Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
When law firms, legal tech companies and corporate legal departments invest in DEI, what kinds of programs do they implement to recruit, engage and retain diverse talent? How can they leverage existing tools and processes, and what needs to change?
CDS’ Michelle Kell interviewed Lauren Resnick, Chief Practice Partner at BakerHostetler, who describes the extensive work that the firm has done in recent years to build out their Infrastructure and evolve their talent management practices to move the needle on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
Drawing from the latest thought leadership on workplace diversity, Zelda Owens, CEO of Owens, Williams & Associates gives an overview of how the push for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) is setting new standards for business.
Whether the business you represent has privacy challenges or just wants to do the right thing, global data privacy expert Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery shares five key things to consider when it comes to data privacy and staying ahead of GDPR compliance.
Global privacy expert Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery addressed the role of analytics and AI in identifying and protecting data in our recent webinar, Global Data Privacy Update: GDPR Walks the Walk. This blog, adapted from his comments, is the second of a 3-part series.
CDS’ Chris O’Connor and global privacy expert Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery recently discussed the latest developments in GDPR review, regulation and enforcement. Read on for a lightly edited transcript of their discussion, Part 1 of a 3-part series.
The GW Proportionality Initiative is a rigorous new Framework for proportionality analysis, establishing agreed-upon standards to estimate costs and burdens of eDiscovery. How does the methodology work, and what stands to change as a result? Read about it here:
What does it take to be successful on international eDiscovery projects? We talked with Kevin Chacon, our own globetrotting eDiscovery specialist, about what he’s learned from his work abroad.
In this final installment of our four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer interviewed women leaders Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder about the ways in which employers and managers can advocate for women in the legal operations and technology space.
In Part III of a four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder on ways in which employers and managers can support their employees and set them up for success in these challenging times.
In Part II of a four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder on whether the movement to remote work will have a lasting impact on the law firm workplace.
CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder including a detailed look at Relativity’s innovative, talent-first approach to the hybrid workplace.