Managing large-scale litigation is extremely challenging, given the volume and complexity of the data involved. But by adopting best practices, defense teams can reduce duplicative efforts, manage costs and improve outcomes for their clients.

Womble Bond Dickinson Vice Chair Ellen Gregg, who leads the firm’s Case Management Facility, recently spoke in a webinar discussion titled “Avoiding Surprising Litigation Discoveries—Leveraging Technology for Complex Litigation Management.” She and other speakers discussed strategies and technology-based solutions to simplify complex litigation management and provide centrally accessible information.

She was joined in the panel discussion by Altria Assistant General Counsel Mike Klein, TCDI President—Litigation Services Caragh Landry and TCDI Executive Vice President—Expert Services and General Counsel Timothy Opsitnick.

The Aug. 7 webinar was presented by EDRM and TCDI.

Ellen Gregg is a veteran trial lawyer who leads Womble Bond Dickinson’s Case Management Facility (CMF), which helps clients manage information in mass tort and class action litigation. Gregg also is Vice Chair of the firm, and is an innovator in law firm leadership, professional development, and recruiting programs. She has litigated cases at all levels of state and federal courts including class actions, and medical malpractice, wrongful death, civil rights and complex product liability claims.