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September 23, 2010

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One Hour Legal Project Management

By borrowing project management ideas popular with the software and manufacturing industries, attorneys can learn practical, simple techniques to employ right away to help their firms run more efficiently, have less potential errors and risk of malpractice all while leading to more billable time. Be prepared to have conventional wisdom and preconceived ideas challenged in this cutting-edge and thought provoking journey through advanced business processes.

Larry Port Larry Port, Founding Partner and Chief Software Architect, Rocket Matter, LLC Mike Moore Mike Moore, CFO and VP of Business Affairs, Rocket Matter, LLC

One Hour Tools & Techniques for a Successful Business Development Culture: Client Teams
  • Strengthen client team relationships while enhancing productivity and streamlining communication
  • Indentify growth opportunities with current clients
  • Encouraging better teamwork within your client teams
  • More effective methods to manage process, set and drive goals and track performance
  • Track goals by revenue targets, relationships and customer satisfaction; Enforce accountability standards
  • Ensure efficiency across offices and employees
Darryl Cross Darryl Cross, Vice President, Client Profitability, LexisNexis David Freeman David H. Freeman, J.D., CEO, David Freeman Consulting Group LLC Jason Maeder Jason Maeder, Product Manager, LexisNexis® InterAction™

One Hour The Legal Significance of Search
  • How does the intent of a search change the legal scrutiny which should be applied in measuring its effectiveness?
  • When can search results be deemed “good enough” and when is a determination of “reasonable” comprehensiveness required.
  • How do we ensure that search with legal consequence is comprehensive and yet targeted?
  • Examine how the implementation of a more measured and validated search process can increase defensibility and proportionality.
Gene Eames Gene Eames, E-Discovery Analytics Consultant, Daegis George J. Socha George J. Socha, Jr., Esq., Socha Consulting LLC

One Hour Assessing and Accessing the Knowledge you Already Have

  • Identifying and mining the knowledge you have in-house
  • Organizing your information
  • How to make the knowledge you have accessible across the firm
  • Realizing the benefits of a knowledge management system
  • Strategies for leveraging km in client development
Browning E. Marean Browning E. Marean, Partner, DLA Piper Ayelette Robinson

Ayelette Robinson, Counsel – Knowledge Management, Littler

One Hour Improving Firm Efficiency through Innovative Technologies
  • Review macro conditions and current industry overview to assess where the market stands today
  • Produce greater efficiencies despite economic challenges
  • Leveraging technology platforms
  • Recent technological advancements
  • Benefits of integrating platforms and access to content and tools
Steven B. Levy Steven B. Levy, CEO, Lexician Alison Manchester Alison Manchester, VP, Content Management Services, LexisNexis

One Hour FRCP 26(F) All Access:  A Behind the Scenes View of the Current Requirements
  • Best practices and standards for 26(F) Conference preparedness
  • Counsel are being held to a higher professional standard of knowledge of ESI by the Judiciary
  • Discuss the fundamentals of what is considered “adequate knowledge” of client systems, information and data at the outset of a case
  • Address ECA technologies and analytical tools to enable counsel to place their clients in an advantageous position at the beginning of litigation
Moderator: Featured Speaker: Speakers:  
Howard J. Reissener Howard J. Reissener, Esq., CEO, Planet Data Michael M. Baylson Judge Michael M. Baylson, United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania Ian Hochman, Esq. Ian Hochman, Esq., Special Counsel of E-Discovery, Willkie Farr & Gallager LLP James J. Stricker, Esq. James J. Stricker, Esq., Partner, Kasowitz Benson Torres and Friedman LLP

One Hour

Social Media & eDiscovery:  Untangling the Tweets for the Trials

The cross roads of social media and eDiscovery are the new lawyer nightmare. With eDiscovery expenses on the rise and data volumes increasing rapidly, eDiscovery can be challenging enough. However, with social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and LinkedIn having 100s of millions of users worldwide, this adds a new dimension to the challenge of managing ESI. Lawyers now must grapple with questions which include:

  • Are social media sites discoverable?
  • Should your organization be saving every “tweet” and web-page?
  • What is reasonable and what could you be held accountable for?
  • Can technology help manage these potential data sources?

Attend this session to learn how social media and eDiscovery are intertwined, the challenges of managing these data sources, and the means and methods to manage this new challenge.

Jack Halprin

Jack Halprin, Esq. Vice President, eDiscovery & Compliance Autonomy, Inc.

Michael Lackey

Michael E. Lackey, Jr., Partner, Mayer Brown, LLP

David J. Waxse

Honorable David J. Waxse, US District Court, District of Kansas


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