New research (i.e. Exterro’s recently released 2018 Law Firm Legal Benchmarking report) has given in-house legal professionals greater insight on how they can prevent mistakes, miscommunications and other blunders when dealing with law firms concerning e-discovery activities.
In this upcoming webcast, hear our expert panel of law firm attorneys that will analyze the report’s findings and offer tips for in-house legal professionals on how they can work more effectively with law firm personnel when tackling e-discovery tasks.
Register for this webcast and get:
Advice from three experienced law firm attorneys, who have optimized e-discovery services for their clients
An in-depth analysis of how law firms are working with their clients around e-discovery issues
New techniques for improving how you communicate and work with your law firms
Gareth Evans is a litigation partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, with 28 years of experience at the firm. His career has focused on complex business litigation and governmental investigations, and has included matters in many different subject matter areas.
Mr. Evans has extensive experience in securities class action and shareholder derivative litigation, and also has represented clients in investigations and enforcement actions brought by the Department of Justice, SEC and other regulatory and enforcement agencies. His experience also includes insurance coverage litigation and advising clients regarding insurance coverage issues, appellate and antitrust litigation, representing investment advisors in ’40s Act litigation, and advising and representing clients in matters involving data privacy issues.
David is the chair of Reed Smith’s Records & E-Discovery Group. He has 30 years of commercial litigation experience in a variety of subject matters. David serves as special e-discovery counsel in many cases, represents companies in complex litigation matters, and also counsels clients on records management and litigation readiness issues.
Anne Bentley McCray
Anne has served as an integral part of the firm’s litigation bench. She currently co-chairs the firm’s e-discovery practice group, and manages a team of discovery attorneys at the firm’s Richmond, Virginia e-discovery site. Unlike many lawyers in this area, her practice is rooted in more than a decade of trial and arbitration experience. As a result, Anne provides a valuable defense-focused perspective while also ensuring the e-discovery process is as efficient and cost-effective as possible for lawyers and clients. A leader in the field, Anne is a frequent speaker and author in the ever-changing area of e-discovery. She works to keep McGuireWoods lawyers and clients up-to-date on issues as they develop.