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August 28, 2012

Cowen at ILTA Sees Big Data Feeding Managed Services

Cowen_david_ilta400Managed services is about to change how law firms handle e-discovery and compliance in a very big way, reports Monica Bay from the International Legal Technology Association's annual conference at the Gaylord National in National Harbor, Md.

David Cowen, managing partner of the Cowen Group, delivered this prediction to the audience at an invitation-only breakfast held by the company. Electronically stored information will grow dramatically in the next year, according to Cowen. In response law firms will be turning to managed services -- outsourcing ESI services to the vendors.

This means job opportunities, with movement from legal shops to once stigmatized vendors -- with salaries topping out at $275,000 a year, plus bonuses. "Managed services is going to drive into the industry like a bulldozer," said Cowen.

Read the full report on LTN online.

Image by Monica Bay

July 06, 2012

Cowen Group "Critical Trends" 2Q Report Shows EDD Surge

CowenGT11Good news from The Cowen Group: Thursday, the headhunter/research consultancy released its "2012 2Q Critical Trends" report, showing a huge surge in electronic data discovery workload at both law firms and corporate counsel offices -- to the tune of 70% and 77% respectively.

That's not all the good news -- according to the 88 respondents, both types of shops are pullin' out checkbooks and buying or upgrading tech, and hiring.

Check out the story here.

Image: Monica Bay

July 26, 2011

e-Discovery Job Seekers Site

E-Discovery Jobs Site Launching Soon

This is a great idea...putting all e-Discovery job seekers under one umbrella.  Another tool to help candidates, ogranizations, and the industry grow.

June 02, 2011

Now Hiring: Bryan College (Tempe, Az.)

From Don Gull, chair of Bryan College in Los Angeles, which has developed a technology teaching center in Tempe, Az, for post-grad programs:

Hire "We are looking to fill three key positions. First, we are seeking for a person to head up all our online programs and two program directors, one for a course in eDiscovery Project Manager and a Masters program in Advanced Health Informatics. If you are aware of persons who may be interested, I would be happy to send them more detailed information. These positions pay in the six figures. All of this will be under the auspices of Bryan University, a non-profit school of higher learning. All positions would be located in Tempe. We would prefer to talk with persons already living there but if relocation is necessary and someone is willing, we would like to talk. Please pass this to anyone who may be interested in one of these opportunities.

I am also interested in qualified people to serve on our eDiscovery Advisory Council along with Bill [Hamilton] to provide guidance to this developing organization. If you know of anyone with extensive eDiscovery experience, I would like to visit with them." 

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