|By Marketwired .||
|May 27, 2014 01:37 PM EDT||
ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- DTI (www.DTIglobal.com), the nation's largest privately held independent provider of litigation support, e-discovery, legal process outsourcing and managed services, today announced its continued momentum of thought leadership with its sponsorship and participation in multiple legal educational events throughout the summer of 2014.
NorCal eDiscovery & Information Governance Retreat
Special feature: Samantha Green, Esq., eDiscovery counsel, Legal Solutions at DTI, will participate in a panel discussion titled "Tips for Managing eDiscovery in Government Cases" with esteemed co-panelists, Eugene Illovsky, partner, Morrison & Foerster; Harry Belt, Health Net Inc.; and Kevin Calia, partner, Morrison & Foerster. This panel will discuss the best ways to handle e-discovery when responding to governmental subpoenas and investigations. Do different agencies have different requirements and practices for preservation and production? Do they permit companies to use technology-assisted review? Can you negotiate format of production and other matters with them? Best practices for responding to subpoenas from the SEC, FTC and other agencies and to second requests in antitrust cases will be discussed.
The 4th Annual Law Firm CFO/CIO/COO Forum
New York, NY
Special feature: Christopher Aronson, president, Knowledge Solutions at DTI, will moderate a panel titled "Investing in Infrastructure, Real Estate and Workspace Design." Co-panelists include Timothy Bromiley, senior associate, Gensler; Elizabeth Cooper, international director - tenant representation, Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage, Inc.; and Adam Norris, chief administrative officer, Paul Hastings LLP.
Today's General Counsel Exchange
Special feature: Samantha Green, Esq., eDiscovery counsel, Legal Solutions at DTI, will moderate an exchange session on cooperation and collaboration. The group will discuss: What is it and how do you practically do it? What is aggressive transparency? Government investigations: How to actually "Meet and Confer" rather than "Show up and Listen."
America's Claims Event
Special feature: Jeffrey Jacobs, associate general counsel at DTI, will moderate a panel discussion called "Streamline the Process: Managing Risk and Cost in Litigation" with co-panelists Clifton C. Dutton, senior vice president, director of strategies and eDiscovery, AIG, and Michael Zeoli, vice president and manager of the Litigation Management Unit, Chubb Corporation.
SoCal eDiscovery & Information Governance Retreat
Laguna Beach, CA
Special feature: DTI is sponsoring and Martin Mayne, Esq., Sr. Director, Review Services at DTI is speaking at the SoCal eDiscovery & Information Governance Retreat, which is an informative and interactive gathering of corporate executives, in-house lawyers, outside counsel, judges, thought leaders, and top-rated e-discovery and information governance service and technology vendors.
DTI is the nation's largest independent provider of in-house and outsourced legal services and technology solutions. The company has established service centers in major legal markets across the United States and maintains a client list that includes Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 100 law firms. DTI provides electronic discovery and document review services, legal business process outsourcing and facilities management. The extensive experience of DTI's professionals, industry-leading quality and innovative technology solutions provide DTI clients with a service offering that is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI's national footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com.
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