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How Litigation and Regulatory Teams Can Effectuate Change and Drive Value by Leveraging Technology and Defining Business Objectives Across a Global Corporate Enterprise

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: January 30, 2019
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  • eDiscovery Overview
  • Analyzing Sanctions
  • Common eDiscovery Oversights made by Attorneys
  • Applicable Ethical Rules (1.5, 1.1, 1.3, 3.4, 1.6)
  • Communications Relating to Representation
  • Managing Data
  • Ethics of Outsourcing
  • Operating Proactively
  • Measuring readiness for change
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: January 30, 2019
For NY - Difficulty Level: Experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)


As the pressure to manage the cost of litigation continues to rise, companies must continually evaluate the legal department and look for ways to operate more efficiently and cost effectively. By preparing for the future today, litigation and regulatory teams will be better apt to predict and control costs, mitigate risk, and increase speed to revenue. In this session, we will discuss how the legal department can function more like a business and how better managing everything from data, evidence gathering, and litigation support, to budgeting and metrics can affect long-term company performance.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek Conference on January 30th, 2019.

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Kathleen Turland

Executive Counsel
Current, powered by GE

Kathleen Turland is an experienced litigator recently returned from London, England, where she spent two years working with GE Capital Corporation’s European Mortgage & Restructuring Group and worked also as the Lead Litigation Counsel for GE Capital in Europe covering litigation and investigations across Europe. She is currently based in Norwalk, Connecticut, working as Executive Counsel, Litigation and managing litigation matters across GE Capital businesses in the U.S., Latin America and Europe and working also on a cross-business Operational Risk assessment.

Kathleen joined GE Capital’s Litigation Center of Excellence in February 2005. Kathleen is a 1990 graduate of Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in Economics and Politics. She received her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law and also has an M.P.A. from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Policy at Syracuse University in 1995. Following graduation from law school, Kathleen clerked for one year for The Honorable Harold Baer, Jr., a United States District Court Judge in the Southern District of New York.

After her clerkship, Kathleen was associated with the law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett in New York and subsequently with the boutique litigation firm of Cohen & Gresser LLP. In private practice, Kathleen worked on a variety of complex commercial litigation matters including partnership disputes, breach of contract actions, securities arbitrations, products liability litigation, international arbitrations, and other matters.

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Seth Eichenholtz

Head of eDiscovery

As the head of electronic discovery for MasterCard, Seth's role is ensuring that preservation, collection, and production obligations are met. He has oversight of policies and procedures related to electronic discovery services/activities, including information governance. As part of the Information Security group in the Operations and Technology LOB, Seth works with many other LOBs, including Legal/Compliance, HR, IT and the various business groups.

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Kiriaki Tourikis

Vice President & Associate General Counsel
JPMorgan Chase

Kiriaki Tourikis is presently Vice President, Assistant General Counsel in the JPMorgan Chase Litigation Department. She has over a decade of experience managing all phases electronic discovery for securities enforcement, regulatory, litigation and compliance matters. As an attorney within JPMC’s Legal Discovery Management program, Kiriaki develops and implements innovative and efficient discovery strategies leveraging technology assisted review, statistical analysis and predictive methodologies.

Prior to JPMC, Kiriaki was an attorney at WilmerHale and at Paul Weiss, focusing her practice on providing strategic and tactical advice on all aspects of electronic discovery.

Kiriaki earned a J.D. from New York Law School, magna cum laude and received a bachelor’s degree in political science, cum laude, from Barnard College, Columbia University. Kiriaki is a frequent speaker on issues related to electronic discovery and technology assisted review.

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Christine Hasiotis

Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel

Christine Hasiotis is responsible for designing and digitally optimizing the corporate legal ecosystem for UnitedLex clients. Strategically focused on white-glove client service delivery and drawing on more than two decades of comprehensive legal experience, Christine rethinks the relationships connecting law departments, outside counsel, and external service providers.

Christine has extensive experience creating and implementing cost-saving in-house corporate programs for the Fortune 500, executing and managing successful litigation, leading resource-aligned eDiscovery teams, and delivering global legal services across diverse industries.

Before joining UnitedLex, Christine was executive counsel and director of General Electric’s legal support solutions. She operationalized the company’s discovery simplification initiative, including centralizing and internalizing legal processes across the enterprise, for which the Association of Corporate Counsel awarded her team a 2016 ACC Value Champion Award.

Before moving in-house, Christine was a litigation partner at a Boston-based law firm. Christine earned a B.A. in history from Clark University and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School.

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