LEI Webinar: Climbing a Horizontal Plane E-Discovery’s Future in the Corporate Legal Department

Event Details

Sep 26, 2017

12:00PM-1:00PM EDT

Remote

Complimentary

As a preamble to the Thomson Reuters Corporate Legal Department Operations Forum on September 28, the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute is proud to present a complimentary webinar on the future of e-discovery for today’s corporate legal department. Featuring an elite lineup of in-house counsel and e-discovery authorities, our program will ponder how an ongoing emphasis on process efficiency and reduced legal spend is impacting in-house e-discovery processes and business partners in an era of rampant commoditization.

Online registration now available!

Why You Should Attend

  • Engage a faculty of accomplished peers in sharing best practices for managing the modern day legal department
  • Unlike other e-discovery webinars, our program offers a unique, iconocolastic perspective on the influential forces shaping the impact of legal technology in corporate legal departments today

    Who Should Attend

  • Legal Department Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief Legal Officers
  • General Counsel
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Legal Department Operations Consultants & Third-Party Providers
  • Event Details

    Tuesday, Sep 26

    12:00 PM EDT
    Climbing a Horizontal Plane: E-Discovery’s Future in the Corporate Legal Department

    In their efforts of greater organizational alignment, process efficiency and the desire to curb spending, general counsels are increasingly dedicating more of their budgets towards investments in technological tools.  Yet the explosive growth of e-discovery, a now staple solution for most corporate legal departments, is said to be leveling off.  What will this mean for general counsels who have centered the culture of efficiency in their departments around technology? How will this affect those whom corporate legal departments hire for their work?  Should general counsels consider shifting their focus and budgets in a different direction? Are providers developing new solutions or ways to retool e-discovery to be more or do more? What is e-discovery’s next big move and how can a corporate legal department best be prepared for it?

    Moderator:
    Ed Sohn, VP of Product Management and Partnerships, Legal Managed Services, Thomson Reuters

    Panelists:
    Douglas Bean, National eDiscovery Consultant, Canon Business Process Services, Inc.
    Meghan Landrum, Senior Counsel, Discovery, Google
    Jack Thompson, Senior Manager, Litigation Support/Legal Operations, Sanofi
    David Yerich, Director, e-Discovery, UGH Legal Department, United Health Group

    1:00 PM EDT
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