This Week in Energy News – February 22, 2013

This week in Jetson Green Energy News, New York City is preparing for the next big storm and a California land rush could result in alternative energy providing the state with 100% of its power needs.

New York City East River Blueway Plan

Proposed: Four Miles of Manhattan’s East River to be Redeveloped with Storm Barrier

WXY Architecture + Urban Design, working with local officials and community groups, has developed the East River Blueway Plan to redevelop a stretch of Manhattan’s waterways to combat storm water surge, calling “for the creation of wetlands, parks, bicycle and pedestrian pathways and bridges, and the redevelopment of a disused beach under the Brooklyn Bridge.”

Toyota Sponsors 4,500 Trees for New York Restoration Project MillionTreesNYC

Founded in 1995 by Bette Midler, the New York Restoration Project (NYRP) has launched the MillionTreesNYC effort, a collaboration with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and other local organizations that has plans to plant one million trees in New York City by 2017. Toyota has already agreed to sponsor the planting of 4,500 trees towards this year’s annual goal of 15,000.

Renewable Energy Projects in California Could Meet 100% of the State’s Power Needs

A land rush on California’s farming region to plant solar farms adds up to 227 proposed solar projects that, combined with wind and other renewable energy sources, “generate enough electricity to meet 100% of California’s power needs on an average summer day,” the California Independent System Operator says.

Net-Zero Certification Program Launched by EarthCraft Virginia

Currently in a pilot stage, a two-art certification program being designed by EarthCraft Virginia will provide projects and homeowners with “Net-Zero Ready” and “Net-Zero Certified” status for energy-neutral and energy-positive residential buildings. The program is targeted to new construction in the southeastern United States.

National Research Council Report Advises Department of Defense to Continue LEED Efforts

A new report that has been compiled by the United States National Research Council, as requested by Congress, on “the use of energy-efficiency and sustainability standards for military construction,” has reviewed previous efforts by the U.S. Department of Defense to achieve LEED Silver or equivalent ratings in new construction and major renovations and gave them the “thumbs up.”

Renewable Energy Breakthrough Uses Geometry to Trap Solar Power

Researchers at Illinois’ Northwestern University have found a way to triple the period of time that light can be trapped within thin-film photovoltaic cells by “manipulating the arrangement of a polymer layer on an organic solar cell.”

Emerging Technologies Could Affect Building Industry Sustainability Efforts

A list of the most promising technology breakthroughs, released by the World Economic Forum’s Global Council on Emerging Technologies, which are expected to enable humans to deal with problems related to tackle population growth, resource demands, and other sustainability issues, included organic electronics, three-dimensional printing, self-heating materials, and remote sensing.

Public Demonstration of Tiny Houses in Washington D.C. Aims to Change Minds and Regulations

Boneyard Studios, founded by Brian Levy and Lee Pera, has created a community of tiny, movable houses as public demonstration of the trend in residential downsizing, hoping to “encourage changes in local laws to permit smaller, more affordable living options here and on vacant land across the city.”

Changing Business Models to Embrace Sustainability Equates to Increased Profitability

A study conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review and The Boston Consulting Group has revealed that “companies reporting profits from sustainability rose 23 percent in 2012, to 37 percent of the total” and that “that companies in developing countries change their business models as a result of sustainability at a far higher rate than those based in North America, which has the lowest rate of business-model innovation and the fewest business-model innovators.”

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A Cautionary Tale re: Prefab Home Kit

A future homeowner inherits a chunk of land in Ulster County, New York and decides to put a dreamy modern prefab on it.  I can understand that.  The owner picks an LVL model home from Rocio Romero, and the kit costs $47,000, including such things as the plans, a construction binder, open wall panels, certain structural materials, and the exterior siding.  The owner budgets just over $120,000 to finish the 1,669 square-foot home and hires a contractor to do the work, but that’s where things go wrong.

Turns out, the contractor didn’t complete at the low-bid price, according to an article in the New York Times.  The prefab kit home was ultimately finished for ~$260,000 (~$90,000 over budget), but the owner had to tap retirement savings, credit cards, and friends/family cash to get a certificate of occupancy.  Ouch!

So, what went wrong?

It’s unfair to speculate, but let’s just keep a few thing in mind, especially for those of you thinking about purchasing prefab in the future.

The Kit of Parts:
First, the prefab kit from Rocio Romero is just that: it’s a kit of parts that still requires labor, transport, the land, windows, insulation, and various other finish items.  Other than perhaps the transport, everything is subject to local pricing.  So it’ll cost a lot more on the coasts than everywhere else.

The Ballpark Cost:
Second, Rocio Romero informs purchasers that a LV home will cost anywhere from about 195 per square foot to finish.  Thus, the LVL model home — which has an open living room and kitchen, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms –  should cost anywhere from $200,000 – $325,000 to finish, including the kit.  The owners mentioned in the NY Times finished their home within this range at $260,000, but not for the quoted low-ball from the first contractor.

The Prefab Builder:
Third, all prefab is not in the form of a kit of parts.  Certain companies like Blu Homes and Stillwater Dwellings work the entire process from start to finish.  So their pricing — and this is big a marketing point for these companies — comes with more certainty.  I think prefab from companies with a building division/program will have more pricing certainty.

The Late-Night Homework:
Fourth, don’t be discouraged but also do your homework.  Browse our archives of green prefab and ask lots of questions before you move forward.  Soon we’ll have more resources available for those interested in prefab.

Credits: Trevor Tondro for The New York Times

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Powerful WiFi antenna used in California and New York City now being used for Nigeria Hotspot

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 18, 2004

New, patented antennas from WiFi-Plus, Inc. which are being used in city-wide WiFi deployment in Lancaster, CA and electronic signage networks on the streets of New York City, is connecting Chevron in Nigeria to the world through an 802.11b hotspot.

Gray Line New York Introduces New York City’s First Eat and Play Card

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 25, 2011

Gray Line New York, the premier double-decker bus and New York sightseeing company, announces the addition of the Eat and Play Card to its line of products. As the first of its kind in the New York City area, The Gray Line New York Eat and Play Card is a vacation savings program, uniquely designed to meet the wants and needs of leisure travelers. It will enrich visitors’ New York experiences by providing cardholders with exclusive access to savings across a full range of in-destination vacation expenses: dining, New York attractions, entertainment, shopping, and more. Beginning on May 27, 2011, The Gray Line New York Eat and Play Card will be available for purchase exclusively on http://www.NewYorkSightseeing.com/EatAndPlay, at the Gray Line New York’s visitor centers, concierge desks, and call center.

Eat and Play Card is simple and convenient for all travelers. One card is valid for up to four people and has unlimited use for 30 days. The card provides travelers with entire-bill discounts and unlimited savings potential. The card is the “anti-coupon” – just one card covers all your necessary vacation purchases and unlike coupons, does not have any annoying restrictions like blackout dates. The card eliminates the time visitors spend hunting for coupons, and maximizes their time for fun.

The Gray Line New York Eat and Play Card has attracted some of NYC’s most popular brands as partners. In fact, there are over 100 places to use it, including: Central Park Zoo, Guggenheim Museum, Macy’s Herald Square, Chicago The Musical, Memphis, Stomp, Caroline’s On Broadway, McCormick and Schmick’s, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, NY Skyride, Intrepid Museum, NHL Store, Famous Footwear, DeNatale Jewelers, Heartland Brewery, TGI Friday’s, Charley O’s, Lindy’s, B. Smith’s, Shula’s Steakhouse, Delmonico’s, Legends, Sky Room, Bourbon Street, McDonald’s, and many more.

“Gray Line New York is excited to introduce Eat and Play Card to New York City. We want our customers to receive the full New York experience, so we are thrilled to be partnering and co-branding with Eat and Play Card, and in the process brining so much additional value to visitors,” says David Chien, marketing director for Gray Line New York. “And, with all of the money visitors will save using the card, they can start planning their next trip!”

“No one knows New York better than Gray Line New York, says Larry Raubach, Eat and Play Card’s co-founder and director of marketing. “Partnering with Gray Line New York offers a great synergy that helps ensure our co-branded program provides visitors with some of the best savings available in New York, most of which they won’t find any place else.”

The Gray Line New York Eat and Play card will cost $ 24.99 and is valid for 30 days after the date of first use. For more information, please visit, http://www.NewYorkSightseeing.com/EatandPlay.

About Gray Line New York

Since 1926, Gray Line New York is the source for NYC’s double decker bus and deluxe motor coach tours. This company operates the signature deluxe double-decker, hop-on, hop-off bus tours that include the Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn and Night loops, as well as fully escorted foreign language motor coach city tours in German, French, Spanish and Italian. Also, Gray Line New York’s one-day excursions to Niagara Falls, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Woodbury Common Premium Outlets shopping mall are visitors’ favorites.

In addition, this tour company sells tickets to all major New York attractions and has trained FIT (For Independent Travelers), groups, and charters sales staff. Independently managed and operated, Gray Line New York is entertainment.

About Eat and Play Card

Eat and Play Card enriches vacation experiences by providing exclusive access to savings of 10% – 50% off the entire purchase and across a full range of in-destination vacation expenses such as: dining, attractions, entertainment, shopping, and more. With no blackout dates, annoying restrictions, and entire-purchase discounts for up to four people, there is no other program like it. Currently available in New York and Orlando, the card is coming soon to other popular destinations.

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David Clark EVP and GM of Joost™ to Deliver Keynote at AdMonsters Fifth Bi-Annual US Leadership Forum in New York City

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2008

AdMonsters, an association dedicated exclusively to online advertising operations and technology, today announces that David Clark, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Joost™, the world’s first broadcast-quality Internet television service, will deliver the keynote at their fifth US Leadership Forum.

AdMonsters’ Leadership Forum gathers the some of the most senior members of ad operations teams from all types of digital media companies, including media owners, advertising networks, digital agencies, and technology and outsourced solutions providers. In the past, this forum has tackled issues including handling late creative submissions, streamlining agency and publisher workflow, and identifying new and emerging advertising technologies for online advertising. The incorporated workshops guide attendees to define clear, best practices on a variety of topics related to their industries.

Mr. Clark’s keynote will examine the complex, and sometimes thorny relationships between sales teams and their peers in operations as online continues its shift from primarily a medium for direct response marketing to one of major importance to major brand advertisers. According to Clark, “operations teams at media owners must continuously expand their core competencies to handle a wider range of tasks. They must be able to target to the valuable audiences advertisers are after. This can be a tricky proposition with the growth of social networking sites and others that rely heavily on user generated content.”

Clark will highlight key strategies for successful operations teams in 2008 and how they will evolve within the industry over the next three years — as well as sharing key lessons learned that can be leveraged by the broader ecosystem that is emerging. Drawing on more than 15 years’ experience in television, advertising and online media, Clark will use a mixture of specific case studies and advertiser and agency feedback to highlight some of these key shifts in digital marketing.

As the online marketing grows “beyond the browser” to encompass an array of platforms, marketing becomes increasingly complex. It is almost always the operations teams at the media owner who bear the brunt of this growth. “This group, the ad operations teams, is now getting a strategic seat at table and truly working with commercial teams and agencies to deliver on the promise of online advertising. They’ve long ago moved from the boiler rooms to the front lines of digital marketing and are shepherding the way forward,” Clark said.

“Online Ad Opersations is made up of many complex moving parts. These include the media planning and creative agencies, sales teams from media owners, third party rich media and delivery providers, and the advertising technology and operations teams at media owners and ad networks. With online advertising growing faster than any other segment of the industry, it is critical that all these parts move together in an efficient and scalable manner. The Leadership Forum helps get us there by bringing all the key stakeholders together under one roof,” said Matt O’Neill, AdMonsters President.

He continued, “Dave is in a unique position to offer insight and clarity on these issues as he has been on the front lines of media for years. He’s directly tuned in to what advertisers want and what technical issues we as an industry must clear in order to deliver on what they want.”

The goal of the day is to identify common pain points shared across the industry and work to come up with sensible, tactical solutions to these issues. Participants will be able to return to their offices with fresh ideas for how to better deliver value to their customers as well as a specific tool to achieve this.

Past participating advertising agencies include: Agency.com, Avenue A / Razorfish, Centro, Horizon Interactive, MEC Interaction, Mediavest Worldwide, Neo@Ogilvy, OMD Digital, Organic, Starcom IP, TargetCast tcm and Wahlstrom Group. Past attending publishers include: A&E Television Networks, AutoTrader.com, Bizjournals, Classified Ventures (cars.com), CNET Networks, CNN Money, Conde Nast, Cox Newspapers, Inc., Discovery.com, Financial Times, Fox Interactive Media, Hanley Wood, Hearst Digital, IAC Partner Marketing, Jetix (Disney.com), Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, McClatchy Interactive, MSN, MTV Networks, MySpace, NBC Universal, New York Times Digital, Salary.com, Sports Illustrated, The Weather Channel, Time Inc., Turner, US News and World Report, Warner Bros., WeatherBug, Yahoo! Inc. and more.

About AdMonsters

Founded in 1999, AdMonsters LLC is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to online advertising operations and technology. AdMonsters provides a unique forum for ad operations professionals to communicate, collaborate, socialize, network, and identify best practices. AdMonsters’ bi-annual conferences focus primarily on topics such as ad serving and related technologies, ad production, inventory and yield management, advertising products, policies, procedures, and industry standards and are considered to be essential by professionals in the field.

With more than 370 member companies worldwide, AdMonsters membership now includes senior leaders and decision makers in ad technology and ad operations from most of the top-tier media publishers in the US, and many in Europe. Dedicated to the ad operations industry, AdMonsters offers a full suite of ad operations training classes, consulting services and holds two conferences each year which is open to those in ad operations roles at advertising agencies, ad networks, portal and publishers. AdMonsters is supported in part by the sponsorship of companies interested in building strategic relationships with our members. For more information please visit: AdMonsters Website, admonsters.org.

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New Family FunPass Makes it Easier and More Affordable for Local Families to Have Fun in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco and Southern CA

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 13, 2011

Smart Destinations, the leading provider of multi-attraction passes designed to save travelers time and money, today announced the launch of its Family FunPass, an attraction pass designed for families who want to have fun at nearby attractions, while saving money. Available for seven U.S. destinations, including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco and Southern California, the new Family FunPass provides discounted entry to four of the most popular family attractions in each city, plus valuable perks like skip-the-line privileges.

The Family FunPass is all a family needs to beat the heat and enjoy favorite summer attractions together? while saving more than 20 percent off the cost of individually priced admission. The pass is active for 60 days from first use, allowing busy families to visit all four attractions at their convenience, throughout the summer and even into the school year.

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Universal Steel Buildings Furnishes Stables in Middletown, New York

Pittsburgh, PA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 01, 2011

Mark Ford Stable Inc. recently purchased and constructed a fourth Olympia Steel Building supplied by Universal Steel Buildings Corp., adding to its growing high-end stable complex in the upstate New York area known as “The Cradle of the Trotter”. Previous to the purchase of his fourth Olympia Steel Building, owner, Mark Ford, had purchased and constructed three Olympia pre-engineered steel buildings to house his high-end equine boarding stables. Gathering ideas from all over North America and with the help of Olympia Steel Buildings design consultants, sales technicians and engineers, Ford incorporated the best of these ideas into the design of his facilities.

“These state-of-the-art metal buildings are more like warehouses than barns,” commented Ford. The pre-engineered steel buildings have 30 ft. ceilings and house 282 stalls. Openings on the top, front and between stalls promote air circulation. Multiple skylights let in daylight so that electrical lighting is only required at night, saving on electricity. The energy-efficient metal buildings systems are weather-tight. “Even in the winter and without additional heating, the indoor temperature never dips below 42 degrees,” agreed Ford.

“The steel buildings are beautiful. The main building has dormers and they all have windows and barn squire sliding doors,” commented Olympia Sales Technician, Jill Leonello.

In April of 2008, the Times Herald Reporter stated, “most race tracks are doing away with their barns.” The Ford Stables state-of-the-art stable complex is reversing this trend with their extensive use of energy-efficient and cost-effective Olympia Steel Buildings. (Sourced from USTA Hoof Beats).

Mark Ford Stable Inc., a private company in Goshen, New York, specializes in horse training. In business since 2008, the company is located within 100 miles of five major racetracks and only five miles from Historic Track and the Harness Racing Hall of Fame. They offer boarding stables, equine therapy, including horse health hydrotherapy, and horse transportation in their 19,850 square ft. facilities. Situated on 76

ATCO Quiets Large New York City Power Plant

Queens, NY (PRWEB) November 17, 2011

ATCO Structures & Logistics today announced that it has successfully quieted New York City?s newest power plant. ATCO?s noise abatement for Astoria Energy II, the second power block of the 1,100 MW facility in Queens, N.Y., passed the project?s strict noise level compliance criteria. New York noise laws are among the most stringent in the United States.

?I am extremely proud of the work we did on this project,? said George Lidgett, Executive Vice President, Operations and Manufacturing, ATCO Structures & Logistics. ?ATCO?s proprietary technology has earned us global recognition in noise abatement and this plant?s proximity to the world-famous Steinway & Sons piano factory, a playground and residences were crucial considerations for ATCO in designing a cost-effective noise mitigation solution for the Astoria project.?

ATCO provided acoustical consulting, mitigation design, product supply and site quality assurance for the 550MW initial power block of the new combined cycle power plant and then designed, supplied and constructed all noise abatement measures for the 550MW second power block. The second power block included all structural steel and acoustic wall and roof assemblies for a 3,600 square metre turbine hall, a fuel gas compressor building, a gas-insulated switchgear enclosure, and a freestanding acoustic wall measuring 33 metres tall and 182 metres long. ATCO also designed and supplied localized noise mitigation for the air-cooled condenser.

The construction site was small and bordered by water on three sides, creating logistical challenges that ATCO overcame through creative design, just-in-time delivery of all materials and detailed construction management.

ATCO Structures & Logistics offers modular buildings, site services and industrial noise control solutions worldwide. With manufacturing facilities in North America, South America and Australia, a global supply chain, and operations on five continents, the company has the expertise to deliver a rapid, turnkey solution anywhere it is needed. To learn more, visit

http://www.atcosl.com.

ATCO Structures & Logistics is part of the ATCO Group of Companies. ATCO Group, with more than 8,000 employees and assets of approximately $ 12 billion, delivers service excellence and innovative business solutions worldwide with leading companies engaged in Utilities (pipelines, natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution), Energy (power generation, natural gas gathering, processing, storage and liquids extraction), Structures & Logistics (manufacturing, logistics and noise abatement) and Technologies (business systems solutions). More information can be found at http://www.atco.com.

For media inquiries or for more information, please contact:

John Evison

Vice President and General Manager, Noise Attenuation

ATCO Structures & Logistics Ltd.

(403) 813-1951

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New York City’s Greenest Condos Open with Industry Buzz

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2009

The Green Envy Development Group and Giancola Contractors successfully launched the opening of The Silhouette with a four-day Showcase and Open House on September 17, 2009. The environmentally-ambitious residential project is slated to become the first low-rise new construction condominium building in New York City to attain both LEED Platinum and Energy Star certifications, once completed. The Silhouette, a four-story 5,500-square-foot condominium building, is located at 272 21st Street in Brooklyn’s South Slope.

“I am quite pleased with the reception of The Silhouette during our opening weekend,” said Robert Roth, CEO of the Green Envy Development Group. “We had more than 400 visitors on site. Real Estate industry professionals, homebuyers, and neighbors who hold a curiosity for the Sustainability movement, all asked intelligent questions and expressed nearly unanimous appreciation for the building’s aesthetics and its green features.”

After a a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of The Silhouette, the Showcase and Green Expo featured notable guest speakers and leaders in green building technology including Sharon Griffith of NYSERDA; Dr. Ron Vitori of Green Peak Group; Amy Norquist of Greensulate; Caleb Crawford of Coggan & Crawford Architecture; Robert Roth of Green Envy Development Group; and Tim Brown, Co-Founder of LeftoverDepot.com.

Dr. Vitori, who is also the former chair of the Long Island Chapter of USGBC, offered this on The Silhouette project, “It is great to see LEED and green design concepts being incorporated into projects such as this. It shows that not only can innovative construction and design be accomplished, but it is also practical and makes business sense. The developers of The Silhouette should be congratulated.”

During the event, industry professionals networked with developers, architects, investors, brokers, government representatives, green building professionals and vendors. Attendees were given the opportunity to tour the condo units and evaluate the benefits and costs of owning or building a green home.

“The Silhouette represents an early, bold step in the direction of making green living available to the rest of us,” said Ryan Slack, CEO of GreenPearl.com, the event organizer. “No longer is green building only for huge developments and high-rises; the developers of the Silhouette have shown that green is not only possible but even affordable for a four-unit building. The crowd of professionals that clogged the rooms at Thursday’s event attests to the interest in this and future endeavors of its kind.”

Visitors were also treated to an exposition of local green building services, including LeftOverDepot.com, the NYC-based e-commerce platform allowing owners, developers, and contractors to buy and sell leftover building supplies, which can also be useful for LEED certification requirements. The event was supported by the following exhibitors: Greensulate, a Manhattan based firm specializing in green roof design and installations, Kamco, a local green building materials supplier; DoorStop, a green door supplier; energy reduction specialist Energy Management Solutions; and LotInfo.com, a source for green-retrofit client leads.

“It is clear from the popularity of the event that The Silhouette has tapped into a core value for people. Greensulate is thrilled to be involved with this project which demonstrates green building success from the green roof to the floor,” offered Amy Norquist, President of Greensulate.

In addition to the green building showcase, the second floor at The Silhouette served as an art gallery for Under Minerva, which features sustainable artwork by artists Lily Gold, James Healey, Jesse Holt, Olek, Tony Orrico and Ian Trask, and is curated by Vanessa Juriga and Tony Orrico. This collection of work is made from recycled, reused and found materials to promote sustainable/eco-friendly living and consciousness.

The Silhouette’s advanced green features, such as its state-of-the-art garden roof, solar panel array and new urban “community connectivity” make it among the most eco-friendly residential buildings in America.

“As a designer, I am quite happy with the building,” said Caleb Crawford of Coggan & Crawford Architecture. “It succeeds both ethically and as good design.”

For more information, visit http://www.thesilhouettecondos.com. For project photos, please contact Curt Blakeney at Edge Public Relations.

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Pangea3 Solves Electronic Discovery Challenges at West LegalEdcenter EDRR Conference, New York

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 09, 2011

Pangea3, a Thomson Reuters business, the most experienced provider of high-quality outsourced legal solutions to the world’s most respected companies and law firms, will lead a roundtable educational session at the 15th Annual Electronic Discovery and Records Retention (EDRR) Conference in New York.

In the afternoon breakout session “Budgeting, Risk & Proportionality Analysis,” Greg McPolin, Vice President and Managing Director, Global Litigation Solutions, Pangea3, will address e-discovery’s most pressing and complex issues — and how to avoid them. Joining Mr. McPolin as session co-leader will be David Lender, litigation partner, Weil Gotshal & Manges.

“New technologies and global expansion are dramatically impacting the field of electronic discovery. It’s essential to keep up with these fast-moving changes,” McPolin says. “Our EDRR session will be very collaborative, a hands-on workshop in which we?ll not only discuss best practices and solutions, but as a group take on e-discovery problem-solving.”

“Budgeting, Risk & Proportionality Analysis” will be held at Thomson Hall, Thursday, Nov. 10 at 2:15 p.m. Eastern. Attendees may be eligible for CLE credit.

Hosted by West LegalEdcenter, a Thomson Reuters business, the 15th Annual Electronic Discovery and Records Retention Conference promises unparalleled insight into the hottest e-discovery topics, provided by the industry?s most esteemed professionals.

For more information and to register, click on http://WestLegalEdCenter.com/EDRR_Conference

About Pangea3

Pangea3, a Thomson Reuters business, is the most experienced provider of high-quality outsourced legal solutions to the world’s most respected companies and law firms. Since 2004, Pangea3 has offered under one roof the most comprehensive suite of legal solutions, including corporate, litigation, compliance and IP-related services, to hundreds of clients around the globe.

Combining legal DNA, award-winning services and process expertise with Thomson Reuters intelligent information, tools and platforms, Pangea3 delivers intelligent legal outsourcing solutions that improve clients’ efficiency, extend their capacity and provide cost and timeline certainty. Voted “Best Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) Provider” in the 2011 New York Law Journal Reader Rankings, Pangea3 is the world standard in the LPO marketplace. For more information, visit http://www.pangea3.com.

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