Fisher Phillips, a national employment and labor law firm, is seeking 2 Litigation Support Project Managers for its Irvine office. Our range of experience and expertise enables us to bring efficient and practical solutions to today's labor and employment law problems. For more information about the firm, please visit us at our website at www.fisherphillips.com.
The Litigation Support Project Manager (LSPM) will support the firm’s E-Discovery Committee, E-Discovery Manager, lawyers, and staff with E-Discovery and Litigation Support projects. This is a billable non-exempt position(s) that reports to the Firm’s National Associate Director and would support FP offices in the West coast time zones. This position(s) would be in the Irvine office.
Collaborate with E-Discovery Manager, attorneys, paralegals and vendors to project manage litigation discovery cases on a billable basis, as needed.
Assist attorneys and paralegals with various phases of discovery such as collections, preservation, review, production, archiving and forensic requests.
Perform data auditing, processing, loading and perform quality checks on processing, productions and deliverables including those provided by vendor services.
Confer with service providers on creating and ensuring adherence to specifications for forensic work, data collection, processing, and production.
Communicate with E-Discovery Manager, E-Discovery Committee and attorneys to provide project updates. Apply project management methodology, analysis, and process design knowledge to all tasks as well as coordinating and tracking daily project progress from inception through completion including maintaining project documentation, files and data inventory.
Administer, create, maintain, support, trouble shoot (front and back end) and provide training/support on litigation support applications and databases, particularly Relativity. Identify, analyze and solve end user problems. Resolve issues related to E-Discovery applications and database issues.
Vast experience using Relativity (RCA) and various other litigation support platforms both for processing and review.
Highly IT literate with solid experience using Excel and other database products.
Successful candidate must have great time management skills and be able to demonstrate ability to manage multiple concurrent, simultaneous and prioritize or shift tasks in a fast pace agile environment.
Strong attention to detail, ability to keep project documents and status up to date.
Understanding of E-Discovery and forensic collections, analysis; data security concepts and PHI, PII and preservation, collection and production of alternative and emerging data sources.
Understanding of predictive coding, CAL, TAR and data analytics.
A minimum of 5 to 7 years of experience immersed in a litigation law firm and/or vendor environment providing litigation support project management with a focus on client solutions.
Relativity experience required. RCA preferred. Must have other in-depth experience with the functionality and specifications of multiple processing and hosting platforms such as Catalyst, Concordance, Summation, Law, and Nuix as well as familiarity with CaseSoft Suite (CaseMap, TimeMap, NoteMap), LiveNote, MS Access, MS Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Trial Director and Sanction. In addition to EnCase, FTK and Cellebrite reporting.
Ability to communicate in writing or orally technical processes and solutions clearly and interface diplomatically with all personnel including non-technical audiences.
Ability to utilize strong problem-solving skills and adaptability when faced with unique projects and tight timelines.
Ability to conduct group training sessions.
Ability to function independently with minimal supervision.
Ability to follow instruction, complete assignments in a timely manner, and work cohesively within a team environment.
No relocation costs. Principals only; no calls please.
We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, color, sex (including childbirth, breast feeding and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniform service member and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, age, protected medical condition, genetic information, disability or any other protected status in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws.
About Fisher & Phillips LLP
Since 1943, the attorneys at Fisher Phillips have been committed to providing value to our clients. We do one thing - represent employers in labor and employment matters.
Our clients know their legal problems will be treated as business problems and that we strive to help them avoid legal problems. We believe the lawsuit that’s never filed is a better win for a client than a costly defense verdict.
Although skilled and tenacious advocates, our attorneys recognize that the most aggressive and expensive approach may not always be the best solution to a client's problem. We seek to identify the client's primary business objective, design a solution to fit the objective, and implement that solution in the most efficient manner possible.
By performing compliance audits, providing the right policies, procedures and training, and offering thoughtful advice and counsel, we assist clients in preventing employee claims and lawsuits, government investigations, and union organizing activity.
We’re in the client service business and know that many labor and employment problems arise without much warning and require an immediate response. We meet deadlines and provide plenty of adv...ance time where client review of documents is needed. And we communicate with our clients in plain English.
Founded in Atlanta, we're national with 32 offices and more than 350 attorneys. Our attorneys practice before state and federal courts and administrative agencies in virtually every state.
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