The old adage, “Those who do, do; and those who can’t, teach” is completely off-base, because the value of getting education from people who have been in your position and have experienced the difficulties first hand is priceless. That’s why people in all industries and trades seek out those veteran practitioners to share their experiences and act as mentors.
And eDiscovery is no different, especially with its unique challenges. Which is why IPRO chose 3 veteran eDiscovery practitioners with decades of experience to speak on our latest webinar: eDiscovery from the Trenches.
- Brittany Thaler has eleven years’ experience in supporting teams as a paralegal and hot-seat operator in numerous arbitrations, evidentiary hearings, and trials (both bench and jury), and as a Litigation Support Paralegal, she advised, created, and managed various eDiscovery matters and presentation of cases at trial.
- Jaime Sheppard has managed eDiscovery projects spanning Am Law 50 firms and FORTUNE 50 companies in a variety of practice areas, including product liability, antitrust, insurance, commercial litigation, and intellectual property, as well as non-litigation reviews, working closely with case teams to devise discovery plans and protocols, manage reviews, perform technical quality control, coordinating forensic collection of sensitive documents, etc.
- Lori Bregenzer brings over 20 years of litigation technology experience with a background as the Litigation Technology Manager for a large law firm and subsequently as the owner of a boutique litigation software training and consulting company. These experiences, coupled with her many software certifications as well as the designation of Certified eDiscovery Specialist from ACEDS, give her a vast knowledge of eDiscovery and legal technology.
In the eDiscovery from the Trenches webinar you will hear about:
- Industry Challenges & How to Overcome Them (Education, Cost, Technology)
- Tips & Tricks for Developing a Successful Workflow (Managing Data, Search Techniques, Analytics/TAR)
- How Technology Can Level the eDiscovery Playing Field (Smaller Firms, Judges View, Accessibility)