Please join us for a roundtable discussion on how to help your organization value eDiscovery, your department, and your contributions.
Does your organization understand the value of a strong Litigation Support Department, or the individuals that work tireless hours to meet those production deadlines? Does your organization have a workflow that all eDiscovery projects adhere to? Are we helping to create awareness by marketing those skills and contributions? With end of the year reviews, budgets and reorgs on the horizon, I look forward to facilitating a lively conversation on what has been successful, what challenges we run into, and the opportunity to lean on the room for ways to help better illustrate the skill and knowledge needed for efficient and effective eDiscovery.
Lunch is being sponsored by Special Counsel.
1 CLE credit will be applied for in Minnesota.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, November 6th, 2018. If you are not sure you can attend, please respond with a "Maybe."
Moderator: Kat Trago, Esq. – Solutions Specialist, Special Counsel
Many of you have met or worked with Kat Trago, Esq. over the years. After practicing as a litigator, Kat joined LexisNexis and spent most of the next 10 years selling eDiscovery software throughout the Midwest. In 2017 Kat was presented with an opportunity to join Special Counsel, providing her with the ability to truly act as a consultant with one of the largest end to end providers in the industry. For any who have worked with Kat in the past, you’d know her strength resides in partnering with customers to learn, problem solve, find efficiencies, and achieve strong work product. Partnering with clients fuels Kat’s motivation to continue to learn, grow and network in the ever-evolving eDiscovery landscape. Kat is an alumnus of Marquette Law School and maintains her law license in Wisconsin.
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