In this edition of In-House Legal presented by Lex Mundi, host Tim Corcoran with Hubbard One, explores what In-House Counsel should know about Off-Shore Outsourcing of Document Reviews. Special guests include Cindy Courtney, with Day Pitney LLP (Lex Mundi member firm for New Jersey), and Kate Bertini, Assistant General Counsel with United Technologies Corporation in Hartford, Connecticut. The group discusses the nuances of eDiscovery, factors to consider when deciding to use off-shore reviewers and helpful tips and safeguards for In-House Counsel
Want to find out more about “Meet and Confer Sessions?” On Digital Detectives, co-hosts Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. and John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises welcome Texas attorney and e-discovery expert, David Chaumette, partner in the law firm of De La Rosa & Chaumette, to get an inside look at meet and confer sessions. David talks about who should attend a meet and confer session with opposing counsel, what steps you should take if you do not know the answer to an issue that arises during a session, what topics must be covered and how to best document your efforts prior to having to defend your actions in front of a judge!
Special thanks to our sponsor, Applied Discovery.
The Ringler Productivity Manager (RPM) is a new, efficient platform that the whole company can use to quote all the life companies. On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen welcomes guests, Ringler Associate’s RPM guru, Bill Wakelee and Ringler Associate, Cindy Chanley, to take a look at how this new technology is changing the face of structured settlements. Larry, Bill and Cindy explore the ins and outs of RPM, how it benefits colleagues and clients and share their personal experiences with RPM.
On this edition of Digital Detectives, co-hosts Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc. and John W. Simek, Vice President of Sensei Enterprises, take a look at expert witnesses in e-discovery. Sharon and John include some of their own war stories and offer some tips on how to select and use expert witnesses.
Special thanks to our sponsor, Applied Discovery
Earlier this year, the 1st Circuit stymied the IRS in its ongoing effort to attack aggressive corporate tax shelters. In a sharply divided 2-1 panel ruling, the court determined that internal documents of Rhode Island-based Textron didn’t have to be given to the IRS because they are protected by the attorney work-product privilege. In-House Legal host, Paul D. Boynton, Esq., welcomes Attorney Brian Bixby of Burns & Levinson, to help assess the important issues in the Textron case, including the scope of the how much information companies need to divulge to the IRS and perhaps other government regulators.