The conference was inaugurated with lighting of the lamp and welcome note from Jay G. Safer, Partner – Locke Lord LLP. The morning session started with a panel discussion ‘Legal Outsourcing – The Real Picture’. Barbara Hoey of Littler Mendelson P.C., Mark Grossman of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP, Christopher Gallagher of Special Counsel and Edward Brooks of The LPO Program shared the dice to discuss ins and outs of the outsourcing relationships in the global legal industry.
Second panel discussion ‘Understanding IT Logistics vis a vis Outsourcing’
After the networking lunch session the program resumed with “People, Process & Technology – A Draft n Craft Approach” presented by Ms. Anjali Pahwa, Vice President – Legal of Draft n Craft that gave all the attendees an understanding and insight of the process and procedure of the legal process outsourcing (LPO) company. It was interesting to understand the whole work flow and project cycle.
After a presentation from Mr. Rahul Khosla of eDynamic on latest trends & challenges in legal technology followed by a networking tea break, it was the time for the most sought after panel discussion “US Law Firms in India – A Vision or Reality?” where Jay G Safer of Locke Lord LLP, Rakesh K Sharma of Draft n Craft Law Firm, Bipul K Mainali of Pepper Hamilton LLP along with Edward Brooks discussed the ways how US law firms can find their approach to Indian legal market.
Besides the various interactive panel discussions, presentations, networking and live project exhibitions for the legal support, the conference was rich in its content and its special features. All the attendees participated in every session with full zeal and eagerness. It was said that such initiatives are good for the global legal industry and to spread word about the benefits of the legal outsourcing.
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