NetDocuments provides the core repository for attorney work product and electronic matter files for their clients. There are a multitude of processes in which a firm's DMS is central, including matter provisioning, matter file transfer, legal hold, implementing need to know access and more. Firms often look for solutions to help manage and improve the efficiency of these processes.
In this webinar, you'll learn which tools can help you get the most value from your NetDocuments implementation. Our panelists will discuss their respective firms' needs, what tools exist and what products they'd like to see.
Ben Weinberger, the Lawyer in Residence at Prosperoware, is an attorney and former law firm administrator with extensive experience in the strategic development, transformation and direction of operations and technology in public and private organizations. He was previously the chief strategy officer for a global consultancy and the CIO for a top UK law firm, two Am Law 200 law firms and the largest municipal law office in the U.S. Ben has consulted on projects for several multinational organizations including The Walt Disney Company and Chevron. He previously practiced law in Chicago where, after clerking for the Federal District Court, he served as legal counsel for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation. He is a regular speaker on such topics as data privacy and security, information governance and emerging technologies, and transformational trends in professional services.
David Clark, the IT Director for Kirton McConkie, has worked in the legal environment for almost 30 years. He was previously the IT director for Jones Waldo, a co-owner of CMJ, a VAR specializing in law firms and document management systems, and worked with the early software product SoftSolutions when it was still in beta status. An active ILTA member serving in many roles for over 17 years, David is currently ILTA's Strategic Relationship Liaison for NetDocuments.
Michael J. McGuire, a Shareholder at Littler, is the firm's Chief Information Security Officer and an Associate General Counsel. He manages the information governance group, including the information protection and privacy and information management departments. His team also negotiates contracts with the firm's vendors. Previously, Michael was a managing director for a global financial services firm, managing a group of lawyers supporting various corporate functions and building information systems to support the global legal department. Prior to that, he was a partner in the litigation and corporate departments at a firm, focusing his practice on legal issues at the intersection of technology and law, including ediscovery, information security and privacy and internet issues.
Martin Metz, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman's Chief Information Officer, has three decades of law firm and technology experience. He has cultivated and led highly successful IT teams at law firms throughout his career. In 1999, Marty founded and ran a successful intranet technology and consulting firm serving large law firms in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada, and created a successful spin-off company to help law firms manage large-scale electronic discovery projects. He was honored with American Lawyer's 2010 IT Director of the Year award for his body of work in advancing the use of technology in the practice of law. In 2014, he was also honored by the Nashville Business Journal as a winner in its Chief Information Officer of the Year category. Marty is a published author and public speaker.
Sponsored By: Prosperoware
Recorded on 10-12-17