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e-Discovery

  • The protection of your organization's trade secrets, collected PII data, and confidential matters are your top priority. The same is an attractive asset for thousands of hackers around the world looking to profit or gain a competitive advantage that could damage the integrity and success of your organization’s objectives.

    In this webinar, join three seasoned cybersecurity experts as they present the trends in cyberespionage and discuss:

    • What makes organizations vulnerable to cyberespionage
    • Why cyberespionage activity can vary across industries based on hacking drivers
    • How a combined security approach that focuses not just on external threat actors but also privileged insiders can help identify spying activity in the enterprise
  • It’s universally accepted that technology assisted review (TAR) speeds review and reduces costs, but many attorneys are still loathe to use it. In the eDJ Group’s recently released 2015 PC-TAR survey, nearly 40% of respondents say they are using TAR less than 5% of the time on their cases. While a majority of respondents say they have tried it, it’s clear that TAR hasn’t crossed the chasm as a go to tool for the legal community yet. Join Greg Buckles, eDJ co-founder and Tammy Doss, VP of Business Operations at Ipro, as they dig into what the survey and interview findings show for analytics and TAR usage and trends as we move into 2016.
  • Please join us on Thursday, December 3, 2015, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central as we present the free EDRM webinar, “Practical Options for US Litigators and Investigators Dealing with EU Data,” sponsored by EDT.

    Since early October when the Court of Justice of the European Union deemed the Safe Harbor regime for European data transfers to the US to be invalid, many organizations have struggled to evolve their information management strategies to accommodate the changing international data privacy landscape.

    While there are concerted diplomatic efforts underway to establish a robust new trans-Atlantic data transfer framework, the negotiations, are intrinsically linked to personal privacy and national security perspectives so resolution and clarity may take some time. Many litigators and investigators are, in the meantime, reeling in murky waters of uncertainty.

    How effective are the alternative data transfer mechanisms? What are their limitations and how can these be addressed? Are there any new options available? Are different strategies needed for investigations as compared with discovery for litigation?

    Join our EDRM webinar at 1pm on 3rd December 2015 to hear our international panel canvas key considerations and practical options for trans-Atlantic litigation and investigations in light of these recent developments.
  • This webinar is the final in a series of five practical sessions by the creators of the eMSAT-1. This webinar focuses on tying it all together: how to understand and act on the results obtained by completing the eMSAT.
  • Please join us on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central, as we present the free live EDRM webinar, "Away with Words: An Investigative Approach to eDiscovery,” sponsored by LexisNexis.

    In this webinar, our presenters will step you though an approach to eDiscovery that might not be so familiar to you: one grounded in data science, an investigative mindset, and a focus on the real end-game of discovery - bringing a case to a satisfactory resolution.

    ** Presenter **

    Thomas A. Barnett, Special Counsel, eDiscovery and Data Science, Paul Hastings

    ** Moderators **

    George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM
  • Join us as we demonstrate a new era in eDiscovery and a new innovation created to solve one of the industry’s most pressing and costly problems – disconnected and inefficient workflows. Currently, we batch data into containers to accommodate the limits of the processing tools we use. Breaking up data comes at signification cost, however: time. It takes time to create the batches, run each batch, and make sure that the batch ran properly without introducing errors. To eliminate the starts, stops and errors Ipro has introduced a patent-pending, continuous data streaming technology named, Automated Digital Discovery (ADD). By attending this webinar, you’ll see and in action and discuss how it unifies and simplifies the eDiscovery process.
  • Join us as we demonstrate a new era in eDiscovery and a new innovation created to solve one of the industry’s most pressing and costly problems – disconnected and inefficient workflows. Automation offers the ability to eliminate the usual starts and stops, as well as reduce many time-consuming human touch points while preparing data for review. By attending this session, you’ll learn how to avoid time delays, errors, and budget overruns common in today’s eDiscovery workflows.
  • Please join us on Tuesday, October 27, 2015, from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central, as we present the free live EDRM webinar, “Proportionality and the New Rules,” sponsored by LexisNexis.

    ** Description **

    This webinar will look at the soon-to-be-implemented amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure – examining the changes that focus on proportionality.

    Our speakers will describe those changes, address why they are being made, and discuss what ensuing changes in behavior we should expect to see.

    ** Presenters **

    John M. Barkett, Partner, Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP

    ** Moderators **

    George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM
  • Corporate data volumes are exploding exponentially, but legal budgets and court imposed deadlines are not keeping pace. It doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to recognize that reducing your time to knowledge can yield big dividends in cost containment and risk mitigation.

    We can help you to see the bigger picture and better prepare for strategic project management, meaningful discovery negotiations, and informed proportionality arguments.

    Our webinar will show you how you can use common investigative techniques to:

    - Perform timeline and gap analysis
    - Identify anomalies and trends
    - Reduce the noise quickly and efficiently
    - Find connections.
  • Our panel of security experts will cover the steps needed to appropriately respond to a data breach including how to:

    - Engage with law enforcement (FBI and Secret Service)
    - Work with general counsel on notifications steps, corporate communications, and preparation for post breach litigation
    - Act on your Incident Response plan quickly and effectively
    - Communicate the actions being taken to internal stakeholders including executive staff, and the board of directors
    - Improve risk management by implementing lessons learned
    - Improve your cyber resiliency through a realistic breach preparedness program.

    Your featured speakers include:
    - Chris Pogue - Senior Vice President, Cyber Threat Analysis, Nuix
    - Erik Rasmussen - Director of Cyber Intelligence and Investigations for Global Payment Systems Risk, Visa Inc
    - Alexander W. Major - Associate in the Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Practice Group, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP
    - Eduardo E. Cabrera - Vice President Cybersecurity Strategy, Trend Micro
  • This webinar will include a demonstration of how internal corporate IT managers, security professionals, or litigation support personnel can create in-house E-Discovery collections using Pinpoint Labs Harvester software. Learn how to design an automated self-collection kit for remote custodians, or deploy Enterprise wide stealth jobs that target discoverable files and emails for attorney review.

    The speakers will address common questions related to:

    •When is a collection too targeted?
    •What are the advantages and disadvantages of completing eDiscovery collections in-house?
    •Are in-house collection defensible?
    •What security changes are required when using a network collection tool?

    PRESENTERS:
    Jonathan P. Rowe
    Founder and CEO, Pinpoint Labs

    Known by many as the father of Legal Access Ware (LAW) and LAW PreDiscovery; which were originally developed by Image Capture Engineering (ICE) and are widely used for production level scanning and electronic discovery processing. Jon was the co-founder, first developer, and Executive Vice President of ICE which was acquired by LexisNexis in 2007.

    Jon has designed and brought to market many applications for the litigation support market over the past 20 years. He is often asked to speak on the topics of computer forensics, collections, and E-Discovery at legal technology conferences.

    Shane M. Havick
    Vice President Sales and Marketing, Pinpoint Labs

    Shane Havick joined the Pinpoint Labs team in May of 2009 to head up the Sales and Marketing of their software division. Shane has been in litigation support since 1996. He has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of the paper and electronic discovery services including production, marketing and sales.

    Previously, Shane was the General Manager of Pro Copy (Des Moines location), a well-respected litigation support company with locations in both Omaha, NE and Des Moines, IA.
  • This webinar, sponsored by LexisNexis, will be a reprise of the third of three panel sessions at Legal Tech West Coast 2015.

    The series - "Bringing Everyday eDiscovery In-house": “Everyday eDiscovery” may sound benign, but with dockets comprised mainly of small to medium matters, staggering amounts and types of ESI cropping up even in routine cases, and each outside law firm approaching eDiscovery differently, seemingly everyday eDiscovery can create serious risks and enormous cost overruns.

    The speakers in this trio of webinars will they offer practical guidance on three sets of issues every organization considering bringing everyday eDiscovery in-house ought to address:

    * Whether to bring the work in-house or outsource it;
    * How to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house without disrupting business, or destroying internal and external relationships; and
    * How to outsource eDiscovery without losing control over quality and consistency.

    This webinar: For this webinar, "Outsourcing Everyday eDiscovery: Managed Services Providers Versus Outside Counsel," the speakers will focus on what to do once you have decided you want to outsource at least a portion of your everyday eDiscovery to someone else. Now you need to figure out who that will be and make sure it all works well for a price you can afford. Our panelists will enlighten you, discussing the key outsourcing options and exploring their pros and cons:

    * How you decide to whom your everyday eDiscovery work should go;
    * What factors to consider with establishing contractual relationships with outsourcers;
    * Ways to manage the outsourcing relationships and work; and
    * Practicing good information governance in an outsourcing structure.
  • This webinar, sponsored by LexisNexis, will be a reprise of the second of three panel sessions at Legal Tech West Coast 2015.

    The series - "Bringing Everyday eDiscovery In-house": “Everyday eDiscovery” may sound benign, but with dockets comprised mainly of small to medium matters, staggering amounts and types of ESI cropping up even in routine cases, and each outside law firm approaching eDiscovery differently, seemingly everyday eDiscovery can create serious risks and enormous cost overruns.

    The speakers in this trio of webinars will they offer practical guidance on three sets of issues every organization considering bringing everyday eDiscovery in-house ought to address:

    * Whether to bring the work in-house or outsource it;
    * How to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house without disrupting business, or destroying internal and external relationships; and
    * How to outsource eDiscovery without losing control over quality and consistency.

    This webinar: For this webinar, "Practical Pointers for Bringing Everyday eDiscovery Into Your Organization," the speakers will focus on what to do once you have decided you want to bring at least a portion of your everyday eDiscovery in-house.

    You’ve decided to bring your everyday eDiscovery in-house. Now comes the hard part: execution. Our panelists will frame the issues, of course, but they also will deliver a plethora of practical pointers on how to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house in ways that are affordable and achievable:

    * How to develop and implement processes that are well-defined, can be repeated and become routine, and can best tested for quality control and quality assurance;
    * How to find, develop and support the people who will run and manage the processes; and
    * How to choose and implement appropriate technologies those people can use to run those processes.
  • X1 Social Discovery is the only investigative solution for eDiscovery, compliance and computer forensics professionals to effectively address social media content, website collection, webmail, and YouTube video capture, in one single interface. Version 4.4 of X1 Social Discovery now includes automated email alerts for social media, geostream and website collections; supports search and data collection from Tumblr; and includes a newly designed Facebook engine allowing investigators to access more comprehensive collection of data than was previously available; and more. See Version 4.4 in action in this 30 min product tour with live Q&A. Register now!
  • The rise in e-commerce data breaches over the past year raises important questions: Why is cardholder data such a big target, how do the bad guys get in and why are we seemingly powerless to stop them?

    This session will examine the black market for card data, the three most common attack vectors, and the wrong way to encrypt databases.

    You will see real-world examples of malware discovered during investigations and gain insights into the skill sets of each attacker.
  • This webinar, sponsored by LexisNexis, will be a reprise of the first of three panel sessions at Legal Tech West Coast 2015.

    The series - "Bringing Everyday eDiscovery In-house": “Everyday eDiscovery” may sound benign, but with dockets comprised mainly of small to medium matters, staggering amounts and types of ESI cropping up even in routine cases, and each outside law firm approaching eDiscovery differently, seemingly everyday eDiscovery can create serious risks and enormous cost overruns.

    The speakers in this trio of webinars will they offer practical guidance on three sets of issues every organization considering bringing everyday eDiscovery in-house ought to address:

    * Whether to bring the work in-house or outsource it;
    * How to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house without disrupting business, or destroying internal and external relationships; and
    * How to outsource eDiscovery without losing control over quality and consistency.

    This webinar: For this webinar, "Everyday eDiscovery: Bringing It In-House or Outsourcing It," the speakers will focus on how to make the decision about whether to bring eDiscovery in house, outsource it, or change nothing.

    It is not easy deciding whether to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house, outsource it, or change nothing. With every organization starting from a different point and with many possible outcomes, this decision-making process can seem overwhelmingly complicated. Join our panelists as they discuss:

    * How to determine where your everyday eDiscovery stands today: Who does it, what they do, and how they do it;
    * How to define where you want to be at the end of the process: what people, what processes, what technology;
    * How to gather the information needed to make an informed decision; and
    * How to arrive at an actionable decision on whether to bring everyday eDiscovery in-house or to outsource it.
  • Social media is now a very public extension of an individual’s life, both personally and professionally. According to a recent survey, people spend more time on social media than any other Internet activity, including email. As a result, it’s not surprising to hear that hundreds of thousands of legal cases addressed social media in 2014. The use of social media for business purposes has exploded. Therefore, it is incumbent on attorneys, and consultants, to understand and address social media evidence as a standard practice in every type of litigation and investigation matter.

    Join us for a complimentary 1 hour webinar to hear from our esteemed panel of experts on the importance of social media discovery and a legal practitioner’s guide to handling this rapidly increasing mass of critical data in their investigations.

    This webinar will cover:
    • Key challenges and best practices for social media discovery from leading social media networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn
    • Recent case law where evidence from social networking sites played a significant role
    • Relevant case studies and real-world experiences from your peers in dealing with social media data
    •A demonstration of X1 Social Discovery™, the industry leading investigative solution specifically designed for legal practitioners and forensic professionals
    • Best practices on how to incorporate a defensible investigative platform into your eDiscovery workflow to collect, search, preserve and manage social media evidence
  • Join us on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free live EDRM Webinar, "Using Ringtail to Manage Rolling Matters," sponsored by FTI Consulting.

    One of the most challenging aspects of e-discovery is the “rolling” nature of data collection and processing and its impact on document review. Often teams finish ingesting and coding one data set only to have to start all over again when a new collection comes in the door. Compounded by tight production deadlines, these piecemeal data sets can make legal teams feel like they are waking up to Groundhog Day all over again. It’s crucial to have tools and processes that support automation and replication within rolling matter workflows in order to save time and reduce cost. In this webinar we will show you how the new Ringtail platform allows you to automate the introduction of new data, use data snapshots to set strategy and manage review assignments, leverage previous coding decisions and take advantage of concept clustering to make short work of rolling additions. During this webinar attendees will learn:

    * How Ringtail’s new automated processing module makes ingestion easy, fast and repeatable
    * How e-mail threading adds efficiency during a rolling matter
    * How to use concept clustering and analytics to intelligently combine new document sets with previous
    * How to perform visual QA to quickly identify problems
    * How to re-use processing settings and coding decisions

    Presenter:

    * JR Jenkins, Senior Director, FTI Consulting
    * Rith Kem, Managing Director, FTI Technology

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM

    This is the third in a series of three webinars sponsored by FTI Consulting
  • Join us on June 3 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free EDRM webinar, "eMSAT-1: Completing the Assessment."

    This webinar is the fourth in a series of five practical sessions by the creators of the eMSAT-1. This webinar covers key aspects of completing the eMSAT-1 spreadsheet: understanding the spreadsheet's sections; methodologies for completion; quality control; and deliverables.

    Speakers:

    * Tiana Van Dyk, Litigation Support Manager at Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP
    * Evan Benjamin, EDiscovery Consultant, Protiviti/Robert Half Legal
    * Matthew Knouff, eDiscovery Counsel, Complete Discovery Source
    * Brett Livingood, eDiscovery Consultant, Robert Half Legal eDiscovery Services

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, Co-founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-founder, EDRM
  • Join us on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free live EDRM Webinar, "Using Ringtail’s Visual Analytics on Small to Midsized Matters," sponsored by FTI Consulting.

    What does ‘big data’ mean to you? For some legal teams, 100,000 documents is a big data challenge. For others, the panic sets in at 5,000. No matter what the numbers, legal teams of all sizes and sophistication levels can be faster and more efficient at taming ‘big data’ when they use new ways to break that data into small and easy to review chunks. In this webinar, you’ll see how Ringtail’s simple to learn and use visual analytics can improve your strategy on 100k, 50k and even 5k (and fewer!) document cases. From automatically separating documents into thematic groups to finding hot facts and key custodian conversations fast to supporting the quick analysis of like document families, Ringtail’s analytics make tasks that used to take a week, take an hour. If you’ve been thinking analytics – and Ringtail – is only for large, complicated matters, think again! During this webinar we will show:

    * How Ringtail’s Document Mapper shows 5,000 thematically grouped documents at a glance
    * How automatic concept clustering makes review faster
    * How to find documents that keyword search based platforms will not find
    * How search term hit highlighting and search term families save time and money
    * How to code multiple documents at the same time
    * How to use analytics to prepare for depositions and trial proceedings

    Presenters:

    * JR Jenkins, Senior Director, FTI Consulting
    * Caitlin Murphy, Senior Director Marketing, FTI Consulting

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM

    This is the second in a series of three webinars sponsored by FTI Consulting
  • Join us on Thursday, April 23, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free live EDRM Webinar, "Using Ringtail to Modernize Keyword Search," sponsored by FTI Consulting.

    We use keywords in every aspect of our digital lives - from googling an obscure fact to sifting through Outlook for that email we sent last week, but in e-discovery keywords can seem like the past rather than the future. However in practice, virtually all legal teams still use matter-specific search terms during many case phases. And while most teams know how to do basic searching, many are not getting the most out of their keywords. In this Webinar we will examine how teams can use Ringtail's unique visual approach to e-discovery to dramatically improve the effectiveness of keyword search - improving quality, performance, and increasing early understanding of key case themes and documents. During the webinar you will learn:

    * How to build a strong starter set of keywords when data volumes are large
    * How Ringtail's Document Mapper eliminates the problem of “near misses” when searching
    * Why concept clustering and keyword search are natural partners
    * How to analyze the opposing parties' keyword search terms rapidly
    * Why statistically improbable terms are important during investigations
    * How Ringtail allows entire teams to collaborate with keyword search

    Presenters:

    * JR Jenkins, Senior Director, FTI Consulting
    * Jason Ray, Managing Director of Technology Consulting, FTI Consulting

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM

    This is the first in a series of three webinars sponsored by FTI Consulting:

    * Using Ringtail to Modernize Keyword Search
    * Using Ringtail to Leverage Visual Analytics in Small to Midsized Matters
    * Using Ringtail to Manage Rolling Matters Efficiently & Cost-Effectively
  • EDRM Webinar Sponsored by Zapproved

    Digital data has moved and is continuing to move to the cloud. Individuals, businesses, and corporations find cloud sourcing to be a compelling value proposition. How can counsel manage not only traditional office documents now created, hosted and shared in the cloud but social media and social communications. Google has not integrated social messaging and video messaging into its basic suite of business productions. How can this digital information be requested, delivered and analyzed? The questions for E-Discovery are how can information be easily harvested from cloud locations and reviewed seamlessly.

    Our expert panel will take you through the nuts and bolts of cloud E-Discovery with practical examples and demonstrations.

    Speakers:
    * Ian Campbell, President & CEO, iCONECT Development, LLC
    * Jason A. Pill, Associate, Phelps Dunbar LLP
    * Andrew Wilson, CEO, Logikcull

    Moderators:
    * George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-Founder, EDRM
  • Everything you do is case driven, deadlines are everything and end user experience with data whether it’s uploading or analyzing is critical. All of these things mean the business value of data is in constant flux, but data storage treat all data equally forcing you to choose between staying in budget or meeting end user service level expectations. Join Chris McCall, SVP Marketing of NexGen Storage to discuss new value-driven data management capabilities designed to help Legal Service IT providers deliver a best-in-class end user experience.
  • Join us on Wednesday, February 18 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free EDRM webinar, "Cross Border Issues in eDiscovery," sponsored by UBIC.

    For any organization dealing with litigation that spans international boundaries, cross border issues can make eDiscovery an even more challenging concern. Our speakers will help you better understand the issues you may face, processes you can use to address those issues, and tactics and strategies to help reduce the risks and costs associated with cross-border eDiscovery.

    Speakers:

    * Brian Corbin, Vice President, Discovery Program Manager, Legal Discovery Management, Hogan Lovells International LLP, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
    * Matthew Davis, Litigation Support Lawyer, Hogan Lovells International LLP
    * Paul Starrett, General Counsel, UBIC

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, EDRM
  • Join us on February 11 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Central when we present the free EDRM webinar, "Assembling the Team to Complete the eMSAT."

    This webinar is the third in a series of four practical sessions in which the creators of the eMSAT-1 will work together with participants as they undertake their own self-assessment.

    Speakers:

    * Tiana Van Dyk, Litigation Support Manager at Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP
    * Brett Livingood, eDiscovery Consultant, Robert Half Legal eDiscovery Services

    Moderators:

    * George Socha, Co-founder, EDRM
    * Tom Gelbmann, Co-founder, EDRM
  • Discover what attorneys and litigation support managers are high-fiving about. They’re excited about Thomson Reuters’ new, and dare to say revolutionary ediscovery platform: eDiscovery Point. A new ediscovery platform that allows users simultaneously upload and process data; access that data within minutes; achieve accurate search results within seconds of performing a complex search query; as well as several other time and costs saving functionalities like advanced data analysis and predictive coding. Attend this webinar to see how eDiscovery Point will make ediscovery easier for you.

    Speakers:
    * Keith Schrodt, JD, MBA; Marketing Manager, Legal Managed Solutions; Thomson Reuters
    * James Jarvis; Vice President, Product & Partner Management; Thomson Reuters

    Moderator: George Socha