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Un-tying the Knot: Structuring effective relationships among in house counsel, outside counsel and third party providers in litigation

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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 this webinar, a panel of experts will review the ethical duty to supervise and discuss best practices for structuring the relationship among in-house counsel, outside counsel and the LPO (or other third party provider) to ensure that the litigators meet their duty to supervise, communication is consistent and constant and critical information is escalated properly.


Umair Muhajir, Esq.
Vice President, Global Litigation Solutions

Based fulltime in the Pangea3 Mumbai office, Umair is a seasoned U.S. litigator with extensive legal and analytical expertise managing electronic discovery and document review productions for major financial institutions and corporations. As Vice President, Global Litigation Solutions, Umair shepherds Litigation Delivery across the Pangea3 operations.

Prior to joining Pangea3, Umair practiced law at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP where he managed complex federal and state litigation. Umair’s expertise includes complex securities and accounting-related class actions, as well as other commercial litigation, including litigation (and federal regulatory inquiries) involving GAAP accounting for complex structured transactions and sophisticated financial products, and derivative litigation. Umair’s experience includes patent infringement, false advertising, contract and employment disputes.

Umair is a magna cum laude graduate of New York University and holds a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Umair is a member of the Manhattan Committee on Foreign Relations and is admitted to practice in New York.