Best and Worst Practices of Bringing E-Discovery In-House.
(PRWEB) January 29, 2009
New york, NY SuperiorGlacier, a leading provider of litigation support services in New York and Washington, D.C., announced today that Tom Tigh, president of the company, will speak at two sessions at LegalTech New York on Wednesday, February 4th, 2009.
Mr. Tigh will be a member of a panel discussion entitled "Bringing E-Discovery In-house." The panel, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, will examine the challenges and opportunities law firms and corporate legal departments are presented when considering bringing e-discovery in-house. The second panel discussion, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., is titled "Best and Worst Practices of Bringing E-Discovery In-House." This practical session will allow panelists to share their experience bringing e-discovery processes in-house, giving attendees the opportunity to learn from others' successes and mistakes.
In addition to Mr. Tigh, the panels will include Will Roberts, CEO of Kempton Advisors, Christopher Byrne, Esq., Stuart Hubbard, attorney at Schiff Hardin LLP, Johannes Scholtes, President / CEO ZyLAB North America LLC, and James Dawson, former Director of Litigation Support Information Discovery at MetLife. The first panel will be moderated by Jason Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration and the second will be moderated by George Socha of Socha Consulting.
Mr. Tigh has more than 27 years of legal industry experience. He has testified in Federal Court as an expert in Electronically Stored Information and has been appointed to oversee the court-directed production of ESI, including determinations regarding the suitability and completeness of the forensic and EDD processing efforts of the parties. As president of SuperiorGlacier, he counsels clients - including law firms, corporations, and governmental entities - on the creation and implementation of major projects involving both traditional and electronic discovery. He brings his expertise to meetings between counsel and before courts, and works with legal and technical professionals to determine a successful, cost-effective course of compliance with electronic data requests. He frequently gives presentations concerning best practices for the collection, analysis, and production of both paper and electronic evidence.
LegalTech New York, taking place February 2 -4, 2009 at the New York Hilton, is the largest and most important legal technology event of the year. It provides attendees the opportunity to learn about the technological world through educational tracks and a large exhibit floor. SuperiorGlacier also will be exhibiting at the show and can be found in booth numbers 126 and 128.
SuperiorGlacier, a leading provider of end-to-end litigation support services since 1975, brings unparalleled expertise and service to its national and international clients, both in electronic discovery and in traditional litigation support. SuperiorGlacier prepares and addresses both requests for and responses to e-discovery, including e-discovery functions such as forensics, data collection, processing, review, production and presentation. SuperiorGlacier is headquartered in New York, with operations facilities in New York and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit http://www.superiorglacier.com or call 212-514-6500.