Your approach to eDiscovery services could be draining your firm’s coffers—and you might not even realize it.
Despite the growth of in-house discovery services in many law firms, firms still struggle with how to value those services, how to convey that value to clients, and how to best recoup their discovery costs. The result is frustrated clients, underutilized staff, and, ultimately, lost revenues. But these challenges aren’t insurmountable.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Where firms are struggling to recoup eDiscovery costs
- Tips for avoiding unpredictable and hidden pricing
- Strategies for turning your discovery process into a revenue generator
- Ethical considerations around eDiscovery billing
Litigation Support Project Manager
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Ricky Brooman, CEDS, is Litigation Support Project Manager at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, where he consults internal and external clients on best practices for eDiscovery and information governance, and manages all phases of the EDRM for litigation matters.
Harrang Long Gary Rudnick
Aaron Crockett is eDiscovery Counsel at Harrang Long Gary Rudnick in Portland, Oregon, where his practice focuses on the management, analysis, and production of digital evidence in civil litigation and other contexts.
Director of Practice Support
Vinson and Elkins
As Director of Practice Support and Office Services at Vinson and Elkins, Jennifer Williams, CEDS, directs all aspects of litigation support technology and electronic discovery. With two decade's worth of experience at Vinson and Elkins, Jennifer coordinates the use of the firm’s practice support technology for electronic discovery, data analysis and management, database support and design, and trial presentation.
Head of Content
Casey Sullivan is an attorney and writer based out of San Francisco who heads Logikcull’s content and education efforts. In addition to organizing webinars and releasing white papers, he writes Logikcull’s news, discovery, and technology blog, Closing the Loop, at logikcull.com/blog.
Mary Mack, CEDS
Mary Mack is a long-time industry expert with over 25 years of experience and leadership to her credit. Under her leadership, ACEDS furthers its commitment of building an international community of e-discovery practitioners for the exchange of training, certification, professional development and networking. Mack is known for her strength in relationship and community building, as well as for the depth of her e-discovery knowledge. Before joining ACEDS, Mary was the Enterprise Technology Counsel for ZyLAB, a global eDiscovery and Intelligent Information Governance software company focused on helping organizations insource eDiscovery to reduce legal spend and prevent privacy breaches and IP leakage. Prior to eDiscovery, Mary designed, coded, tested and maintained mission critical enterprise systems for banks, health insurers and pharmaceutical companies. Certified in eDiscovery, security, access and identity management, forensics and computer telephony, Mary is admitted to the Illinois bar and a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law. Mary is the author of A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery and the co-editor of Thomson Reuters West’s eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel.