Archive for the 'Litigation' Category

Driving adoption of even useful technology is notoriously difficult. What are some helpful strategies for Litigation Support professionals to get buy-in and training time commitments from busy attorneys?

Moderator:
@Tyler Crabtree - 
eDiscovery Specialist, Ellis George Cipollone Browne O'Brien Annaguey, LLP​

Speaker:
@Sachin Gupta - Knowledge Management Attorney – Data & Technology Transactions, Latham & Watkins LLP

Recorded on 02-03-2022


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The legal community responded to the impact of the pandemic and lockdown by innovating rapidly and adopting virtual hearings. The UK commercial courts were ahead of the curve and delayed only four cases during the national lockdown period.

International arbitration matters continued to be heard around the world. The real innovation lies beyond just the use of video conferencing tools like Zoom and Microsoft.

In this podcast, learn how virtual hearings have continued to evolve, improve, and gain traction throughout the world in 2021.

Questions Marlene will ask the speakers:

  • What are the most significant changes to the hearing and trial process caused by online access? Good and bad. (Begins at 00:46 seconds)
  • There are certainly technical challenges with any online experience. What are some that are particular to online hearings and trials? (Begins at 4:54)
  • How about ethical issues? Approvals to host, rules of engagement? What do you have to consider and how do you ensure everyone is behaving appropriately? (Begins at 8:42) 
  • Does the non-legal prep work differ at all? If you are presenting at trial, It might be more like theatre in terms of delivery. But online is more like television. You have to worry about things like your background and lighting. I know people who take classes to learn about where to look at the camera and how to move. Things perhaps a broadcast journalist or social media influencer would learn (Begins at 12:56)
  • What is one funny experience you have had in an online hearing or trial? Any cat people? (Begins at 17:29) 

Moderator: 
@Marlene Gebauer - Director Of Knowledge Management, Locke Lord LLP

Speakers:
​Judge Christopher Sprysenski - Circuit Judge, 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida
Richard Howell - Partner, Jackson Walker LLP
@Jeremy Cooper - Senior Trial Consultant, Paul Hastings

​Recorded on 11-09-2021

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In this podcast interview session, the speaker will flesh out some of those options as well as tools to have in-house to help make small firms more self-sufficient. The goal is to walk away with more knowledge.

Moderator:
@Tyler Crabtree - ​eDiscovery Specialist, Browne George Ross O'Brien Annaguey & Ellis LLP

Speaker:
@Monique Sever - Paralegal/Litigation Support & eDiscovery Supervisor, Harper Grey

Recorded on 10-29-2021


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In this podcast, the speaker will discuss how to best leverage technology to facilitate collaboration and task tracking, design workflows that systematize regular, on-going tasks; and facilitate effective communications/working towards common goals for a shared client.

Moderator:
@Shawn McClurg -  Litigation Support Manager, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

Speaker:
@Jessica Hasen - Senior Counsel, Perkins Coie LLP

​Recorded on 10-28-2021

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There are tons of tools and programs out there that can be used for collections, but which ones are firms actually using? This podcast will discuss a few of the tools that firms are using in-house to do their own collections.

Confirmed Moderator:
@Charles Neal - 
Litigation Support/eDiscovery Manager, Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL

Confirmed Speakers:
@Cameron Herzog - Director of IT, Brownstein Rask LLP
@Heather Lansberry - Litigation Support Manager, Ulmer & Berne LLP

Recorded on 07-06-2021

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Join us in learning the perspectives of three eDiscovery practitioners on two common scenarios that lawyers may encounter. In this podcast, we will address archiving and destruction, returning of evidence.

All opinions or personal views expressed are their own and not those of their organizations. As the title mentions, this will be a series of podcasts highlighting practical considerations when talking to your lawyers about data. We encourage you to follow the series and provide feedback in the evaluation link below!

Moderator: 
@Charles Neal -
 Litigation Support/eDiscovery Manager, Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL

Podcast Speakers:
@Jennifer Bernstein -
 Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, ‎JPMorgan Chase & Co.
@Kate Collum
VP - US Operations Manager, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
@Cameron Herzog - Director of IT, Brownstein Rask LLP 

Recorded on 05-28-2021

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In this podcast, we will share challenges and pain points in client/lit support relationships along with discussing innovation.

Moderator: 
@Chris Acosta - 
Head of Firmwide e-Discovery Resources · ‎Morrison & Foerster LLP

Speaker:
@Candi Smith, CEDS
- Sr. Technology & eDiscovery Specialist, Jabil

Recorded on 5-20-2021

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Sometimes the solution isn’t clear. Sometimes the product doesn’t exist or isn’t in your toolbox and you need to adapt a pre-existing product in a non-standard way. In this podcast, the speaker will talk us through how they trained themselves to look beyond the obvious solution(s) and found success in a non-standard solution.

Moderator: 
@Tyler Crabtree
Senior Legal Analyst, State of California Office of the Attorney General - DOJ​

Speaker: 
@Shawn McClurg,
 Litigation Support Manager, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

​Recorded on 05-03-2021

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In this 15 minute podcast, we will share challenges and pain points in client/lit support relationships.

Moderator:
@Gretel Best - Manager, Litigation Support & eDiscovery, Gowling WLG (CANADA) LLP​

Speaker:
Alejandro (Alex) Manevich - Senior Counsel, Buildings, Stantec

Recorded on 03-03-2021

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Join us in learning the perspectives of three eDiscovery practitioners on two common scenarios that lawyers may encounter. In this podcast, we will focus on collection and potential ways to reduce the amount of data collected. All opinions or personal views expressed are their own and not those of their organizations. 

As the title mentions, this will be a series of podcasts highlighting practical considerations when talking to your lawyers about data. Our next topic will address Volume & Cost (Processing and Review). We encourage you to follow the series and provide feedback in the evaluation link below! 

Podcast Moderator
@Charles Neal

Podcast Guests
@Jennifer Bernstein
@Kate Collum
@Cameron Herzog​​​​

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