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  • 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
  • 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.

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