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What is LTPI?

The Legal Technology Professionals Institute is a non-profit trade association created for and run by Legal Technology professionals to represent all participants in the legal technology industry, including providers and consumers of technology products and services, to develop and maintain operational and ethical standards, best practices, guidelines, resources, and forums under a non-profit umbrella.  

Why LTPI?

It is time to move beyond talking and tinkering.  As legal technology professionals, WE NEED standardized, operational materials and best practices that convert ideas into usable operational and defensible processes through technology with measurable outcomes.   Moreover, WE NEED to come together under the auspices of a non-profit trade association to benefit the industry as a whole.

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LTPI Offers ESI Stipulation Guidance with Release of New Resources

LTPI hopes to make this crucial step in the process more obvious for those who may lack real-world experience.

Chris DiMarco, Legaltech News

November 11, 2015

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November 10, 2015 - LTPI Debuts its Standard ESI Stipulations for Public Comment

The Legal Technology Professionals Institute (LTPI) debuts its Standard ESI Stipulations to assist legal practitioners in addressing the preservation and production of electronically stored information required by legal and regulatory discovery processes.  The LTPI Standard ESI Stipulations are the product of a collaborative effort by LTPI members, drawing on years of senior level experience in discovery.  The LTPI Standard ESI Stipulations template is comprised of two documents, download below. The first document is a Model E-Discovery Order (in Word format) and the second is Model Stipulated Production Specifications, which focuses on standard Metadata to be included in productions (in Excel format). This template was constructed after careful review by industry veterans of numerous examples taken from a wide variety of recent matters, and are consistent with LTPI’s recently released Production Glossary.

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