Today, the roles and responsibilities of in-house legal teams are growing broader and more diverse by the day. And the pressure to show the value of legal, to justify spend and headcount, and to support the business needs of your teams is greater than ever. With so much on your plate and limited resources, how do you focus on the areas that really impact your team and your business?
No challenge is unique, and each is solvable. The people you'll learn from at InHouse22 prove it. You'll leave this event with practical, actionable ideas for doing your job better, having a bigger impact on your organization, and taking control of spend, data, and outside partner relationships.
Two days of learning and networking: one exclusively for in-house professionals, and one for Logikcull users of all stripes. Attend both days or pick up the sessions that are best for you.
Pour yourself a cup of ambition—or just a dark roast—and get ready to kick off InHouse 2021 with friends old and new. Attend group networking sessions or schedule one-on-one networking with your peers.
Today, data isn't information. It's noise. And not only is it making discovery and litigation a nightmare, it's invading every aspect of our lives and business. Join Logikcull CEO and co-founder, Andy Wilson, as he demonstrates new ways to cull out the BS and focus on the items that will really move the needle.
How do you contain costs and scale smartly during periods of intense and rapid company growth? Experts at high-growth tech companies share best practices for controlling spend without sacrificing speed or quality.
Throughout her career, Amy Sellars has taken in-house legal organizations from reactive and ad-hoc to innovative and empowered, with a single driving principle: Keep things powerfully simple, so people can do their job. Join her as she explains her approach to transformation and how she’s leading a better approach to eDiscovery and litigation as Director of Cardinal Health’s Discovery Center of Excellence.
What tools does a legal department need to help build the next billion-dollar startup? Ryan Black, Head of Legal Operations at Opendoor, and Tom Stephenson, Director of Legal Operations at Credit Karma, share their most essential tools for legal teams on the way to going public.
Tammy Thompson, Director of Litigation Services at Worley, shares how to roll out a legal hold process when starting from square one. Learn how to approach process documentation and legal hold guidance—from initial planning through to final deliverables—to reduce risk, control costs, and maximize performance.
What comes after easy? When the catch up work has caught up and the low-hanging fruit no longer hangs, in-house leaders need to lay the groundwork for the long road ahead. Susan Packal, Senior Director of Legal Operations and Chief of Staff at Twilio, and Stephanie Lamoureaux, Legal Operations Lead at Square, share how they plan for the next $10 billion.
Directing change at established companies is like turning a battleship. It’s not easy but goddammit there are ships to sink, boys. Julie Richer, Legal Operations & Discovery Manager at American Electric Power, and Juanita Luna, Director of Legal Operations and Administration at Pacific Gas and Electric, share how innovative leaders can move the needle, drive change, and socialize success at even the largest companies.
Chat applications have come a long way from the days of AIM. Today, chat has moved from flame wars with “GiantsFan415” to the center of the (increasingly virtual) workplace, as Slack, Teams, and other collaborative messaging tools transform the way we communicate. But “productivity apps” can lead to a very unproductive—and expensive, and risky, and frustrating—legal process if not handled proactively. Yoon Ettinger, Associate General Counsel at Southern Gas Company, shares her safeguards and strategies for getting ahead of chat data.
Third parties can be valuable, even essential, partners in your legal process—but that doesn’t mean they won’t attempt to “churn that bill.” Tammy Thompson is a Director of Litigation Services at Worley and Amy Sellars, Assistant General Counsel and Director of the Discovery Center of Excellence at Cardinal Health, give their top tricks to look out for.
Privilege and work product are only half the game. Today's eDiscovery practitioners are also increasingly tasked with protecting any personally identifiable information that may be in their data sets. That could mean painstakingly sifting through document after document—but it doesn't have to be. Coinbase's Kyle Kelly and Katie Lynch's Veolia share their strategies for culling PII quickly, easily, and confidently.
For nearly 15 years before going in-house, Scott Wandstrat practiced as a partner at an AmLaw 200 firm. Today, as Chief Legal Officer for Kindred at Home, he’s on the other side of the attorney-client relationship. Join Wandstrat and a roundtable of in-house leaders as they explore how to maximize value, reduce risk, and lead lasting transformations that truly move the needle.
Pull up a seat and celebrate the close of day one of InHouse with like-minded peers.
We live in a world where data is no longer information. It's noise. And it’s the single biggest challenge for legal and IT teams today. Join Logikcull CEO and Co-Founder, Andy Wilson, as he reveals new ways to cull the noise and the roadmap for the future. A must-see!
Get a personalized introduction to Logikcull's latest features and releases, plus training and strategy on how to leverage the most powerful culling features new and old. Attend small-group workshops on uploads, search, review, downloads, and more!
Continue to deep-dive into Logikcull with hands-on training or prove that you're a master of modern eDiscovery with Logikcull's Culler Certification.
Join us for the second annual Logikcull Awards, where we celebrate individuals and organizations who have demonstrated excellence, innovation, and impact in eDiscovery and beyond. This is not to be missed!