DTI Announces LitWorksTM Certified Litigation Support Professional Training
Comprehensive CLSP Course to be Held in Los Angeles, California
September 8-12, 2014
ATLANTA – July 21, 2014 – DTI, the nation’s largest privately held legal process outsourcing company providing managed services, litigation support and eDiscovery, and its wholly-owned training company LitWorks™, have announced a new The Certified Litigation Support Professional (“CLSP”) Training course. The course is scheduled to take place in downtown Los Angeles, September 8-12, 2014 at 350 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles.
The Certified Litigation Support Professional training course is completely redesigned and updated to reflect the most recent developments affecting litigation support and eDiscovery practices. All LitWorks™ courses are consistently updated to meet Government, Corporate and Law Firm eDiscovery standards and best practices.
The September course is CLSP 101 and provideslitigation supportprofessionals, attorneys, paralegal and IT professionals with a unique opportunity to learn industry best practices through hands-on experience, networking with peers, and review of software tools used in the marketplace. The 5 day course provides participants with skills they need to effectively review a case, assess requirements and make a comprehensive recommendation on how best to manage that case from start to finish. This course is recommended for workers with 2–5 years experience in litigation support and technology. Litigation paralegals, document review attorneys and IT professionals are also excellent candidates for this training program.
Course Curriculum includes:
- A History of Litigation Support Now
- eDiscovery Workflow under the EDRM
- ESI Cases: What can go wrong?
- eDiscovery at Government Agencies, Corporations and Law Firms
- Using Early Case Assessment
- Acquiring Social Media
- Vendor Management
- Ethical Issues in eDiscovery
- Information Governance and Discovery Readiness
- Data Acquisition in Electronic Discovery
- Data Processing and How ESI Works
- Best Practices in Search
- Attorney Document Review
- Technology Assisted Review
- Defining The Role of Litigation Support (Law Firm, OGC and Government Perspectives)
- In House eDiscovery – Risks and Rewards
- Recent Case Law – 2012-2014
- EDRM – Enron, BP & The Microsoft Case Study
- ESI & EDRM
- The Complexities of Law Firm and Corporate America IT Infrastructure
- Rule 26, In The Beginning
- F.R.C.P. 2006 Amendments, ESI Recent Rulings, Opinions and Orders
- Legal Project Management Methodologies (EDRM & Lean Six Sigma)
The course fee for a public class is $2,200 per attendee. To register for this or any LitWorks™ courses, visit www.LitWorks.net. LitWorks also provides customized private training programs on-site at law firms or corporate legal departments. Contact Kim Grippe-Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-366-5050 for more information.
About LitWorks™ LitWorks, a DTI company, is a leading provider of comprehensive training programs for litigation support professionals in AmLaw 200 law firms and Fortune 500 corporate legal departments. For more than five years, LitWorks has been dedicated to developing and sharing best practices in the litigation support industry through a variety of consulting and training services.
DTI is the nation’s largest privately held legal process outsourcing company serving law firms and corporations. DTI helps our clients accelerate the changes they must make to remain competitive. DTI is a preeminent leader in the management of mission-critical information and processes. The company manages risks and minimizes costs associated with complex litigation and compliance functions. The company’s extensive managed services, litigation support and eDiscovery experience is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI’s national footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com.
DTI Contact Jill Brownjbrown@DTIglobal.com 713-933-2905