Success! LPM/Civil Law Joint Meeting

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Success! LPM/Civil Law Joint Meeting

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From: Mhedayat1

Newsflash: yesterday the DCBA Practice Management and Civil Law Committees held a joint meeting/presentation on the subject of electronic discovery and electronic filing.

On the former subject the LPM Committee presented Karen Ettelson and Stephen King (that’s right, Stephen King!) from the e-discovery firm of Computing Source Legal. The latter subject was tackled by Judge Kenneth Popejoy of the 18th Judicial Circuit, who has been tapped, along with Judge Ronald Equi, by Chief Judge Kilander to spearhead the electronic filing initiative in DuPage County.

More details about today’s presentation will follow in my next post, but in the meantime here’s a hint: both parts of the presentation were a runaway success. LPM is back in business after being sidelined for 2 years running. My gratitude to everyone on the committee for their persistence and interest.

Stay tuned to this Bat-Blog for more information (coming to a computer near you).


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