Long before the current health and economic crises forced other firms’ hands, Baker Donelson was proactively laying the groundwork for a new approach to eDiscovery. Now, more than a year later, their new way of doing discovery has resulted in:

1. More autonomy and control over the eDiscovery review and production process
2. Lower overall costs to clients
3. Faster direct engagement with the documents and data by the trial teams
4. Minimal internal overhead and litigation support needs

How did this AmLaw 100 firm accomplish such a significant change? Join this webinar as we dive into Baker Donelson’s new approach, with the law firm leaders behind the change.
  • Why Baker Donelson decided to reimagine its eDiscovery approach and what steps it took to find the best options
  • What strategies powered the firm’s success in implementing this new approach
  • How resource allocation, cost savings, user adoption, and time to data have been impacted by the firm’s new approach
  • Why eDiscovery is now “a non-event” in so many of the firm’s cases
Shareholder and eDiscovery Officer, Baker Donelson
Clinton Sanko, a Baker Donelson shareholder and the firm's eDiscovery and document review officer, is a seasoned commercial trial lawyer advocating for client value through proportionate eDiscovery. As a trial lawyer and technology enthusiast, Sanko has 13 years of experience dealing with eDiscovery issues in litigation settings, helping clients maintain a proportionate approach to finding what is needed and complying with all legal obligations, while keeping costs measured and unearthing the case story buried in the documents.
Director of eDiscovery Operations, Baker Donelson
As Baker Donelson’s eDiscovery operations director, Anthony Mendenhall uses his deep technical and legal background to ensure eDiscovery projects run smoothly, efficiently and in accordance with industry best practices. In his role, Mendenhall has principal responsibility to oversee all eDiscovery services and actively oversees process creation and improvement to ensure all services are provided to the highest standards and industry best practices and, ultimately, to maximize the value being delivered to the client.
Vice President, Logikcull
A vice president at Logikcull and former executive director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, Robert Hilson has more than ten year’s experience in the discovery industry. At Logikcull, Hilson brings his extensive expertise to driving industry engagement and education around the most pressing discovery challenges.