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Tales from the Trenches: Blue Shield In-House Team uses Forensics and Mobile Device Discovery Techniques to Optimize E-Discovery
Join Blue Shield of California's legal IT department for a discussion of the real-life practices and workflows that have led them to save over $1million in legal services costs. Using forensics tools, mobile device investigation tools and e-discovery tools together, Blue Shield has realized a more thorough analysis of case data, improved efficiencies and is inventing new investigation techniques along the way. Attend the webinar to learn how the team:
• Tracks information/data across the entire case life cycle
• Collects from a large variety of data sources
• Uses forensics techniques to perform a deeper analysis of documents, social media, keywords, photos and more
• Analyzes mobile devices as an important source of case data
* Jon A. Johnson - GSEC, MCSE, CCNA; Security Engineer Lead, IT Security; Blue Shield of California
* Mark Menz; Security Engineer, IT Security; Blue Shield of California
* Caitlin Murphy; Director, Product Marketing & Strategy; AccessData
The increasing volume and complexity of data involved in eDiscovery are making it harder for law firms and litigation support vendors to deliver timely, error-free services while still maintaining profitability. Legal service providers are increasingly facing pressure to complete larger volumes of work, faster – but achieving accurate, timely and defensible results requires a high level of technical skill and legal knowledge to prevent errors and rework.
This session will examine case studies of legal service providers that completed workflow and automation projects during the identification, preservation and processing stages of the EDRM. These projects resulted in lower costs of eDiscovery, reduced risk of errors, shared work across teams and offices; and made the output more defensible. The panel of eDiscovery experts will examine the processes these firms went through, the benefits they achieved and the lessons they learned along the way.
During this one hour complimentary webinar you will see the latest integration and functionality offered within LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer 1.5 and LAW PreDiscovery 6.5. We will explore how you can easily identify, index, filter, and search data at the source in LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer. Then process, pre-review and cull hundreds of native document types and emails prior to scanning and reviewing in LAW PreDiscovery. Learn first-hand about the integrations within these two powerful software programs, how they work together and with other discovery software.
There is no question that information volume, cost, and risk will continue to grow. There is also no question that a proactive information governance program is required. The issue is no longer why an organization needs one, but rather how to strategically design and implement one successfully with sustainable outcomes. Join this webinar hosted by leading industry groups to hear about what is new in information governance, why the time is now, and how to drive it forward - the strategy and the practice.
If you haven't seen the new Summation yet, now is the time. Join AccessData and EDRM.net to see a live demonstration of the modern Summation!
Driven by the AccessData technology core, Summation 5.0 offers ground-breaking new functionality including Predictive Coding and visual analytics and is fully interoperable with market-leading digital forensic investigative solution, FTK™.
Watch the webinar to see Summation 5's integrated processing engine and streamlined review with improved email threading & cluster analysis. The presentation will also feature real-time transcript review, our concordance migration tool and AccessData’s proprietary document viewer, which eliminates the need to TIFF in order to redact and annotate.
We'll also feature live Q&A, so Register Today!
Caitlin Murphy, Director of Legal Marketing for AccessData
Scott Lefton, Sales Engineer for AccessData
Join us on Thursday, November 7 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free UF Law / EDRM webinar, “E-Discovery Processing Made Simple” – sponsored by Nuix.
To find critical electronically stored information in a large body of data, you often first need to process the data. And when you process data, you better do so in a way you can defend. With the help of Nuix’s new e-discovery Director, the University of Florida E-Discovery Project team will de-mistify processing and walk the audience though data processing from document input to output for review. Learn the critical processing events you need to know and watch how processing can be managed with intuitively understandable graphics, charts and reports.
Speakers and Moderators:
* Martin Audet, Nuix
* Bill Hamilton, UF Law E-Discovery Project
* George Socha, EDRM
* Tom Gelbmann, EDRM
During this one hour complimentary webinar you will see the latest integration and functionality offered within Concordance® Evolution 2.2.1. This is the next generation of a fully installed enterprise review software product for electronic discovery and litigation document management. Learn first-hand how the integration of LAW PreDiscoveryTM and LexisNexis® Near Dupe work within Concordance Evolution to help you save money and time while reducing your risk for errors.
For the past few years, e-discovery tools have been propagating new
"visualization" technologies. While these have enlivened display monitors at technology fairs, they have not been incorporated into daily workflows. As workloads have grown, however, and as the tools have evolved, practitioners have begun to appreciate the practicality of quickly assessing relationships, emphases and activity-levels using timelines, graphical representations, and the ability to "zoom in" on important needles in their electronic haystacks. Join our panel as we describe ways to redesign your workflow to make the most of these new tools.
* April Miller, Paralegal, Tennessee Attorney General’s Office
* Ray Bernal, Litigation Paralegal/Litigation Support Analyst, Solomon Ward
* Eric Killough, Product Marketing Manager, AccessData
* Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM & Apersee
* George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM & Apersee
Oracle, Yelp, and Protiviti will discuss a roadmap to complete a successful IPO or M&A transaction, including key strategic considerations from processes to people and technology. You will have an opportunity to hear from an IPO perspective from Yelp’s CFO, Rob Krolik and corporate buyer side from Oracle’s SVP of Finance, Eric Ball.
A Candid Discussion of the Fears and Realities of TAR
After much discussion, no controversy should remain regarding the effectiveness of TAR. When executed as a complement to human review, research and court holdings will support any user’s decision to use it to effectively manage the culling, organization, review and production of responsive documents. It saves money, saves time and improves accuracy. So, why isn't everyone using it already? Join our panel of experts for a lively discussion of TAR-phobia and tips for getting past it.
A panel of experts from Robert Half and Protiviti will discuss key considerations as companies grow rapidly. Whether through business expansion, a successful IPO, merger or acquisition, any company considering one of these strategies must prepare a solid foundation to enable a successful and smooth transition. This event is designed to frame these liquidity activities in the context of a long-term strategic plan for growing companies.
• Current trends and recent issues regarding third party anti-corruption
• Eight essential elements of a third party anti-corruption program
• Best practices and examples to implement these eight essentials
• Enabling technology in deploying and maintaining your anti-corruption program
Legal and IT professionals face unique and daunting challenges with the ubiquity of iPhone and iPad use. First, these devices store an enormous and varied amount of information. Second, Apple’s proprietary and frequently changing iOS operating system presents a constantly moving target for those who have a duty to examine this information. If your clients or your staff conduct business with an iPhone or an iPad, you need to know how to recover, analyze, and manage the data they create. Our panel of experts will discuss these challenges associated with iOS investigations and present solutions -- in policy and technology -- to these challenges.
Sponsored by NUIX.
Small and mid-sized firms struggle with eDiscovery, and must manage the same tasks with fewer resources than large enterprises. Join Tom Gelbmann and George Socha, Co-Founders of Apersee & EDRM, along with William Hamilton, Dean of the Department of E-discovery at Bryan University, and Nuix’s eDiscovery Consultant Martin Audet for a webinar discussing how advanced technologies can help smaller organizations handle large eDiscovery challenges.
• How eDiscovery is becoming more accessible and necessary for small to mid-size firms
• How advanced eDiscovery and forensic technology can work on smaller data sets
• The importance of managing your data proactively
• How to avoid common eDiscovery pitfalls
• Importance of staying on top of the latest eDiscovery technologies – Don’t get left behind
• Why Nuix is offering Prooffinder – A philanthropic eDiscovery tool
During this one-hour complimentary webinar, sponsored by LexisNexis, we will discuss why law firms are moving their litigation environments to a private cloud, and the requirements and internal challenges often faced when deciding to make the move to a hosted solution. You’ll hear from a Chief Information Officer and Litigation Director at two top law firms as they share their personal experiences and insight into the main requirements law firms must consider when incorporating the cloud into their e-discovery technology strategy.
Apersee webinar sponsored by ZyLAB: Bringing e-Discovery in House: Risk and Rewards
The first part of this practical webinar provides a straightforward, pragmatic overview about how organizations confronted with e-discovery should be able to interpret e-Discovery within the context of actual expected processes, inherent risks, and the available technical solutions that can support relevant activities.
The second part of the webinar will illustrate how companies once they have an e-Discovery solution in house, can leverage one software product for both e-Discovery and Information Governance.
Speakers: Johannes Scholtes, Chief Strategy Officer of ZyLAB; George J. Socha, Esq, co-founder, EDRM, Apersee
Moderator: Tom Gelbmann, co-founder, EDRM, Apersee.
Putting human eyes on every discovery document doesn't work any more. It costs too much, takes too long, and can't be counted on to deliver the results you need.
Enter predictive coding (aka CAR and TAR), with its potential to significantly reduce the number of documents that require manual review. Then add an arsenal of additional analytical tools and techniques, ways to find the facts you need the most - and even facts you didn't know you needed - faster, more consistently and reliably, and at a lower overall cost.
In this webinar, you will learn how these analytical tools are becoming more accessible and how they can be combined with leading technologies to make eDiscovery faster, cheaper, and more strategic.