luminosity-bg.png

Inventus Blog

Inventus is a leading national discovery management practice, focused on reducing litigation costs through a suite of bundled, best-of-breed technologies.

Alisa McLellan

Alisa McLellan
Alisa McLellan, Esq. has worked in the eDiscovery field for over ten years, and is the Director of Project Management for Inventus’ East Coast and Central teams. She is an energetic team leader with proven skills in cross-functional team building, quality performance, and productivity improvement. Alisa is a licensed attorney and she completed her J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2011, where she won CALI awards for excellence in Electronic Discovery and Civil Litigation. Alisa was also voted into the Order of the Coif—a prestigious national legal honorary society whose members are chosen based on exceptional academic performance while in law school. Alisa contributed on the Electronic Discovery Deskbook, a treatise on electronic discovery, and is currently a member of the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program. She is a former Litigation Paralegal with over five years of experience managing electronic discovery collections, reviews, and productions for a large, multinational law firm where she regularly travelled to client offices to manage custodian interviews and data collections. Alisa has also managed large-scale document reviews, and assisted with privilege reviews and privilege log creation. She is a Relativity Certified Admin, and a subject matter expert on collections, productions, Relativity and Clearwell.
Find me on:

Recent Posts

5 Most Famous Cases of Industrial Espionage

Posted 01/26/17 5:12 PM by Alisa McLellan

 “Nothing but my curiosity could have prompted to such researches…minute description of all that concerns this kind of work might, somehow, be useful in Europe.”


—Words of Father Francois Xavier d’Entrecolles, as he concluded his account in which he revealed the trade secrets of the makers of Chinese Porcelain, which he acquired while working with the kilns and craftsmen of the industry.

Opposing Production Received…Now What?

Posted 06/27/16 9:30 PM by Alisa McLellan

Your opposing counsel has just delivered a production volume. You could just hand it off to your vendor or project manager to get it loaded into your review platform ASAP.  Before having it loaded, however, some items to note might include:

luminosity

Reduce overall cost and risk of your entire legal process
Learn More