We are pleased to announce that Bryan University E-Discovery Board Member and Professor Michael Quartararo, in conjunction with eDiscoveryPM.com, recently published the guidebook titled Project Management in Electronic Discovery: An Introduction to Core Principles of Legal Project Management and Leadership in eDiscovery. Written to help redefine the way discovery services are managed and delivered, the book merges principles of traditional project management and best practices in electronic discovery.
"I'm proud to bring to market a much-needed resource that provides a pathway to efficient, client-centered e-discovery services and quality deliverables – at scope, on time, and within budget," said Mike Quartararo, the author of the book and the Director of Litigation Support Services at New York-based Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP. "The book comes at a pivotal time in the industry – educational needs are overwhelming, market compression and the desire for efficiency are driving e-discovery processes, and law firms, corporations, and service providers need a consistent process methodology that manages the scope of ESI, that controls cost, and that minimizes risk in e-discovery projects," Mike says.
Attorney George Socha, President of Socha Consulting and co-founder of the industry-standard Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), said of the book: "This is a great new resource for those wanting to better understand how to manage e-discovery projects. Drawing on years of practical experience in both project management and e-discovery, it offers guidance to the neophyte and experienced practitioners alike."
Released on June 10, 2016, Project Management in Electronic Discovery is published in e-book format and in printed form and may be ordered directly from https://www.ediscoverypm.com.
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