How to create a corporate e-discovery readiness program (Part 3)

A look at how to build out your “people” assets for continuous bench strength at preferred service providers

In the first of a six-part series, we outlined the purpose and core components of an e-discovery roadmap, a distinctive visualization for process change in the context of a corporate e-discovery readiness program. In Part 2, we explained the e-discovery project model framework and constituent components, which have a measurable financial impact on the business. Here, in Part 3, we introduce you to PIVOT, the overarching e-discovery readiness methodology developed by Susan Nielsen Hammond, and how to build out your “people” assets for continuous bench strength at preferred service providers.

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Bobbi Basile

Bobbi Basile brings nearly 25 years of experience in the legal and records management industries, delivering strategic operations and technology services to Fortune 500 legal...

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Susan Nielsen Hammond

Susan Nielsen Hammond is AGC, SVP of Records Administration, e-discovery and Forensics for Regions Financial Corporation.

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Amor A. Esteban

As a partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P., Amor’s expertise in e-discovery, records and information management and data privacy is widely known. In...

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