Stroz Friedberg Managed Services Launch Event
In late 2014, Stroz Friedberg conducted a brief survey on lawyer use of technology assisted review (TAR) in the UK. The survey results revealed limited adoption of TAR, but stronger interest in its potential value.
Since that survey, we have managed nearly 200 Electronic Discovery and Disclosure (EDD) projects around the globe and, as predicted, have seen a significant uptick in the use of TAR to augment and accelerate lawyer review. However, challenges around the inability to manage EDD projects – efficiently, consistently and cost-effectively -- across all phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), still exist.
We invite you to participate in our latest survey and join us for canapés and drinks at 18:15 on 30th November 2016 at The Eight Club where we will share and discuss our findings.
We also will launch our new EDD managed services offering that addresses legal market pain by helping lawyers and their clients forecast, monitor, and manage project data, work streams, and costs, in real time, across the EDRM via our free on-line dashboard.
If you complete and submit this short survey by the close of business on the 29th November, and attend the launch event, you will have a chance to win a dinner for two at your choice of L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon.
*Participants must register in advance to attend. Registration is subject to approval.
Executive Managing Director
Stephen D. Whetstone is an Executive Managing Director for Stroz Friedberg and the leader of the firm’s global Electronic Discovery & Disclosure practice. With his extensive business, legal and technology background spanning over 25 years, Mr. Whetstone has the distinction of being among the first AmLaw 100 law firm equity partners to join and lead an eDiscovery provider business.
Vice President, Electronic Discovery and Disclosure
Nick Rich is Vice President in the eDisclosure practice in Stroz Friedberg's London office, and is responsible for assisting clients to adopt practices, which create cost effective and repeatable workflows in specific matters, as well as helping them to design in-house processes to reduce ongoing litigation and investigative costs.