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Comprehensive Ediscovery Case Management
Nextpoint, in association with ACEDS, wants to bring just a little more planning to your firm’s ediscovery process.

Few stages of litigation are as important - and as neglected - as the discovery stage. A well-planned and executed ediscovery strategy can lead to higher settlements and even pave the way to outright victories. Poor planning can lead to cost overruns and angry clients.

During this 45 minute webinar, you will hear from our expert panel on how to leverage cloud-based software to strengthen your firm's ediscovery practice, manage cases, and save time and money in the process.

• How to draft an ESI Protocol for your firm
• How to create a comprehensive ediscovery case management system
• How to set up an effective training regimen for your new associates
• How to incorporate ediscovery costs into your firm's billing process

Attorneys, Litigation Support Managers, and Paralegals interested in better preparation and organization for their major case litigation

Feb 3, 2022 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Tricia Boguslawski
COO @Nextpoint
Tricia Boguslawski is Nextpoint’s COO and works to guarantee operational satisfaction in all phases of litigation. Tricia leads a team that successfully delivers our product and services and consults with clients on litigation support and technology challenges.
Brad Myers
CRO @Nextpoint
Brad is a seasoned software executive with over 20 years experience advising service professionals (e.g. attorneys, accountants, agents) on how best to adopt new technologies to grow their businesses. Brad currently leads the sales and marketing efforts at Nextpoint. In 2020, he authored the white-paper, Billing for eDiscovery: How to Fully Recover Costs and Meet ABA Ethical Standard.
Sonali R. Hanson, Esq.
Privacy & Compliance Officer @Nextpoint
Sonali has numerous years of experience in aspects of tech compliance within the law. She is a member of Sedona, assisting in publishing rules and regulations for legal tech within the court system nationwide. As a registered patent attorney before the USPTO, Sonali has practiced as a corporate counsel and an intellectual property associate.