InOutsource Expands by Adding Dedicated Conflicts Analysis Professional

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InOutsource, a leading provider of records retention and information management consulting to law firms, announced today that Kristopher Klein has joined the firm as a senior conflicts analyst. In this role, he will work directly with clients to research, review, analyze and resolve potential conflicts of interest. In addition, he will help clients establish workflow processes for handling and resolving conflicts and train the firm's staff on these processes and procedures.

As our team has grown and our client demands have evolved, we realized we needed to provide in-depth conflicts analysis to our customers

InOutsource, a leading provider of records retention and information management consulting to law firms, announced today that Kristopher Klein has joined the firm as a senior conflicts analyst. In this role, he will work directly with clients to research, review, analyze and resolve potential conflicts of interest. In addition, he will help clients establish workflow processes for handling and resolving conflicts and train the firm's staff on these processes and procedures.

"As our team has grown and our client demands have evolved, we realized we needed to provide in-depth conflicts analysis to our customers," said Nancy Beauchemin, founder and president of InOutsource. "Kristopher's skills and experience fill that role nicely. I know our customers will appreciate working with him."

Before joining InOutsource, Klein held various research and analysis positions at political and legal organizations. He conducted research for the Health Law Partnership for Atlanta Legal Aid, was an advocate for the Georgia Public Interest Research Group, and served as a legal aide for the Georgia General Assembly. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, and a Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law.

InOutsource experts provide records management consulting and project management services to help law firms and corporate legal departments ensure information is properly retained and protected to mitigate risk, and preserve client confidentiality. The firm provides consultation and support for: analysis of a firm's current systems, processes and staff; the development of retention policies and procedures that are legally compliant and fit the unique needs of a firm; and implementation of conflicts, workflow, docketing, document and records management systems. In addition, through the company's Merger Readiness Consulting Services, the experts at InOutsource help firms establish the framework they need to perform conflicts due diligence and address issues as they arise during the process of merging, acquiring other firms, or hiring lateral attorneys.

About InOutsource
InOutsource was founded by Nancy Beauchemin in 2002 to provide law firms with strategic records and information consulting and project management services. Through the company's Merger Readiness Consulting Services, the company helps firms establish the framework necessary to perform conflicts due diligence and address issues in a systematic and practical way as they arise during the process of merging, acquiring other firms, or hiring lateral attorneys. Most of InOutsource's clients are among the top 200 law firms in the United States. For more information about InOutsource, visit http://www.inoutsource.com or http://www.mergerreadiness.com.

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