On October 19, I sat down with Mark Hawn, the CEO of Trustpoint.One, via Webex. Mark and I covered how one size does not always fit all in eDiscovery, embracing remote technology and opportunities in the market.
Mark is an experienced entrepreneur, having founded and served as the CEO for Legal Copies International for eight years before it was acquired by Ikon. He also founded DocForce/Onsite Sourcing in 2002, which was later acquired by a private equity firm. Mark has served as the CEO of Trustpoint.One since 2010.
Finding Synergistic Opportunities in the eDiscovery Market
Mark explains how Trustpoint.One incorporated document review and staffing services under one umbrella as a way to be cost-effective and efficient.
One Size Does Not Fit All in eDiscovery
Mark discusses Trustpoint.One’s consultative sale model for providing eDiscovery services through Relativity, by looking at the individual client’s needs and means.
The New Normal: Embracing Remote Technology
Mark notes how Trustpoint.One has transitioned to embracing remote work, including remote deposition implementation of its court reporting sector.
How In-House Counsel Can Merge eDiscovery Preferences
Mark discusses how becoming integrated with the in-house legal department can lead to efficiencies in review and spend.
Trustpoint.One specializes in legal services technology following the EDRM model – from data collection and processing, to hosting and review. Trustpoint.One also provides court reporting, translation, and staffing services.
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