2018 Corporate E-Discovery Hero Awards

Celebrating excellence in corporate legal preservation

The 2nd Annual Corporate E-Discovery Hero Awards has sold out, a wait list is available.

The 2018 ceremony honors high achievers in corporate legal preservation and litigation response with an awards banquet dinner hosted at Tavern on the Green Restaurant in New York’s Central Park.

This year’s awards featured speaker will be Doris Kearns Goodwin, the world-renowned presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of six critically acclaimed, New York Times best-selling books, including Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Ms. Goodwin’s discussion will offer her learned perspective on the role of the president during eras of great unrest.

If you would like to be placed on the waitlist to attend the hero awards celebration January 29, 2018 in New York follow this link.

This year’s Hero Award Winners have been nominated in one of these four categories:

  • Trailblazer Award – corporate e-discovery professionals and/or teams who leverage new ideas, processes and technology solutions to solve the e-discovery challenges of today and tomorrow. Examples: redesigning processes, bringing more processes in-house, implementing new systems, etc.
  • Guardian Award – corporate e-discovery professionals and/or teams who protect their organizations from risk by building defensible and secure processes and systems for e-discovery and litigation response. Examples: improving custodian compliance rates, preserving data in place, improving data security, etc.
  • Maximizer Award – corporate e-discovery professionals and/or teams who excel at doing more with less and have implemented processes and systems to bring efficiencies, control costs and save time. Examples: reducing spend with outside service providers, shortening project timelines, reducing hours spent managing e-discovery, etc.
  • Smooth Operator Award – corporate e-discovery professionals and/or teams who have streamlined e-discovery workflows, making litigation response feel nearly effortless. Examples: eliminating manual tasks, improving collaboration with other departments, integrating systems, etc.


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