LITWORKS Launches Certified eDiscovery Training Course for Securities and Exchange Commission University
ATLANTA, GA — June 12, 2014, —LitWorks, A DTI Company, announces that today, it is launching its Certified eDiscovery Professional Training courses in Washington, D.C. developed for the Securities and Exchange Commission University. The programis focused on eDiscovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“F.R.C.P.”), Investigations, The Electronic Discovery Reference Model framework (“EDRM”), Early Case Assessment (“ECA”), Social Media and eDiscovery, Cost Containment, Service Provider Management, Ethical Issues in eDiscovery, Information Management and Discovery Readiness, Technology Assisted Review (“TAR”), recent case law and court opinions around Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”), and litigation processes and protocols in the U.S.
LitWorks, established in 2006, is the first and most comprehensive training company dedicated exclusively to developing and sharing best practices in the litigation support and E-Discovery industry. Staying current with changing regulations and new technology applications is more critical than ever for today’s legal professionals. The evolution of E-Discovery requires even seasoned litigation support managers and eDiscovery Specialists to prioritize professional development.
The Certified Litigation Support eDiscovery Professional training will be held in office locations throughout the U.S. The focus of the course is to emphasize industry best practices as well as a survey of the latest software tools used in the marketplace. The course aims to enable professionals to effectively review a case, assess its needs, and make a comprehensive recommendation on how best to manage that case from start to finish.
The course will be co-facilitated and led by Kimberly Meyer, National Training & Development Manager, LitWorks™, and Jeff Jacobs, Esq, an eDiscovery Consultant at DTI.
Ms. Meyer has more than 25 years of experience in the field and previously trained Fortune 500 Corporations, AMLAW 100 firms, Government, and Litigation Service Provider organizations.
Mr. Jacobs has extensive experience with electronic discovery and related litigation matters as both in house and outside counsel for private and government entities.
Tom Bonk, Vice President of Professional Services said, ”It’s been our belief for years that investments in formal E-Discovery training and development programs are critical to the long term success of our clients. We are very pleased that our LitWorks training programs continue to be highly valued.”
Learn more by visiting the LitWorks website at http://litworks.net/.
About DTI DTI is the nation’s largest independent provider of in-house and outsourced legal services and technology solutions. The company has established service centers in over 20 major legal markets across the United States serving Fortune 500 corporations and AmLaw 100 law firms. DTI solutions include electronic discovery, managed document review services and legal business process outsourcing services. The extensive experience of DTI’s professionals, industry-leading quality and innovative technology solutions provide DTI clients with a service offering that is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI’s national footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com.
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