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PMI Presents "Avoiding Redundant Project-Management Costs in Electronic-Discovery Projects"

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On Tuesday, August 9th, I will present a Webinar hosted by the Project Management Institute's Legal Project Management Community of Practice (PMI LPM CoP), in which I will discusses the how to avoid redundant project-management costs in electronic-discovery projects. The webinar is free to all PMI members, but you must be a PMI member to view it.

Title: "Avoiding Redundant Project-Management Costs in Electronic-Discovery Projects" 

Format/Location: Webinar.

Cost: Free for PMI members. Not available to non-members.  

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Description:

E-discovery projects are well suited for project-management initiatives as they benefit from access to better tools for estimating, measuring, and monitoring work than are available to other areas of legal practice. Often, however, the benefits of e-discovery project management are not fully realized or come at a higher cost than necessary due to redundancies in project-management resources and work within and among the corporate legal departments, law firms, and litigation-support vendors involved with a matter. In this Webinar, Mr. Easton will briefly introduce the role and cost of project management in e-discovery and provide seven tips for decreasing project-management redundancy and, therefore, costs.

Presenters:

Paul C. Easton, JD, PMP, CEDS, Community Leader for the PMI LPM CoP.

Credits & Accreditation: Attendance at this session qualifies for one Professional Development Unit for PMI Credential Holders.


Linkhttp://legalpm.vc.pmi.org/Webinars/ViewWebinar.aspx?WebinarAction=View&WebinarExternalKey=eeef8b25-358c-48d7-b804-f7709ef91f65

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