Baker Donelson's LeanDiscovery Applied is a podcast based on the principle that eDiscovery can be improved by lowering costs and delivering more value to enable better client outcomes. Hosted by Clinton Sanko, a shareholder and the Firm's eDiscovery and document review officer.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Mandi Ross, Prism Litigation Technology and Insight Optix
In this episode, we're joined by Mandi Ross, the CEO of both Prism Litigation Technology and Insight Optix. During our discussion, Mandi covers a broad range of topics relevant to modern litigation, specifically proportionality, remote work during the pandemic, and staying up to date on technology.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Mark Hawn, Trustpoint.One
In this episode, we are joined by Mark Hawn, the CEO of Trustpoint.One. Mark covers how one size does not always fit all in eDiscovery, embracing remote technology and opportunities in the market.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Alma Asay, Litera Microsystems
This week, we're joined by Alma Asay, an Evangelist at Litera Microsystems. Alma offers her advice for legal technology entrepreneurs, discusses the future of legal technology, and suggests key questions to ask law firms about technology.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Andy Macdonald, Consilio
Andy MacDonald, CEO of Consilio, joins the show to discuss the need for, and challenges of, accessing capital for the legal services industry, Consilio’s growth model and service mindset, and managing a corporate litigation spend in a time of uncertainty.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Ian Campbell, iCONECT
This week, we're joined by Ian Campbell, the President and CEO of iCONECT. We'll cover a variety of issues surrounding iCONECT’s proprietary Xera review application, including its applicability to non-eDiscovery business problems, key issues with Information Governance, and how to overcome transition concerns when considering a change of eDiscovery technology.
Sitting with the C-Suite: Hal Blackman, IST Management Services
This week, we are joined by Hal Blackman, the founder and CEO of IST Management Services, via WebEx. IST calls itself the “Company with Passion,” and during this episode, Hal covers lessons learned in technology adoption, electronic records retention, and considerations for outsourcing eDiscovery.