Putting the Discovery Team Together
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
1:00 PM ET
Attorneys. Litigation Support Managers. eDiscovery Project Managers. Together they form your Discovery team. Each have a vital role in working together to ensure the successful resolution of a case.
Join us on November 19 and learn how the team works together. We will hear from each practice area and learn how they work together during a lawsuit.
Our panel will specifically address:
Gail's practice focuses on class action litigation and other commercial disputes. She is one of the few defense lawyers to have been involved in the trial of a class action to verdict before a jury. Cognizant of the significant effects technology has on business operations, employee-employer relationships and the practice of law, Gail assists her clients in addressing the challenges brought on by big data, social media and other technological advances. Gail is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Hartford Legal Aid Foundation and the Director of the Connecticut Chapter of Women in eDiscovery. She is a member of The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 and the committee updating The Sedona Conference Commentary on Legal Holds.
Joanne Lane is a recognized expert in litigation support and electronic discovery with over 20 years of law firm and corporate law department experience and 15 years of leadership and mentoring in the legal technology industry. She led MetLife's Litigation Support Operations and eDiscovery Strategy team, partnering with Legal Affairs on discovery responses in litigations, investigations, and regulatory matters. She was Co-Chair of the company¹s eDiscovery Council and served on several committees related to litigation support, electronic discovery, information management and information governance, focusing on improving efficiency and reducing risk. Prior to joining MetLife, Joanne created and led the Legal Technology Services department at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP. She is the current Litigation & Practice Support Peer Group Vice President for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).
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Joanne Lane l Legal Technology and eDiscovery Professional
Gail Gottehrer l Partner at Axinn, Veltrop, Harkrider LLP
Paul Prewitt I Manager, E-Discovery Review and New York Operations
As Manager of e-Discovery Review and New York Operations, Paul Prewitt brings more than fifteen years of experience with high-level, complex litigation projects to Kiersted Systems. He currently leads a team of project managers in supervising hundreds of active hosted review projects. Paul’s team works closely with client-side support personnel to find solutions for clients’ changing needs, and trains clients on functionality for all review systems, including Relativity and Kiersted Direct, Kiersted Systems’ proprietary ECA platform. Even in high-stress, fast-paced legal environments, they excel at meeting project goals and achieving winning results. With Paul and his team at the helm of any project, Kiersted clients can expect radical efficiency and superior solutions.
Joshua Gilliland l President l Majority Opinion LLC
Joshua Gilliland, Esq., is a California attorney and nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog “Bow Tie Law.” Josh has conducted over 350 Continuing Legal Education seminars on e-discovery all across North America. Mr. Gilliland has a passion for the impact of technology on the practice of law. Mr. Gilliland is a columnist forLitigationWorld, has guest lectured at his alma mater, McGeorge School of Law, has been published in The American Lawyer magazine, and is active in the Santa Clara County Bar Association.
One credit of CLE is approved in NY, NJ, IL & CA