As organizations wrestle with heightened supervisory scrutiny and exponentially expanding regulatory requirements, compliance risk continues to grow. The influx of new rules continues to outpace internal resources and systems, so strategic planning is becoming essential. As a result, many organizations are redesigning their compliance programs to target improvement to the way they manage regulatory information.
The long-delayed Volcker rule goes into effect on April 1, 2014. It will raise the cost of regulatory compliance, as well as require organizations to change their approach to data management and record-keeping. Many organizations will also need to re-evaluate their IT infrastructure to ensure it meets the new regulations. Attend this webcast to hear experts discussing the final rules, possible impact, and what banks can do to be prepared.
The panel of in-house experts and consultants will share real life experiences and explore ways attorneys may optimize delivery of legal services related to contracts. Contract management is one of the areas least explored by law departments as an area ripe for standardization and improved processes. Panelists will discuss use of technology, outsourcing and performance metrics as key tools to become more effective.
May 6, 2013 | 1 pm – 2pm EDT
Through every stage of litigation, from planning to execution and monitoring, employing the right tactics can improve workflow efficiency and ensure you accomplish your clients' objectives on time and on budget.
April 15, 2013 | 1 pm – 2pm EST
The panel will explore ways attorneys may defend their search parameters during discovery and how companies can comply with new collection and preservation standards in their day-to-day operations. We will also discuss the limitations in the current technology and whether recent court decisions will require a paradigm shift in the use of these methodologies.
December 14, 2011 | 11 a.m – 12 noon EST
In 2011, the financial industry saw what many are calling a tsunami of mortgage-backed securities related litigation as a result of the 2008 mortgage crisis. Join a panel of securities experts as we review the surge in MBS related litigation in 2011 and the future of this type of securities litigation.
With more in-house counsel using legal process outsourcing for litigation document review, structuring the relationship among in-house counsel, outside counsel and the legal process outsourcing provider is critical to protect the company against sanctions or malpractice litigation, and to ease a smooth and efficient review.
In the last few years, legal process outsourcing has entered a new phase. As leaders in the industry have addressed key ethical issues and lawyers have become accustomed to outsourcing, the industry has grown, and adapted to meet the evolving needs of corporate legal departments and law firms. In this webinar a panel of leading industry experts will discuss the evolution of legal process outsourcing, including recent trend shifts and new directions. These include but are not limited to: