Earlier this year I interviewed Vince Neicho, old friend and companion in disclosure rules development, long time litigation support manager at Allen & Overy, and now VP – Legal Services at Integreon in London.
Quite often, the interviews we do are grabbed during a break at an event. That encourages succinctness, but it good sometimes to be able to cover subjects in more depth. Vince Neicho set aside a day to come and see me, allowing us the luxury of covering a number of related subjects in one session.
The result was three separate interviews published in August and September which were good enough to warrant repeating. Our broad subject was Integreon’s specialist field of outsourced document review, in which technology, people and project management are brought together to reduce the time and cost of review. As the interviews make clear, this is not just for litigation or regulatory disclosure / discovery, and not just for the very big players.
The interviews were as follows:
Vince Neicho of Integreon on the benefits of outsourcing the disclosure process
Vince Neicho of Integreon on outsourcing for smaller firms and for barristers
Vince Neicho of Integreon on satisfying regulators and on the rise of social media discovery