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Moving Beyond Litigation Support

To navigate through a highly fluctuating market, we are witnessing law firms embracing change and revisiting their litigation support services and strategies to develop a unified and client-centric approach for their organizations


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Litigation Support Tool Tips - Adobe Action

Being in eDiscovery, many times I find myself having to perform the same task on hundreds or thousands of PDFs – for example, removing hidden information and comments. Thankfully, Adobe has a feature called “Actions” that allows you to apply one or more routine sets of commands to PDFs. ...


Announcement
Latest Litigation & Practice Support White Paper

(June 2014) White Paper Now Available - Discovery Solutions; Process, Products and Progress


Announcement
Latest Litigation & Practice Support White Paper

(May 2013) White Paper now Available - Beyond the Basics


Knowledge Bank
US Federal Rules - Litigation Support & eDiscovery

Federal Rules Cornell University Law School: Legal Information Institute http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/ (Federal Rules of Civil Procedure http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/fre/ (Federal Rules of Evidence) United States Courts Rules & Policies http://www.uscourts.gov/RulesAndPolicies/FederalRulemaking/RulesAndForms.aspx #Litigation and Practice Support


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Kudos to the Litigation Support Guru!

Just in case you don't subscribe to the Litigation Support Guru site, I thought the blog today titled "Having a Bad Day in Litigation Support" was very well done! You can read it at this link: Litigation Support Guru The examples cited as well as what a good litigation support professional will learn from these experiences is spot on


Volunteer Opportunity
Litigation & Practice Support Content Coordinating Team (2021)

TERM : One Year; renewable subject to selection process: October 1 to September 30 TEAM COMPOSITION : The team is comprised of the following roles: Two Program Planning Council members, serving as liaisons One Content Coordinating Team Coordinator Eight to ten Content Coordinating Team members (dependent on team’s areas of focus The team will be supported by the ILTA Program Manager, Education and Content and an ILTA Project Coordinator as their staff liaisons

 09-01-2020  |  Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)


Volunteer Opportunity
Litigation & Practice Support Content Coordinating Team (2020)

TERM : One Year; renewable subject to selection process: October 1 to September 30 TEAM COMPOSITION : The team is comprised of the following roles: Two Program Planning Council members, serving as liaisons One Content Coordinating Team Coordinator Eight to ten Content Coordinating Team members (dependent on team’s areas of focus The team will be supported by the ILTA Program Manager, Education and Content and an ILTA Project Coordinator as their staff liaisons

 10-01-2019  |  Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)


Volunteer Opportunity
Litigation & Practice Support Content Coordinating Team (2019)

Areas of Focus: The Litigation & Practice Support Content Coordinating Team will work to deliver quality, relevant and timely educational and member-driven programming within the areas of focus of litigation and practice support. The perfect applicant has advanced knowledge of some or all of the following subject matters: Litigation Support Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Analytics and dashboards Case/Matter Management Claimant Databases Collaboration and file sharing Electronically stored information (ESI) and other discovery data International litigation and borderless data (Privacy shield; GDPR) Legal process management and process Improvement Regulatory Compliance Risk Management Tools and technology Trial Support Managed services and outsourcing Forensics Information governance and evidence management Education and training Case closure Innovation Machine Learning + AI IoT Responsibilities: Work with team members to conduct a detailed review of potential topics ideas Collaborate with team members to determine specific types of programming for each topic (i.e., webinar, podcast, article, etc.)

 12-01-2018  |  Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)


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Interview Tips for the Litigation Support Field

As the director of a litigation support department at a large law firm, I am sometimes asked for advice by law students and other candidates looking for jobs in this space