‘Magic’ isn’t a term often associated with e-discovery, but it’s the only suitable term to sum up the Second Annual Corporate E-Discovery Hero Awards, held January 29 at New York City’s picturesque Tavern on the Green restaurant. A who’s who list of e-discovery influencers and shapers filled the attendee list, and they were collectively moved by the recognition of their peers and inspired by the discussion between world-renowned historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and e-discovery expert Craig Ball.
The first award of the evening went to Eric Lieber of Toyota, who was named the ‘Smooth Operator’ Hero for streamlining e-discovery workflows and making litigation response feel nearly effortless.
The Maximizer Hero Award was given to Dawn Radcliffe of TransCanada for her excellence at doing more with less, using processes and systems that bring efficiencies, control costs and save time.
As the evening built towards an apex, Zapproved’s CEO Monica Enand took a moment to reflect on the tenth anniversary of the company she founded, noting the tremendous changes in the e-discovery industry over the last decade.