In-House eDiscovery for Law Firms Large and Small
Date: Wednesday, May 1st 2013
Location: World Trade Center Mezzanine Room, Building 2, 26 SW Salmon, Portland
Recent legal trends and improvements of technology make it possible for law firms to control and manage their clients' electronically stored information internally, thus better protecting clients' sensitive information and reducing or eliminating dependence on expensive outside eDiscovery vendors. An incidental consequence of the inevitable evolution towards lawyer-management of eDiscovery processes is the opportunity to make in-house eDiscovery an additional profit center for law firms.
Differentiate your law firm by developing defensible and repeatable in-house capabilities to collect, review, produce, and present electronic evidence at trial. Incrementally bring more eDiscovery services in-house for better quality of work, control of the process, increased law firm revenue and cost savings for your clients. This CLE is very practical with many computer demonstrations.
Tom Howe has been a practicing attorney for over 25 years, licensed in Washington and Oregon. He helps law firms, corporations, and government clients with electronic discovery. He has written four books (law and technology) and speaks at legal conferences throughout North America and technology conferences around the world.