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Simplifying Discovery: A View From The Cloud

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  • 2018 eDiscovery Year in Review
    2018 eDiscovery Year in Review
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Dec 12 2018 64 mins
    2018 was a very busy and significant year from an eDiscovery standpoint. This year has had everything from new data privacy laws here and in Europe to the use of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in discovery to important trends regarding the use (or non-use) of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to a landmark SCOTUS case regarding accessing cell phone location data without a warrant. What do you need to know about important 2018 events and how they impact your eDiscovery efforts? This CLE-approved* webcast will discuss key events and trends in 2018, what those events and trends mean to your discovery practices and predictions for 2019. Topics include:

    + Technology Competence Trends and Developments
    + CLOUD Act and the Microsoft Ireland Case
    + General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Data Privacy Law
    + Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Trends and Challenges
    + SCOTUS Ruling in Carpenter v. US
    + Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Trends
    + Internet of Things (IoT) Devices as Sources of ESI
    + Business and Investment Trends within eDiscovery
    + Form of Production Trends and Disputes
    + New Resources for eDiscovery Best Practices

    Presentation Leaders:

    Doug Austin is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine where he manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
  • The “Luddite” Lawyer: Will Lawyers Ever Embrace Technology?
    The “Luddite” Lawyer: Will Lawyers Ever Embrace Technology?
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Nov 28 2018 66 mins
    Technology Assisted Review (TAR) has been court approved for nearly seven years now and other technologies and approaches have been proven to save time and money while even improving quality within the discovery process. Yet, many lawyers still have yet to embrace these new technologies and approaches. Why, and what needs to happen to change things? This CLE-approved* webcast will discuss a lawyer’s ethical duty to understand technology, how to address today’s challenges and embrace approaches for addressing those technologies, pertinent case law regarding the use of technology and resources for more information. Topics include:

    + Ethical Duties and Rules for Understanding Technology
    + Addressing Discovery of Various Sources of ESI Data
    + Understanding the Goals for Retrieving Responsive ESI
    + Considerations and Challenges for Using Technology Assisted Review
    + Considerations for Form of Production
    + Key Case Law Related to Technology Challenges
    + Resources for Expanding Your Technical Expertise
    + Recommendations for Becoming Technology Competent
    + Resources for More Information


    Presentation Leaders:

    Doug Austin is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine where he manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
  • Get a “Clue” Regarding Your eDiscovery Process
    Get a “Clue” Regarding Your eDiscovery Process
    Doug Austin, Tom O'Connor, and Mike Quartararo Recorded: Oct 31 2018 69 mins
    As evidenced by some high-profile recent eDiscovery disasters, managing eDiscovery projects is more complex than ever. Not only have the volume and variability of ESI data sources increased dramatically, but there are often more stakeholders in eDiscovery projects today than characters on the board game Clue©. Successful eDiscovery today means not only meeting your obligations, but also making sure that each stakeholder in the process succeeds as well. This CLE-approved* webcast will discuss the various participants in the eDiscovery process, what motivates each of them, and best practices on how to avoid becoming the next high-profile eDiscovery disaster. Topics include:

    + The Process: Managing the Project from Initiation to Close
    + The Phases: Managing the Flow of ESI Before and During the Process
    + The Players: Goals and Objectives of Each eDiscovery Stakeholder
    + Whodunnit?: Lessons Learned from a Large Financial Institution’s Mistakes
    + Whodunnit?: Lessons Learned from a Government Entity’s Mistakes
    + Whodunnit?: Lessons Learned from a Medical Center’s Mistakes
    + Recommendations for Avoiding Your Own Mistakes
    + Resources for More Information

    Presentation Leaders:

    Doug Austin is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine where he manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.

    Mike Quartararo is the founder and managing director of eDPM Advisory Services. He is also the author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery, the only book to merge project management principles and best practices in electronic discovery.
  • CloudNine Training Snapshot: Concordance Desktop Updating Image Bases
    CloudNine Training Snapshot: Concordance Desktop Updating Image Bases
    Travis Ballenger, Solutions Consultant Recorded: Oct 1 2018 6 mins
    A snapshot demonstration of the process required to update an image base within Concordance Desktop.

    Some of the various ways in which to update a Concordance Desktop image base are renaming media paths and folders, editing or deleting media keys and calculating and updating the page count for an image base. Use Concordance Desktop’s Image Base Management feature to accomplish each of these tasks.
  • CloudNine Electronic Discovery Loader Settings Overview
    CloudNine Electronic Discovery Loader Settings Overview
    Terry Leang, CloudNine Solutions Consultant Recorded: Oct 1 2018 8 mins
    An overview of the configurable settings in the LAW PreDiscovery Electronic Discovery Loader, that are specific to the type of source you’re importing. Based on policies and project specifications, the settings tab is used to determine how specific file types will be handled during the import process, such as extracting the contents of an archive or detecting duplicate files, as well as how the files will be organized in the folder view of LAW PreDiscovery.
  • Law Prediscovery Electronic Discovery Loader
    Law Prediscovery Electronic Discovery Loader
    Terry Leang, CloudNine Solutions Architect Recorded: Oct 1 2018 6 mins
    A snapshot demonstration of an introduction to the LAW PreDiscovery Electronic Discovery Loader.
  • Preparing for Litigation Before it Happens
    Preparing for Litigation Before it Happens
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Sep 26 2018 62 mins
    Information Governance (IG) has always been part of the eDiscovery landscape and it has always been important for reducing the population of potentially responsive electronically stored information (ESI) that might be subject to litigation by helping organizations adopt best practices for keeping their information “house in order”. But now with an increased concentration on the two-fold concerns of privacy and security, IG has become more important than ever. This CLE-approved* webcast will explore the implementation of Information Governance best practices to help organizations better prepare for litigation before it happens. Topics include:

    + Minority Report: Pre-Case for Litigation Avoidance
    + What Information Governance is and What it Isn't
    + General Principles for Information Governance
    + Who Uses Information Governance?
    + IG Considerations and Issues
    + Basic Information Governance Solutions
    + Information Governance vs. Analytics
    + How Privacy/Security Has Impacted the Importance of an IG Program
    + Recommendations for Implementing an IG Program

    * MCLE Approved in Selected States

    Presentation Leader: Doug Austin

    Doug is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine. At CloudNine, Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Special Consultant to CloudNine: Tom O'Connor

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
  • Litigate or Settle? Info You Need to Make Case Decisions
    Litigate or Settle? Info You Need to Make Case Decisions
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Aug 29 2018 65 mins
    People say that fewer and fewer cases go to trial these days. Is that true. Regardless of whether it is or not, what information do you need to know to make an informed decision whether or not to litigate or settle the case and how do you gather that information? This CLE-approved* webcast will discuss how litigation has evolved over the years, how that impacts discovery and what you need to know to decide on the best course of action for each case. Topics include:

    + How Litigation Has Evolved
    + The Importance of Deciding Correctly
    + eDiscovery Considerations
    + Covering Your Bases While You Decide
    + Benefits of Early Data Analysis
    + How Much Each GB Can Cost You
    + Why Number of GBs Isn't All You Need to Know
    + Why You Should Test Searches Before Meet and Confer
    + Other Tips and Tricks to Know for a Successful Outcome

    * MCLE Approved in Selected States

    Presentation Leader: Doug Austin

    Doug is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine. At CloudNine, Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Special Consultant to CloudNine: Tom O'Connor

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
  • Key eDiscovery Case Law Review for First Half of 2018
    Key eDiscovery Case Law Review for First Half of 2018
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Jul 25 2018 61 mins
    Legal precedents set by past case law decisions remain one of the best ways to guide lawyers on how to do their job, especially when it relates to eDiscovery best practices. Case law examples help lawyers avoid mistakes made by others, as well as saving time and money for their clients. This CLE-approved* webcast session will cover key case law covered by the eDiscovery Daily Blog during the first half of 2018 to enable lawyers to learn from these cases. Key topics include:

    + Is there a template for how parties should cooperate in a Technology Assisted document review?
    + Should a plaintiff be allowed to email all defendant employees to see if they have responsive documents?
    + Will fabrication of text messages result in sanctions post Rule 37(e)?
    + Can Twitter be compelled to produce direct messages between their own employees?
    + Can an individual be compelled to produce private Facebook photos by the opposing party?
    + How have proportionality considerations in the 2015 Federal rules affected scope of discovery?
    + Should a receiving party be granted a quick peek at privileged documents to resolve privilege disputes?
    + Should border searches of electronic devices require a warrant?
    + Can you be sanctioned for discovery violations even after a jury verdict?

    * MCLE Approved in Selected States

    Presentation Leader: Doug Austin

    Doug is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine. At CloudNine, Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients. 

    Special Consultant to CloudNine: Tom O'Connor

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
  • Collecting Responsive ESI from Difficult Places
    Collecting Responsive ESI from Difficult Places
    Doug Austin and Tom O'Connor Recorded: Jun 20 2018 66 mins
    Believe it or not, there was a time when collecting potentially responsive ESI from email systems for discovery was once considered overly burdensome. Now, it’s commonplace and much of it can be automated. But, that’s not where all of the responsive ESI resides today – much of it is on your mobile device, in social media platforms and even in Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Are you ignoring this potentially important data? Do you have to hire a forensics professional to collect this data or can you do much of it on your own? This CLE-approved* webcast will discuss what lawyers need to know about the various sources of ESI today, examples of how those sources of data can be responsive to litigations and investigations, and how lawyers may be able to collect much of this data today using intuitive applications and simple approaches. Topics include:

    + Challenges from Various Sources of ESI Data
    + Ethical Duties and Rules for Understanding Technology
    + Key Case Law Related to Mobile Devices, Social Media and IoT
    + Options and Examples for Collecting from Mobile Devices
    + Options and Examples for Collecting from Social Media
    + Examples of IoT Devices and Collection Strategies
    + Recommendations for Addressing Collection Requirements
    + Resources for More Information

    * MCLE Approved in Selected States

    Presentation Leader: Doug Austin

    Doug is the VP of Products and Professional Services for CloudNine. At CloudNine, Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

    Special Consultant to CloudNine: Tom O'Connor

    Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.

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