Digital WarRoom is pleased to sponsor the 2012 Digital Detectives podcast series of interviews with leading experts in e-discovery, computer forensics, and emerging technologies challenging legal professionals today.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
Gallivan, Gallivan and O’Melia (GGO, LLC), the e-discovery experts driving the move toward accessible, affordable e-discovery solutions, have partnered with Legal Talk Network to produce the ‘Digital Detectives’ series of podcasts for 2012. The Digital Detectives series aims to inform legal and technology professionals on a wide range of emerging topics in e-discovery, computer forensics, information security, litigation, and trial technologies.
In the podcast series, Sharon Nelson and John Simek invite experts to discuss important topics of interest to litigators, corporate counsel, computer forensics and e-discovery professionals. In a recent podcast, guest Bruce Olson, President of Onlaw Trial Technologies and co-author of the “The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists and Guidelines,” (available on Amazon.com) joined Sharon and John to discuss “Cost-effective E-discovery in Small Cases”. The podcast with Bruce Olson can be downloaded from the Digital Detectives website at http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/digital-detectives/.
The monthly podcast series will kick off 2012 with guest Andrew Hoog, Chief Investigative Officer at viaForensics, in a discussion on Smartphone Security. In February, Digital Detectives will host Neil Squillante of TechnoLawyer, discussing the “Top Resources for Staying Current in E-Discovery”.
Find the complete library of Digital Detectives podcasts on the Digital Talk Network site at [http://legaltalknetwork.com/podcasts/digital-detectives/. Gallivan Gallivan & O’Melia (GGO) is proud to sponsor the efforts of visionary educators and thought leaders in litigation technology and e-discovery.
About Digital WarRoom
The Digital WarRoom e-discovery platform provides law firms, corporate legal and e-discovery teams with complete ESI processing, document review and production in a single application, without traditional high-cost volume-based processing fees.
Gallivan Gallivan & O’Melia created the Digital WarRoom technology for in-house use by solo attorneys, corporations and law firms to address document processing, review and production in matters of all sizes. Products include:
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Since its inception in 2002, GGO (Gallivan Gallivan & O’Melia LLC) has successfully completed over 3000 complex e-discovery matters. In 2011, GGO introduced the Digital WarRoom® line of software products, spanning the entire e-discovery lifecycle from capture through processing, review, and production. Customized services include M&A target data preservation and internal data mining and investigations. Headquartered in Seattle, GGO offices are located in New York, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, and serves all metropolitan markets in North America. Leading global corporations, Fortune 1000 companies, Am Law 100 law firms, and government agencies, including the Library of Congress, rely on GGO for robust technology and personalized service. To learn more about GGO, visit http://www.digitalwarroom.com