Litigation Support Review

Sinopse

Large scale litigation requires extreme data management, that could make or break a case in today's legal profession. Welcome to Litigation Support Review, the podcast that's all about handling large databases, acknowledging in the courtroom the skills you need to make a difference with clients. And it's only here, on the Legal Talk Network.

Episódios

  • Implementing Project Management

    Implementing Project Management

    30/09/2010

    On this edition of Litigation Support Review, host Mary Pat Poteet, an eDiscovery/Litigation Support expert with almost 20 years experience and the new Vice President of eDiscovery for RiverGlass Inc., welcomes Julie K. Brown, Litigation Technology Manager with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, to take a look at project management. Julie talks about the elements she finds most important to document and track, the benefits of project management and the do’s and don’ts of setting up project management programs.

  • Collaboration in the Cloud: An EDD Look at SharePoint

    Collaboration in the Cloud: An EDD Look at SharePoint

    20/08/2010 Duração: 23min

    Collaborating in business with SharePoint can be very convenient. It can also be a dumping ground for electronic documents. On this edition of Litigation Support Reivew, host Mary Pat Poteet, an eDiscovery/Litigation Support expert with almost 20 years experience, welcomes Larry Briggi, Director of the Electronic and Evidence Consulting group of FTI Consulting’s Technology practice base in New York to discuss the challenges of forensic data recovery with SharePoint and a helpful list of do’s and don’ts.

  • Challenges for Corporate eDiscovery/Litigation Support Professionals

    Challenges for Corporate eDiscovery/Litigation Support Professionals

    30/07/2010 Duração: 22min

    On this edition of Litigation Support Review, host Mary Pat Poteet, an eDiscovery/Litigation Support expert with almost 20 years experience, welcomes Joanne Lane, Director of eDiscovery and Litigation Support for MetLife, to talk about the everyday challenges in their profession. Joanne discusses the biggest challenge in moving in-house, her new point of view on eDiscovery, how to manage work that is being done for your company and some commonly-held beliefs about corporate life that turned out to be myths.