State of the Union
Looking for what's new in litigation management? This is it! To set the framework for the Symposium, we start with a review of current and future models of claims departments and legal service providers and discuss the evolutionary forces that will affect their working relationships. The state of the union is forward-looking and thought leaders will help set the stage for the next generation of litigation management. Both legal purchasers and law firms gain from fully understanding the impact of next generation litigation management on purchasers and those who deliver legal services.Back to top
Law Firm Innovation
Maria Donnelly, Luks, Santaniello, Petrillo & Cohen
Dwayne Hermes, Hermes Law, P.C.
C. Peter Hitson, Carlton Fields
Erik Johnson, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Jeffrey (JD) Keister, McAngus Goudelock & Courie, LLC (MGC)
Preston McGowan, Goldberg Segalla LLP
Legal Purchasers greatly benefit in many ways when law firms enhance their efficient delivery of legal services. This panel of law firm innovation experts will discuss advancements that they have made in enhancing the efficient delivery of legal services through process change, project budgeting, analytics and more. This session identifies the new normal for what law firms must do to compete in the next general of litigation management and what purchasers must require in the future.Back to top
Roundtable: The Future of Insurance Industry Legal Services
Coming together to share their thoughts, legal purchasers, litigation managers, and lawyers work together at this roundtable to explore the future expectations for the legal services marketplace. The roundtable sessions will help identify real-life problems, and as well as develop opportunities for near-term deployment solutions. Both consumers of legal services and lawyers working toward new alternative legal service providers, processes, and technology exchange ideas to further their mutual interests.Back to top
Roundtable: Big Data - Identifying and Creating a Value-Based Metrics Map
Results matter to everyone, but how should they be measured? Legal purchasers and law firms continue to generate data, but how and can it best be used? What should be the key benchmarks for the industry for both firms and purchasers? How can those be standardized? This roundtable session will allow participants to work together to discuss and explore the critical data points that clients and firms should use to measure appropriate outcome and efficiency success, including the creation of key performance indicator standards.Back to top
Roundtable: Destination Resolution
How does law firm innovation, future legal services products, and data lead to better outcomes? How does the changing demographics of our country and technology impact how litigation functions? This roundtable session will allow participants to work together to discuss and explore techniques to increase resolution success including early resolution opportunities and trial considerations as well as impacts from social inflation, plaintiff bar tactics and changing juror dynamics.Back to top
The Best of the Rest
This wrap-up session will allow for discussion on audience identified topics not already discussed
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Chicago, IL 60611
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