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Using eDiscovery Applications with Hard Copy Clients
In this webinar you will:
• Focus on working efficiently with eDiscovery applications when your client documentation is hard copy based

Speakers:
• Yvette Tepper, Struck Love Bojanowski & Acedo, PLC
• Brittany Thaler, ACP, Trainer, Ipro

Ipro will donate $1 for every live webinar attendee to Plant with Purpose (https://plantwithpurpose.org/donate/).

If you intend to use this course for CLE credit, please check with your local state group or organization to ensure this course meets their requirements. Ipro Tech has not affiliated or submitted this course for approval with organizations, however the content covered in the course may qualify the attendee for self-study credit, ethics credit, non-substantive credit, and/or substantive credit not to exceed One-hour. Certificates of attendance will be emailed upon completion of this webinar.

Jun 18, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Yvette M. Tepper
Litigation Technology Paralegal @Struck Love Bojanowski & Acedo, PLC
Yvette is a highly motivated and quality-orientated legal professional with a comprehensive background as a paralegal and litigation support specialist adept at eDiscovery, document review, trials, employment litigation, intellectual property litigation, and civil litigation. Originally from Chicago, Yvette attended Southern Illinois University in pursuit of her psychology degree, and is a forever faithful Chicago Cubs fan. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with friends and family.
Brittany Thaler
Trainer @Ipro
Brittany Thaler is a Trainer at Ipro, where she educates clients in using Ipro’s discovery and trial solutions, as well as creating best practices and workflows specific to their practice. Brittany utilizes her eleven years of legal industry experience by giving clients real-world, first-hand examples when discussing the use of Ipro products, best practices, and trial presentation FAQs. Before joining Ipro, Brittany was a Litigation Support Paralegal where she advised, created, and managed various eDiscovery matters and presentation of cases in numerous arbitrations, evidentiary hearings, and trials (both bench and jury). Brittany was also an Adjunct Faculty member at a local college, where she created curriculum and taught various legal-studies subjects to aspiring paralegals.