Best Practices for Staffing European Managed Review Projects
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Occurred on Thursday, April 27, 2017 | 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. EST
In order to successfully handle the many intricacies and challenges of eDiscovery managed review projects both in the U.S. and abroad, recruiting and staffing a qualified team of contract attorneys is a must. How do you find, retain and manage top-tier talent to conduct the project? Moreover, what are some staffing best practices and challenges to keep in mind in Europe?
This one-hour complimentary webinar will cover:
- Overview of staffing in the U.S.
- General differences between staffing in the U.S. and Europe
- Challenges faced when staffing in Europe
- Privacy concerns
- Payroll/administrative issues
- Cultural considerations
- Varying language requirements
- Less knowledge of eDiscovery
- Examples of staffing successful European projects
Panelists will include Ryan Costello, Esq., Operations Manager of eTERA in Europe and Petal Harris, Esq., Staffing Specialist.
Ryan Costello, Operations Manager of eTERA in Europe
Ryan brings more than 10 years of experience working in project management, consulting, data analytics, eDiscovery and litigation support, including in both government and the private sector. In his role at eTERA, Ryan manages the procedural and administrative tasks related to the general operations of Rev1ew One in Europe, eTERA’s document review solution. He also serves as a consultant and subject matter expert for matters related to data protection, privacy, and international cross border data transactions across Europe and in the U.S.
Petal Harris, Staffing Specialist, eTERA Consulting
Petal acts as one of eTERA’s Staffing Specialists, responsible for interviewing attorneys, paralegals and other legal support personnel for job placement. She brings more than 10 years of experience and works closely with project managers and other personnel to craft strong review teams and find suitable candidates for temporary and permanent positions.