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Is an "End to End" the be-all end-all in Discovery Solutions?

By Michelle Mahoney posted 04-26-2013 22:12

Join us on Monday for a great webinar at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. (4:00 pm GMT; 12:00 pm EST; 11:00 am CST; 9:00 am MDT; 9:00 am PST)

Many firms are facing the selection process for a new discovery solution. A primary objective during the evaluation and selection process is to establish the business and technical requirements in order to evaluate potential solutions. A key consideration is whether to build/buy an end-to-end solution or if a best-in-breed approach best meets your discovery needs. This webinar will help you define the workflow and analysis necessary to evaluate your needs and decide which type of solution is right for you.

A litigation attorney since 1990, William (Bil) Kellermann is the Director of Electronic Discovery at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC. In this capacity, he oversees the firm's Electronic Discovery Operations Center (EDOC), working with litigation attorneys, in-house counsel and client IT departments to manage effectively all aspects of computer forensics and electronic discovery associated with a legal matter. Recognized for his expertise in the use of software to automate the litigation process related to electronic evidence discovery, case assessment and trial preparation, Bil is a frequent speaker on e-discovery topics.

As the Litigation Support Manager at Bricker & Eckler LLP, David Hasman provides consulting on litigation and e-discovery matters for the firm. His responsibilities include designing, implementing and maintaining litigation. In addition, David coordinates special projects for the firm and is responsible for the evaluation, selection and negotiation of agreements with third-party discovery vendors. David has 10 years of experience in the litigation support field.

Stephen Dooley is an experienced leader in addressing the practical needs of the discovery process and implementing teams and solutions to address those efforts. With over 18 years of industry experience, he has been instrumental in developing and maintaining three litigation support departments. Stephen is currently the Senior Manager of Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. He actively participates in supporting the growth and education of this community by serving on ILTA's Litigation and Practice Support Peer Group Steering Committee and as a board member of ECALSM.

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