Last year was a time of change and disruption. The legal ecosystem has been impacted dramatically by legal professionals shifting to hybrid and remote working environments. As a result, adopting cloud-based solutions like Everlaw has become essential for legal teams to remain competitive, facilitate efficient collaboration, and streamline legal services and workflows. Throughout it all, Everlaw has strived to keep pace with the changing world, releasing over 50 high-impact features to meet our customers’ rapidly changing needs – and launching Storybuilder by Everlaw, a no-cost, collaborative solution for legal professionals to prepare arguments and build compelling case narratives remotely and securely.
Join Chirag Zaveri, Director of Sales UK, and Andy Shelford, Director of Customer Success UK, as they look back at key ediscovery trends of 2021 and predict what’s in store for 2022. They’ll be discussing:
- Exciting Everlaw product launches from 2021, like Early Case Assessment, Legal Holds, and more cloud connectors
- ediscovery beyond litigation
- Remote legal work and the importance of efficient collaboration
- Increasingly important file types in 2022 and beyond
Chirag Zaveri, Director of Sales, UK, Everlaw
Chirag’s team is team focused on introducing Everlaw to the UK market and educating users and prospective clients on the benefits of an industry-leading cloud-based litigation platform.
Previously, Chirag was a strategic sales leader on the company’s US team, where he built and expanded partnerships with law firms and corporations on the West Coast. Prior to joining Everlaw, Chirag spent three years working with business leaders in the technology sector to improve their customer’s experience with their organisation.
Andy Shelford, Director of Customer Success, UK, Everlaw
Andy first initiated his experience in ediscovery working for a global financial company and built out the in-house ediscovery workflows for the EMEA team. Since then, he has gained extensive hands-on experience in ediscovery best practices supporting pro-active document reduction techniques and review strategies with complimentary technology. He has worked alongside Corporate, Financial and Legal firms in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US, and previously lived in Asia for 3 years.
Immediately prior to joining Everlaw, he was a Client Services Director for a global ediscovery services vendor, leading a team of professionals focused on EMEA based clients, providing a high quality consultative service across the full EDRM on a range of proprietary and third-party technologies to meet the needs and deadlines of Litigation, Regulatory Request and Investigation matters.