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E-Discovery Project Management: Reducing Redundancies, Costs and Streamlining Processes
More than ever, law firms and legal departments are being scrutinized to better manage costs and create efficiencies with the discovery process. And regardless of whether e-discovery is handled internally or externally, there are significant costs associated with the collection, processing, reviewing, storage, and management of data.
In fact, most lawyers and paralegals would agree cases that involve e-discovery carry inherent challenges related to budgets, workflow, technology, communication, deadlines, and the need for early collaboration with all stakeholders.
Discover how employing a project management approach to e-discovery can have a huge impact on both the short- and long-term interests of firms and their clients by:
- reducing redundancies,
- lowering costs, and
- streamlining discovery processes.
During this comprehensive audio conference- jam packed with best practices, techniques and cost control tips for e-discovery, you’ll also learn:
- Best practices for applying legal project management principals to e-discovery
- Which skills/tools are crucial for process efficiency and transparency
- Techniques for teaching, tracking and monitoring firm-wide compliance of e-discovery standards
- Best methods for giving all stakeholders clear direction and avoiding duplication of tasks
- Methods to measure success
Bobby Malhotra, Esq.
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
Currently, Bobby Malhotra, Esq., is Staff Counsel in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson
where he focuses his practice on eDiscovery and high-technology matters. Mr. Malhotra has acquired
over 7 years of complex litigation experience with a focus on developing cost-effective strategies for the
preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information. Mr. Malhotra also has
extensive experience advising clients concerning issues relating to electronic discovery preparedness,
planning, and execution, as well as information privacy and data security.
In his career, Mr. Malhotra has also acquired over 5 years of experience in the Information Technology
field. Mr. Malhotra has served as a technical consultant for a prestigious consulting company where he
worked on large scale network infrastructure projects, including several multi-million dollar engagements
for fortune 500 clients. Mr. Malhotra has also served as a network engineer focusing on Cisco and
Microsoft operating system administration issues.
Mr. Malhotra is admitted to practice law in the state of Illinois and his education includes a Bachelor of
Science in Telecommunications Systems Management and a Juris Doctor from DePaul University, where
he was on the Dean’s list several times and won the Dean’s Scholarship award for academic excellence.
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