February MALSP Meeting
TOPIC: Leveraging ALSP Resources
During this session we will be sharing highlights from the 2019 Alternative Legal Service Providers study completed by the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute in collaboration with Oxford and Georgetown Universities, which can be downloaded here.
David Curle and our own Dayna Munsch will lead a discussion around how Alternative Legal Service Providers have become a well-established part of the legal landscape. This biannual study, produced by Thomson Reuters in partnership with Georgetown Law’s Center for the Study of the Legal Profession and Oxford’s Said School of Business, looks at the many ways law firms and corporate legal departments are leveraging the resources that ALSPs provide. The report identifies the various types of ALSPs in the market, the types of services they are offering, and their clients’ changing attitudes about ALSP’s strategic fit with their own practices.
This panel will be a continuation of the discussion led by David Curle at Legal Tech NY.
David Curle, Director, Technology and Innovation Platform, Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute
David is the Head of Market Intelligence at Thomson Reuters, where he provides research, analysis and thought leadership about the competitive and market environment in the changing legal services industry.
Dayna Munsch, Vice President and Discovery Project Manager, U.S. Bank
Dayna is an Enterprise Subject Matter expert on discovery, providing strategic advice and counsel to business line(s), in-house litigation and government investigation attorneys and outside counsel on discovery issues related to the most significant and complex litigation matters, government and regulatory requests and investigations across all business lines.
Thomas Cutts, Associate Counsel, Securian Financial Group, Inc. Tom represents Securian Financial’s Employer Benefits (Group) division in regards to its day-to-day legal, governmental, and regulatory matters. Prior to moving in-house, he spent six years in private practice with a focus on insurance litigation.
Lyndsey Wurst, CEDS, e-Discovery Project Manager, Fox Rothschild LLP. Lyndsey manages the e-Discovery process for the litigation department at Fox Rothschild. She consults on Joint Discovery Plans, drives collection efforts and engineers efficient document review solutions for her clients at Fox. She has gained a wealth of litigation experience serving in-house corporate legal departments plus defense and plaintiff firms.
Chad Gamradt, Senior Compliance Manager eCRM/eDiscovery, Ameriprise Financial. Chad is responsible for tracking and archiving all e-communications, managing eDiscovery requests, and satisfying the books and records requirements of the broker dealer. Prior to joining Ameriprise, Chad was a Senior Portfolio Manager for NightOwl Discovery where he maintained several managed services clients helping them manage their eDiscovery processes across the EDRM.
Fox Rothschild LLP,
222 South 9th Street #2000,
Minneapolis, MN 55402
DATE & TIME:
2/21/19 @ 12pm
LUNCH SPONSORED BY: Thomson Reuters Legal
Register your attendance* on our website today!
*There is no cost to attend the February meeting. All membership and guest fees apply starting at the March meeting.