8th eDiscovery Brochure
The Tie in Between Information Governance and Litigation Preparedness with Craig Carpenter of Recommind
Description: Listen in as IQPC NYC interviews Craig Carpenter, VP and General Councel at Recommind, and speaker at the 8th eDiscovery Conference in NYC, Dec 7-9
E-Discovery: Fostering the Relationship Between IT and Legal
Description: Listen in as IQPC NYC speaks with Brandon D'Agostino, ESI Councelor at Blue Cross Blue Shield, SC and speaker at the 8th EDiscovery Conference in NYC, Dec 7-9. He will be discussing strategies on improving the relationship between IT and Legal, when it comes to E-Discovery.
Proven Strategies to Increase Value and Lower Costs Early in the Litigation Cycle
Description: Join IQPC NYC as we speak with David Cohen and Bree Kelly, Esq. of K&L Gates LLP. David, Partner and Co-Chair of eDiscovery Analysis and Technology will be running a workshop at the IQPC 8th eDiscovery Conference Dec 7-9 in NYC, on eDiscovery mythbusters, revealing strategies to increase value and lower costs early in the litigation lifecycle.
Part One: Strategies for Controlling the Cost of Review in a Defensible Manner
Description: IQPC NYC speaks with Greg McPolin, Vice President and Managing Director of Litigation Services at Pangea3. This is the first podcast in a three-part series and will be discussed at the 8th eDiscovery conference in New York City, Dec 7-9.
Part Two: Strategies for Controlling the Cost of Review in a Defensible Manner
Description: IQPC NYC speaks with Wayne Matus, Partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman (www.pillsburylaw.com) in the second podcast in a three-part series that will be discussed at the 8th EDiscovery conference Dec 7-9 in New York City.
Part three: Podcast with Diane Barrasso, Principal Forensic and Dispute Services for Deloitte Financial Advisory Services on Strategies for Controlling the Cost of Review in a Defensible Manner
Description: IQPC NYC interviews Diane Barrasso, Principal Forensic and Dispute Services for Deloitte Services and speaker at the 8th eDiscovery Conference in NYC, Dec 7-9
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State E-Discovery Rulemaking after the 2006 Federal Amendments: An Update
Protecting Privilege with Federal Rule of Evidence 502: Free Article from speaker, Patrick Oot
Information Weeks' Article: The Pain of Ediscovery
Investigations and Prosecutions Involving Electronically Stored Information
Lessons Learnt from the Top: Best Practices from the Implementation of GE's Multinational Record Retention Policy
How others have implemented policy and associated timing Look before you need to: What you should know about your paper and electronic stored records Proactive moves to address the United States' revised Rules of Civil Procedure Successful authentication of electronic documents Marilyn Bota, Former Vice President-Record Retention, GE Financial Assurance
Case Study: Spearheading the Global Roll-Out of a Global E-mail Management and Retention Project
Driving the project as a joint venture between the Legal and IT teams Containing escalating storage capacity by applying automatic deletion rules Reducing e-discovery costs through enforcing the policy systematically Constructing a policy that enables adherence to the obligations of the U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Selecting a compliant and cost effective storage and archiving solution Overcoming the biggest challenge of all...politics! Patrick Kos, Attorney at Law, F. Hoffman La-Roche
Adding Value, Increasing Profit and Reducing Cost in your E-Disclosure Practices
Understanding the impact of recent local court reforms and international e-disclosure trends Defining and refining your current e-disclosure workflow Learning to value-add and provide e-disclosure as a "deliverable" Implementing sound practices to mitigate the risk of poor or inefficient e-disclosure management Recognising the opportunities for bringing e-disclosure in-house Jo Sherman, Chief Executive Officer, E-Discovery Tools Vince Neicho, Litigation Support Specialist, Allen & Overy
A Proactive and Efficient Approach to the Management of eDiscovery Time and Cost
In this Q&A style presentation, Michael Rutty, eDiscovery Specialist, CommVault Information Access & Management will answer questions such as:
The Changing Face of E-Discovery Search - What You Need to Know
As Electronically Stored Information continues to proliferate and courts and investigators demand more from businesses, pressure to cut costs are just not going away.
This complimentary webinar with Dean Gonsowski, Esq. conference will provide review the case study Victor Stanley v. Creative Pipe, Inc., and also include: