Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
e-Stet, a technology company specializing in electronic discovery and managed litigation services, today announced it is launching a breakfast series aimed at tackling the major pain points of the legal technology and eDiscovery industry and providing solutions to the industry’s most difficult problems. Attending the breakfast will be an array of intrepid legalists, including law firm partners, counsels, executives, and technologists.
“Our goal is to give back to the legal community by providing a leadership forum where speakers and panel members can have a meeting of the minds in an environment that fosters ground breaking ideas in a meaningful and educative manner,” said Linda Alele, e-Stet’s Vice President of Client Relations. “e-Stet’s series will push the envelope in simplifying eDiscovery and related legal technology issues and permit greater visibility into the litigation technology and eDiscovery processes.”
The Breakfast Series which is a quarterly event kicks off on Monday, December 10, 2012, with a refreshing and dynamic presentation by Jeffrey Fowler, Partner at O’Melveny & Myers’ Los Angeles office, titled The Future of eDiscovery and its Impact on the Careers of Lawyers, Technologists, Paralegals and Litigation Support Professionals. Mr. Fowler is one of the longest-serving eDiscovery litigators in the country and one of the few whose practice is entirely dedicated to eDiscovery issues. Over the last decade, he has contributed his eDiscovery expertise to well over 200 Litigation Department matters in virtually every area of practice.
“If the events of 2012 are any indication, 2013 promises to be an important year for eDiscovery,” noted Jeffery Fowler. “Several factors will continue to play a role: the judiciary’s unprecedented involvement in paving the way for new document review technologies; litigants’ continued struggles with preservation compliance and allegations evidence spoliation; a growing number of clients who outsource document review to specialized legal service and consulting firms; new consumer technology, including smaller and more powerful handheld devices and integrated use of the cloud; and the consolidations, acquisitions and rapid fire growth of the service provider community. How will these developments in the law, technology and the eDiscovery industry impact careers of the eDiscovery specialists?”
The e-Stet Breakfast Series premieres at the City Club on Bunker Hill, 333 South Grand Avenue, 54th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071 on Monday, December 10 at 8:30 a.m.
If you wish to attend this event, or need more information about the Breakfast Series, contact Fahd Syed at 213.270.1523 or by email: fsyed (at) e-stet.com
e-Stet (http://www.e-stet.com) is a global full-service provider of litigation technology services. Founded in 2007, the company offers comprehensive solutions including Managed Litigation Services, hosted electronic discovery review, managed technology infrastructure, forensic data collections, data processing, defensibility consulting, backup tape restoration, managed review and Technology Assisted Review. By employing the finest professionals in the industry, e-Stet provides its clients high-level technology support in the legal office.