ILTA - International Legal Technology Association

In this snackable podcast, the speaker will briefly highlight how more and more electronic conversations are taking place outside of traditional email. The recent DOJ opinion re. FCPA requires companies to do a better job managing this data. With this requirement, they will discuss if you should consider updating your IG policies to state what platforms communications are allowed to take place on along with have you changed your retention policy in light of DOJ opinion?

Host:
@Carolyn Robinson,
 eDiscovery Associate for the Americas - Office of the Regional General Counsel, Robert Bosch, LLC (RBNA) Legal Department

Speaker:
@Ben Hubble
Records Manager, Wendy's International, LLC

Recorded on 7-19-19

 

Please enjoy this snackable podcast which will discuss applying project management principles to legal projects, how applying project management principles to the law help the firm and clients, are there any particular areas of the law that project management principles lend themselves better to contracts, ligation, etc?
Sterling will also share how applying legal project principles to the law requires a focus on process thinking and describe if there is a particular discipline firms/legal departments should invest and engage in first, process improvement or project management or both? 

Host:

@Lekecia Barclay, Technology Advisor, The Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service


Speaker:

Sterling Miller, Senior Counsel, Hilgers Graben PLLC and author of “Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel” (the blog series and the book)

Recorded on 7-19-19

In this podcast Jon Washburn, one of the presenters at this year’s LegalSEC Pre-Summit Workshop, gives a 20 minute outline of the topics discussed in “Building an Incident Response Plan” and “Post Incident Handling” session. If you are interested in more detail, or actual access to the slide decks, the full recordings for these sessions are available HERE.

ILTA welcomes Ben Wynne-Simmons, Head of Growth at Fliplet, for Episode of What Went Wrong. He has previously held positions as Head of Investments at Coral Reef and Investment Director at 3i and Barclays Private Equity. Ben is an ILTACON attendee and innovator and is here today to talk about changing technology, innovation, and his Summer Peer to Peer article “Lessons from Failed Innovation Projects.”

Welcome to Part One of the Summer edition of the ILTA podcast “HopsCast.” This episode's guest is Patty Azimi, Senior Marketing Technology Manager at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, L.L.P. Patty is based in Los Angeles and talked to us about legal marketing, getting a seat at the table, diversity and inclusion, and of course, about baseball and hops.

Please enjoy the final installment of the two-part "snackable" podcast series which is focused on highlighting those in the field whom has recently been promoted to a director or C level position or changed firms in those roles. You will learn how they dealt with their new teams and lawyers, crafted their transition plans and share advice for others who in a similar situation.

Host:
@Scott David - Senior Manager - Service Support at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP 

Interviewee:
@Adriana De Marco - Director, Knowledge Management & Innovation at Stikeman Elliott LLP

Please enjoy the final installment of the two-part "snackable" podcast series which is focused on highlighting those in the field whom has recently been promoted to a director or C level position or changed firms in those roles. You will learn how they dealt with their new teams and lawyers, crafted their transition plans and share advice for others who in a similar situation.

Host:
@Scott David - Senior Manager - Service Support at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP 

Interviewee:
@Stephen Dooley - 
Director of Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP 

As eDiscovery and litigation support professionals, training end users can become an important part of your job. Most of us don’t have teaching experience, but the better you are at training, the easier the rest of your job will be. A well-trained review team leads to a smooth production;  a well-trained trial team leads to fewer midnight phone calls. In this snackable podcast series we talked to three lit support professionals with strong training skills. Holland & Knight has developed an admirable training program on Relativity for their reviewers – we spoke to Kristen Wiwczar about what she’s learned from teaching others. Jessica Carter of Driven helps Driven’s corporate and law firm clients develop workflows and best practices on One, Relativity and Brainspace – she has insights on keeping users engaged and how law firm lit support staff can supplement vendor training.  Ethan Hirsch of Ipro trains his customers on Trial Director and the Ipro suite of eDiscovery tools -  he spoke about going onsite during the pre-trial crunch and what’s different about training for trial.

Moderator:
Gillian Glass, CRM, CEDS - Director of Legal Services, Farella Braun + Martel

Speakers:
Kristen Wiwczar - eDiscovery Services Managed Review Center Manager, Holland & Knight
Jessica C. Carter - Consulting Analyst, Driven
Ethan Hirsch - Training Consultant, Ipro

As eDiscovery and litigation support professionals, training end users can become an important part of your job. Most of us don’t have teaching experience, but the better you are at training, the easier the rest of your job will be. A well-trained review team leads to a smooth production;  a well-trained trial team leads to fewer midnight phone calls. In this snackable podcast series we talked to three lit support professionals with strong training skills. Holland & Knight has developed an admirable training program on Relativity for their reviewers – we spoke to Kristen Wiwczar about what she’s learned from teaching others. Jessica Carter of Driven helps Driven’s corporate and law firm clients develop workflows and best practices on One, Relativity and Brainspace – she has insights on keeping users engaged and how law firm lit support staff can supplement vendor training.  Ethan Hirsch of Ipro trains his customers on Trial Director and the Ipro suite of eDiscovery tools -  he spoke about going onsite during the pre-trial crunch and what’s different about training for trial.

Moderator:
Gillian Glass, CRM, CEDS - Director of Legal Services, Farella Braun + Martel

Speakers:
Kristen Wiwczar - eDiscovery Services Managed Review Center Manager, Holland & Knight
Jessica C. Carter - Consulting Analyst, Driven
Ethan Hirsch - Training Consultant, Ipro

As eDiscovery and litigation support professionals, training end users can become an important part of your job. Most of us don’t have teaching experience, but the better you are at training, the easier the rest of your job will be. A well-trained review team leads to a smooth production;  a well-trained trial team leads to fewer midnight phone calls. In this snackable podcast series we talked to three lit support professionals with strong training skills. Holland & Knight has developed an admirable training program on Relativity for their reviewers – we spoke to Kristen Wiwczar about what she’s learned from teaching others. Jessica Carter of Driven helps Driven’s corporate and law firm clients develop workflows and best practices on One, Relativity and Brainspace – she has insights on keeping users engaged and how law firm lit support staff can supplement vendor training.  Ethan Hirsch of Ipro trains his customers on Trial Director and the Ipro suite of eDiscovery tools -  he spoke about going onsite during the pre-trial crunch and what’s different about training for trial.

Moderator:
Gillian Glass, CRM, CEDS - Director of Legal Services, Farella Braun + Martel

Speakers:
Kristen Wiwczar - eDiscovery Services Managed Review Center Manager, Holland & Knight
Jessica C. Carter - Consulting Analyst, Driven
Ethan Hirsch - Training Consultant, Ipro

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