Legal Process Outsourcing: Ethics & Efficacy

Event in Focus

Responding to ever-increasing pressure to control legal costs, law firms and corporations alike have turned to a proven cost-saving method employed in many other aspects of business - outsourcing. This opportunity has spawned a burgeoning and global legal process outsourcing (LPO) industry that employs tens of thousands of people and generates hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of revenue a year. But when work that is being outsourced involves the practice of law things can get prickly. How do you ensure quality? What are the ethical risks? How do you ensure sensitive data are secure?
To address these and other important questions, Connected is hosting its "Legal Process Outsourcing: Ethics ↦ Efficacy" webinar on Wednesday, February 23, from 2:00 to 3:15 PM ET. The webinar faculty will include uniquely qualified speakers who will explain the attractive savings involved with LPO, as well as best practices for avoiding the considerable ethical harms of poorly executed outsourced projects.
Designed for in-house counsel, corporate executives and law firms, the "Legal Process Outsourcing: Ethics & Efficacy" webinar will provide an overview of LPO, address several particularly important sub-topics, and will then answer your questions on this new legal market that is growing at over 20% annually. Webinar topics will include:
*LexisNexis® is approved for Telephonic/Webinar training in 43 states. This specific webinar is approved in 36 states including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York†, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. This specific webinar is in the approval process for Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming.
†Only experienced (having completed their first 32 hours of CLE) NY attorneys may take telephonic training for CLE.
Emerging Issues Group
The Emerging Issues Group will be the host group for our LPO event. Group members will get access to exclusive content and blogs, and can take part in discussions about everything from ensuring LPO-related quality to the ethical risks associated with LPO to confidentiality and security issues associated with LPO.

Webinar Panelists


David Perla, Esq.
-Chief Executive Officer, global legal outsourcing company Pangea3 LLC

Edward Reich, Esq.
Deputy General Counsel, global law firm SNR Denton US LLP

Patrick Eckhert
Director, Indirect Procurement for global healthcare provider Cardinal Health