In this eDiscovery Day educational panel led by industry experts to include EDRM CEO Mary Mack, presenters will highlight and share insight from the Exterro and EDRM/Duke Law E-Discovery Maturity Quiz. With responses from 300 in-house legal professionals, the survey results portray the e-discovery maturity of organizations in a variety of industries and sizes.
From the expanding universe of social media applications such as Twitter and Tic-Tok to modern productivity tools ranging from Slack to Office 365, eDiscovery professionals continually are challenged with identifying and understanding new types of data. In this expert presentation, computer forensics and eDiscovery authorities Michael Sarlo and John Wilson will share an overview of critical considerations, proven protocols, and best practices for discovering and dealing with new types of data.
In this eDiscovery Day educational panel, industry experts will outline opportunities for eDiscovery professionals to utilize their skills to serve indigent clients, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. The expert panel will also describe concrete actions that eDiscovery professionals can pursue to promote diversity in their teams and the teams that they work with. This webcast will be of particular interest to professionals having a desire to give back to their communities.
“E-Discovery Day is a chance to learn from industry experts, network with your peers, and get ahead of the curve. Each year, the participation for E-Discovery Day reaches more legal professionals and we are thrilled with the initial line-up of supporters, events, and webcasts. Organizations are encouraged to add their own events and webcasts to provide even more opportunities to celebrate e-discovery on December 4th,” said Bill Piwonka, CMO at Exterro.
One of the challenges in developing a plan for a document review is the use of proper assumptions and facts in the planning process. This expert presentation highlights ten common myths associated with document reviews and present approaches for avoiding planning decisions based on incorrect assumptions and facts.
In this expert presentation, HaystackID eDiscovery authorities Ashish Prasad, John Wilson, Todd Haley, and Vazantha Meyers will discuss which technologies seem to be taking a larger percentage of the eDiscovery market and why these technologies matter, especially to lawyers managing complex matters.
This expert presentation is led by one of eDiscovery’s foremost digital forensics experts, John Wilson. In this ILTA-hosted webcast, John highlights cryptocurrencies and blockchains and also shares fundamental information that will help legal, business, and information technology professionals understand how to examine and investigate these technologies through the lens of the electronic discovery continuum.
Corporations faced with substantial eDiscovery requirements often lack the basic components of a corporate eDiscovery program, which prevents them from achieving efficiencies and reducing costs with respect to eDiscovery. In this educational and instructional presentation, our expert panelists will explain how to design and implement a corporate electronic discovery program for use in litigation, investigation and compliance matters.
This expert presentation led by industry eDiscovery experts Ashish Prasad and Todd Haley will help industry professionals understand and more appropriately consider the pros and cons of different models of pricing for eDiscovery services in the areas of forensics, processing, hosting, review, and consulting.
This expert presentation led by international investigations expert Jeremy Burdge of Hogan Lovells will present actionable considerations for auditors, investigators, and litigators as they navigate the planning requirements, political and people issues, privacy laws, and the technologies available to identify and shape positive investigation outcomes in international venues.