LitWorks and Espion Announce New Dates for eDisclosure and Litigation Support Professional Training

Helping Legal Professionals Navigate Information Governance and New Data Challenges

ATLANTA – January 19, 2015 – DTI, a global legal process outsourcing (LPO) company providing eDiscovery, managed services and litigation support, and its wholly owned training company, LitWorks™, announced today a new LitWorks eDiscovery and Litigation Support Professional training course in the UK. LitWorks developed and will deliver the course with Espion, a leading forensics and eDisclosure service provider. The programme will take place February 23-27, 2015 in London.

Thomas Bonk, vice president of professional services at DTI, said: “The inaugural UK course offered by LitWorks and Espion in October drew overwhelming interest and record attendance. We see this as a reflection of the growing global awareness of evolving technologies and rules, and their potential impact on the litigation process. Course content is continuously updated to address the dynamic challenges in litigation support, and the February 2015 course will include new material on the Internet of Things (IOT) and best practices in enterprise information governance.

Mark Wiley, Espion training manager, said: “We are pleased to be working with LitWorks to deliver litigation support education to solicitors, paralegals and litigation support staff in the UK. LitWorks delivers a rich, practical education experience that turns legal professionals into leaders within their corporation or law firm.

The five-day course, LitWorks eDiscovery and Litigation Support Professional Training, provides litigation support professionals with a practical understanding of CPR Practice Direction 31B, addressing the disclosure of electronic documents. Participants are equipped with key skills to review a case, assess its needs, identify and reach agreement on disclosure issues such as volume and source of ESI, data collection methods and form of production, to avoid costly disclosure disputes later in the process.

The course will be led by Kimberly Grippe-Meyer, subject matter expert and national training and development manager for LitWorks. Grippe-Meyer has more than 25 years of experience in the field and has trained Fortune 500 corporations, AmLaw 100 firms, government agencies and litigation service provider organisations. Course details and registration are available on the Espion website.

About LitWorks™ LitWorks, a DTI company, is a leading provider of comprehensive training programmes 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.

About Espion

Espion manages and secures corporate information. We provide expertise to our clients on Identification, protection, compliance and management of their information. We work with clients across all industry sectors and business functions. We solve their Information challenges through a combination of consultancy, technology, research and training. We provide these innovative solutions so that our clients feel protected, assured and empowered, confident in the knowledge that their challenges have been met.

About DTI

DTI is a legal process outsourcing (LPO) company serving law firms and corporations around the globe. DTI helps its clients accelerate the changes they must make to remain competitive. DTI is a pre-eminent leader in the management of information and processes. The company manages risks and minimizes costs associated with complex litigation and compliance functions. Its extensive experience in eDiscovery, managed services and litigation support is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI’s global footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com.

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