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  • Understanding the E-Discovery Implications of Employee Status Changes Understanding the E-Discovery Implications of Employee Status Changes Antonio Rega, Managing Director, FTI Consulting; Scott Giordano, Esq. Corporate Technology Counsel, Exterro Recorded: Jul 17 2014 48 mins
    The status of employees constantly changes within an organization. They go on leave, move to new positions/locations, take assignments with different business units or subsidiaries, or depart the organization altogether. Annually organizations will have 12-15% of their workforce leave their company. While employee movements are a routine element of modern business life, they take on critical significance in the context of e-discovery, where failing to properly track employees can very easily result in data spoliation and severe sanctions.

    In this webcast, e-discovery experts will discuss:
    - The legal ramifications of data that is deleted as a result of employees leaving or changing roles at an organization
    - The proper workflows/protocols to prevent employee data from being deleted
    - Importance of briefing new employees of existing legal hold obligations
    - How technology can aid in preventing unwanted data deletion (a short demonstration of Exterro Fusion® will be provided)
  • Data Collection Considerations for Litigation, Criminal & Regulatory Matters Data Collection Considerations for Litigation, Criminal & Regulatory Matters Edwin Lee, Esq., Alvarez & Marsal; Michael Gibbons, Alvarez & Marsal; Scott Giordano, Esq., Exterro Recorded: Jun 5 2014 62 mins
    Organizations collect data related to legal matters for a myriad of reasons, from conducting internal audits to meeting litigation/regulatory obligations to responding to serious criminal allegations. Many IT professionals falsely conflate data collection with the process of creating a bitstream image – or exact bit-by-bit copy – of a targeted data repository, creating unnecessary costs for IT and legal. In reality, each collection scenario comes with a specific set of requirements that should dictate how the data is handled and ultimately extracted.

    In this webcast, legal and forensic experts will look at different types of data collections and explore the methods and technologies that support each one. They will also offer best practices for bolstering cross-departmental collaboration so that collection projects don’t place too much strain on IT resources.

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