Tempe, Ariz. Jan 15, 2019 – Ipro Tech, a global leader in eDiscovery and Trial technology announced today the appointment of a new member of its executive team, Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Segal. In 2018, Ipro made significant changes to the sales organization structure. The addition of Mike ensures Ipro has the leadership in place continue reading »

Tempe, Ariz. Jan 8th, 2019 – Ipro Tech, a global leader in eDiscovery and Trial technology announced today the appointment of a new member of its executive team, Director of Marketing, Ian Faith. With over 30 years of experience, Faith joins Ipro to bring a fresh new approach to marketing and communications. His history includes continue reading »

Tempe, Ariz. Jan 7th, 2019 – Ipro Tech, LLC, a global leader in eDiscovery software technology, announced today the 2019 dates and name change for its popular annual user conference. The new name, Ipro Tech Show, reinforces the company’s dedication to simplifying the process from within eDiscovery to Trial litigation software technology. The show provides continue reading »

  Challenge With a thriving practice, the burden of growing discovery volumes was challenging to manage. Chamberlain Hrdlicka had adopted litigation document review, processing, and transcript management software years earlier; however, with exponential growth in client data volumes, the limitations of that software became glaringly evident. They experienced performance and workflow issues on many cases, continue reading »

Ipro’s Trainers and Consultants are a division of the Professional Services group. Our team is comprised of professionals from a variety of backgrounds in the legal industry. Together, we’ve worked in just about every space within the legal, Litigation Support, and eDiscovery business including law firms, corporate legal departments, service providers, independent business owners and continue reading »

In the previous installment, we reviewed the power of repetition to capture the jury’s attention. If you missed it, be sure to check it out. In this next and final post in the series, we’ll touch on a few more powerful techniques you can use in the courtroom to take your presentation to the next continue reading »

In the previous installment, we discussed the initial approach to capturing the jury’s attention. If you missed it, be sure to check it out.   In this next post, we’ll go over a few more important aspects for not only engaging the jury, but best practices to ensure they understand and remember the critical pieces continue reading »

With the internet at our fingertips, it seems like people, in general, can’t hold their attention as long as they used to. Most can’t go a few seconds without pulling out their phone to check the latest updates, pics, or videos. The short attention span reality doesn’t change when someone is selected for jury duty, continue reading »

You or your company just purchased a new software product, and it’s now your task to learn how to use it. To tackle the training, first decide which one of these learning styles are you? The button pusher: I don’t have time for training, so I just jump in, push buttons and see what happens, continue reading »

A high profile wealthy man is found shot to death in his home. The scene appears suspiciously staged to investigating police and in short time, the victim’s wife, a woman not known for her warmth and kindness, is immediately charged with his murder. Her alibi is slippery, and the evidence is stacking up. Her only continue reading »