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.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
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.
The GW Proportionality Initiative brings judges, technologists, and legal experts together to provide structure to the proportionality analysis and shed light on the technological questions that underscore eDiscovery costs and burdens.
In a recent webinar, experts discussed the latest technology and best practices for handling archived data. They also looked at how the accessibility of cloud storage will impact the Courts’ interpretation of proportionality.
In a recent webinar, we hosted legal and technology experts to discuss how modern data management and storage strategies, designed for maximum accessibility, are squaring with the increasing pressure to achieve proportionality.
In 2021, CDS launched CDS Vision, proprietary dashboards designed to help users harness the full power of RelativityOne. Enjoy part 3 of our 3-part blog series on how CDS deploys data visualizations to empower clients to raise their eDiscovery game.
Data visualizations help review teams make fast progress on complicated matters with enormous, varied datasets. In Part II of a three-part blog series, our experts provide examples and use cases for leveraging data visualizations.
Visualizations drive smarter workflows, more efficient classification and better QC so eDiscovery projects stay on time and on budget. Part I of a three-part blog series reviews how data visualizations equip eDiscovery practitioners to take control of a data explosion.
How do you maintain your visibility in a changing workplace? Do you know your boss’ communication and work style? Are you aware of your key performance Indicators for success? Has it changed?