New York Law Journal

By Mark Yacano, Cat Casey  |  July 30, 2012

It is clear that e-discovery practitioners must develop an increasingly complex suite of skills to remain relevant.


The role of project managers in e-discovery

By Mark Yacano, Cat Casey  |  July 11, 2012

Building a sophisticated team to work with technology-enhanced review tools, manage complex automated collection tools and act as special operations consultants to outside counsel defines one aspect of the today’s e-discovery knowledge worker movement.


The evolution of the knowledge worker

By Mark Yacano, Cat Casey  |  June 28, 2012

Skilled people have always been crucial to an effective document collection and review. That is still true today; however, the necessary skill sets have evolved over time.


Legal Management Magazine
Thrive in the New Landscape of the E-Discovery Marketplace
Learn why the days of traditional unaided linear review are gone.

Volume 31, Issue 6,

By Cat Casey


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