eTERA Consulting to Host Webinar About the Link Between eDiscovery and Court Reporting

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Prominent Legal Experts to Provide Insight as to How eDiscovery Fits Into the Litigation Process Relative to Court Reporting

eTERA Consulting

eTERA Consulting

This complimentary webinar will provide insight as to what eDiscovery is, why it matters to court reporting companies, and how partnering with an eDiscovery provider can help add value to clients and increase revenue opportunities.

eTERA Consulting, an internationally recognized and award-winning leader in data and technology management, today announced it will be hosting a complimentary webinar focused on how eDiscovery fits into the litigation process.

Cases that end up in court begin with eDiscovery and attorney review. In order for proper business and legal decisions to be made, court reporting companies must have a general understanding of the entire litigation process, particularly with respect to eDiscovery. This complimentary webinar will provide insight as to what eDiscovery is, why it matters to court reporting companies, and how partnering with an eDiscovery provider can help add value to clients and increase revenue opportunities.

Ideal for the owners of court reporting companies, attendees will have the opportunity to learn and discuss several key topics including:

  •     The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)
  •     The link between court reporting and eDiscovery
  •     Why court reporting companies should partner with an eDiscovery firm
  •     Why eTERA Consulting is the best company to partner with
  •     Examples of how this relationship has benefited partners and clients
  •     The various benefits court reporting companies will receive as All1ance One Partners
  •     How to get started as an All1ance One Partner

Speakers include eTERA Consulting’s Mary McGinness, All1ance One Manager; Mike Chagnon, Managing Director of Client Engagements; and a current All1ance One Partner, Jim Pelley, the President and CEO EcoScribe. The webinar is part of eTERA Consulting’s ongoing series of training and education initiatives to help legal professionals stay abreast of critical issues surrounding data management and eDiscovery.

The complimentary webinar will take place on Thursday, September 9, 2015 at 2:00 pm EST. To register for the event, please click here.

About the Speakers:

Mary McGinness is responsible for leading the partnership program in the U.S and overseas. She focuses on the identification, development, management, and executive relationships of eTERA’s network of partners and clients. Her responsibilities enable all parties to expand their client service offerings to corporate legal departments and law firms, collaborate effectively on opportunities, and create synergy that allows for future revenue growth. With a drive for success and a passion for building strong client relationships, Mary is responsible for building a strong partner ecosystem that spans across a wide range of segments within the legal industry.

Mike Chagnon is responsible for advising, coordinating and managing client engagements and resources across the entire EDRM including data collection, forensics, electronic discovery processing and litigation hosting. Mike also provides extensive training programs covering eTERA’s Forens1cs One and 1ntelligent One data management and reporting capabilities. Mike has an impressive track record leading cross-functional teams throughout the entire project life cycle leading to the successful delivery of client solutions. In addition, Mike has successfully developed and managed a large network of strategic partnerships including forensic collection firms.

Jim Pelley has brought a vast array of prior industry and general business operational expertise to EcoScribe. Prior to EcoScribe Solutions, Jim served as National Director of Production & Litigation Support Operations for Esquire Solutions. In this role, he was responsible for the production of over a quarter million transcripts each year, as well as establishing a national production organization for Litigation Support services. He oversaw a staff of 140, operating in 15 locations across the U.S. Prior to the acquisition of Esquire by the Alexander Gallo Holdings in September 2008, Jim served many roles for the legacy organization including Regional Sales Manager, General Manager, Litigation Support Manager and Regional Facility Manager. In 2007, Jim was promoted to National Director of Production and Litigation Support Operations. Prior to his tenure in litigation support, Jim’s career involved sales and operational roles in two franchised businesses as well as temporary and permanent staffing.

About eTERA Consulting
Founded in 2004, eTERA Consulting is an international, award winning organization selected by clients to help solve the challenges of complex, big data projects in the areas of information governance, investigations, litigation, regulatory compliance, and security breach response. “Built by the clients, for the clients™,” eTERA has a successful track record providing customized data management solutions and services to Fortune 500 companies and the Am Law 100 at the intersection where legal, data analytics, security, and information technology meet. eTERA’s experienced subject matter experts ensure client engagement success through application of best practices, leading technologies, and proven project management methodologies combined with exceptional customer service. Having passed the most stringent security audits, eTERA is trusted by the world’s largest insurance, financial services, pharmaceutical, and energy companies. eTERA was selected by the Legal Times in 2014 as Best End-to-End Litigation Consulting Firm and as the nation’s top End-to-End eDiscovery Company by the National Law Journal for four consecutive years. Headquartered in Washington DC, eTERA maintains offices in Chicago, Brussels, London, and Paris. For more information about eTERA, please visit

Company Contact ● Cassey Elder ● (202) 769-6080 ● marketing(at)eteraconsulting(dot)com

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