Attorneys, litigation support professionals and IT teams have to keep up-to-date with trends and changes in the discovery realm to effectively and efficiently manage ESI for their clients and organizations. Listen to this special report and hear about Electronic Evidence and Discovery: What Every Lawyer Should Know Now co-authored by Attorneys Michele Lange and Kristin Nimsger from Kroll Ontrack. The book, on the American Bar Association’s best seller list, is everything law firms and corporate practitioners need to know for a successful discovery effort. Rick Anderson moderates the discussion with Michele Lange and Patrick Oot. Click here to order the second edition of the book.
With so much attention on containing costs, it can be difficult for IT leaders to successfully advocate for projects. In this December edition of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay welcomes Jo Haraf, former CIO of Morrison & Foerster and founder of Haraf Professional Services, to discuss how IT leaders can mesh their strategies with firm goals, by creating “IT Portfolios.”
In this edition of the ESI Report, Kroll Ontrack Managing Staff Attorney Gina Jytyla welcomes Tim Morgner, President of Complete Systems Integration and Rich Kessler, Managing Consultant in Kroll Ontrack’s ESI Consulting Group, to discuss how to best bridge the communication gap that can exist between Legal and IT and how these two departments can work together in creating an efficient e-discovery response to investigations or litigation. In the Bits & Bytes segment, Kroll Ontrack Legal Correspondent, Kelly Kubacki, will take a look at the discovery order issued in Bray & Gillespie Management LLC v. Lexington Insurance Company.