9th April 2019

When ediscovery is managed in-house, out-sourced, or a combination, everyone must keep an eye out for the pitfalls and smooth out the snags that inevitably occur. Come listen to a Podcast where Lisa Fabian, Practice Support Manager of Hanson Bridgett LLP, moderates a conversation between Donald Knight, Legal Technology Program Manager of PNC Bank, and Christine Stansall, Litigation Support Analyst of Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, discuss what they do to minimize uncertainty throughout the EDRM. Hear how assessing knowledge, using communication, and applying project management techniques can keep all parties involved and engaged during ediscovery.

Moderator:
Lisa Fabian, Practice Support Manager of Hanson Bridgett LLP

Speakers:
Donald Knight, Legal Technology Program Manager of PNC Bank
Christine Stansall, Litigation Support Analyst of Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch,

Recorded on March 28, 2019

Posted in Litigation Support, Litigation, Litigation support or eDiscovery, ediscovery | Comments