Measuring the Financial Impact of eDiscovery Software

Overview

Live Event: Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 1 pm ET/10 am PT 

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Knowing how to measure the ROI of in-house discovery is crucial to assessing your team’s impact and providing a clear picture of your organizational value.

Join this webinar and get real-life insights, from case study examples, to help you break down the value and make the business case to leaders at your own organization. Learn how to use the ROI Calculator in conjunction with a traditional business proposal to gain internal support for adopting technology to improve processes and save money.

Save your spot at this webinar and you’ll learn:

  • Why it’s important to measure and share ROI
  • How to measure the ROI from streamlining processes, reducing risk and modernizing systems
  • How these ROI case studies demonstrate value:

#1 – ROI of automating the legal hold and data preservation process

#2 – ROI of bringing data processing in-house (first pass processing and culling)

#3 – ROI of bringing review projects in-house (small matter review, internal investigations, information requests, ECA)

#4 – ROI of migrating to a modern, cloud-based platform for e-discovery (moving from Clearwell, Atlas, etc.)

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Featured Speakers:

 

Barbara Squires

eDiscovery Manager

Home Depot Legal Department

Barbara Squires serves as Home Depot’s eDiscovery Manager. She has been with the company since 2007 and has established a track record of directing ediscovery projects and processes, ensuring company compliance and performing advanced ediscovery cost and liability analyses for complex litigation.

Jenifer Johnston

Senior Deputy City Attorney, Office of City Attorney

City of Portland

Jenifer Johnston is a Senior Deputy City Attorney with the Office of City Attorney in the City of Portland. She joined the Office of City Attorney in 1998, becoming a Senior Deputy in 2013.

Ms. Johnston’s litigation practice emphasizes employment and civil rights litigation in state and federal court. She is currently working to develop, implement, and administer new citywide records management policies and practices to support public records requests, litigation, discovery requests, legal holds, and subpoenas. Ms. Johnston was formerly an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Oregon where she litigated employment, civil rights, and environmental matters. She is a past chair of the U.S. District Court Historical Society for the District of Oregon and a past chair of the Civil Rights Section of the Oregon State Bar. Ms. Johnston is a graduate of the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College, magna cum laude, and has taught Appellate Advocacy and the Appellate Moot Court team at the Lewis and Clark Law School. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, magna cum laude, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, magna cum laude, from Florida State.

Rebecca Sprynczynatyk

Director of Product Marketing

Zapproved, LLC.

As the Director of Product Marketing for Zapproved, Rebecca Sprynczynatyk is the unofficial “voice of the customer” and works cross-functionally to both understand their experiences and advocate for their needs. On any given day, she may be conducting market and customer research, strategizing with product managers on roadmaps and releases, collaborating with the marketing team on campaign strategies, or creating collateral to drive sales and customer success.

Rebecca has over a decade of experience working with high-growth B2B software companies and a BSB in Marketing and Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Minnesota.