If you’re worrying over the stock market and unemployment rates, you’re not alone. But a bear market doesn’t necessarily mean a decline in litigation. Indeed, the economy’s impacts on the courts can be incredibly complex and are often subject to debate.
Join us for this upcoming webinar as we dive into the data from past bull and bear markets to examine their impacts on litigation, to investigate the changes they’ve sparked in the legal market, and to see how an economic downturn might play out in the legal market today.
Adam Smith Esq.
A lawyer and consultant to law firms on strategic and economic issues, Bruce is President of Adam Smith, Esq. Since the company’s launch in late 2003, nearly 2,000 articles have appeared on “Adam Smith, Esq.” covering such topics as strategy, leadership, globalization, M&A, finance, compensation, cultural considerations, and partnership structures.
Charles W. Delaney Jr. Professor of Law
University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Eli Wald is the Charles W. Delaney Jr. Professor of Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. A legal ethics and legal profession scholar, Wald has written on topics such as increased lawyer mobility, conflict of interests and attorney disqualification, attorney-client communications, lawyers' fiduciary duties to clients, the nationalization and globalization of law practice, and more.
A senior director at Logikcull and former executive director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, Robert Hilson has more than ten years experience in the discovery industry. At Logikcull, Robert Hilson brings his extensive expertise to driving industry engagement and education around the most pressing discovery challenges.
Head of Content
Casey Sullivan is an attorney and writer based out of San Francisco, who leads Logikcull’s content and education efforts. In addition to organizing webinars, releasing white papers, and conducting industry surveys, he writes Logikcull’s news, discovery, and technology blog at logikcull.com/blog.
Mike Quartararo, CEDS
Mike Quartararo is the President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), which provides training and certification in e-discovery to the legal community. He is the author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery and has been successfully consulting in information governance, e-discovery, project management and legal technology for two decades, including 10-year stints at both Skadden Arps and Stroock. He is a certified Project Management Professional and a Certified E-Discovery Specialist. He frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery, legal operations, project management and technology topics. Reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @mikequartararo.