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3 Tips from Document Review Project ManagersHere are 3 tips from document review project managers that will help make your next review more efficient.
Profile of a Document Review Project Manager
Looking for work as the project manager of a document review?
Data Proliferation, Process Controls and the Role of Project Managers in Document Review
The proliferation of eData gives any document review the potential to become enormous.
3 Document Review Tips from eDiscovery Project Management Experts
Special Counsel review project managers are famous for their bag of tricks—the knowledge, tweaks, anecdotes, and experience they’ve amassed as a team from the thousands of managed reviews our national project…
7 Tips for Managing Remote Teams for eDiscovery Projects
Complexities of eDiscovery matters often pose specific challenges for project managers: varying requirements, critical paths, project inputs and delivery methods.
Profile of a Conflicts ManagerGenerating new business is the lifeblood of every law firm, so why would a firm turn away a profitable new business opportunity? Some of the most common "deal-killers" are ethical concerns - especially if taking on the new client would present a conflict of interest with another client or legal matter already represented by the firm. This is where a Conflicts Manager comes in.
Using Agile Project Management Concepts for eDiscovery
This post explains how a “rolling productions” approach to both small and large eDiscovery projects can help you prepare for common challenges.
Q & A with Kevin Behan, McDermott Will & Emery’s National Manager of Litigation Technology
Shannon Adams, Executive Director of Davidson Technical Staffing, a Special Counsel company, recently discussed the role, use and best practices of litigation technology with Kevin Behan, National Manager of Litigation Technology for McDermott.
Quick Guide to Coding Records in Relativity
Document Review can sometimes be monotonous. Staring at a couple of monitors for hours on end trying some decisions on documents, yeah… not my cup of tea.