With laws governing employment practices becoming ever more tangled with globalization and the advent of social media, it’s important to have access to resources that keep you up-to-date. These regulations, known as labour law, labor law or employment law, dictate legal obligations between employers and employees. The thousands of professionals in the BrightTALK employment law community are exchanging information about employment contract law and employment law advice with webinars and videos. Join them for free employment law webinars and attend live presentations to have your questions answered by industry experts.
Laureen Kautt & Mary MackRecorded: Aug 6 202061 mins
LegalTech Recruiter Laureen Kautt is joined by EDRM's CEO Mary Mack introducing the first in a series of workshops designed to help the global community seeking employment in a pandemic. New tools and a shift in mindset are needed to navigate the changing currents.
Jared Coseglia, Mary Mack & Kaylee WalstadRecorded: Aug 4 202064 mins
TRU Founder and CEO Jared Coseglia sits down with EDRM's Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad to deliver an update on where the e-discovery, cybersecurity, and privacy job markets are today as they adapt to the ongoing pandemic while keeping up with the ever-evolving legal tech landscape. Jared will break down where the hiring is now and where it will be later in Q3 and into Q4, how legal tech pros can leverage certification and training to stay at the forefront of the industry in response to new questions about data management and protection, and the larger trends that will define the rest of 2020
Mallory Acheson – Head of Analytics & Lucie Cohen – Partner Nelson MullinsRecorded: Jul 29 202055 mins
On trend with the recent uptick in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal industry and the rise in privacy concerns, we will address ethical duties surrounding the use of AI, specifically for identifying personal information within a dataset. The legal-tech community has seen a rise in technologies designed to not only identify PHI and PII within a data set, but claiming to have the capability to automatically redact, pseudonymize, and even create notification lists for data breaches. While these technologies offer significant efficiencies and cost savings, they raise questions regarding how much knowledge, supervision, and reliance may be given, implicating multiple ethical considerations, including MRCP Rule 1.1 regarding attorney competence (specifically comment 8 on knowledge of risks and benefits with technology), Rule 1.6 surrounding confidentiality requirements, Rule 5.1 regarding attorney duties of supervision, and ABA and other state ethics issued guidelines.
Ian Campbell, Mike Fedorowski and Josh GillilandRecorded: Jul 28 202061 mins
"Redefining the Art & Science of Manual Review
6 ways to optimize efficiency in a remote world"
Join us for a webinar focusing on the manual review feature ‘OVERSIGHT” in iCONECT’s new v10 eDiscovery platform.
An AI-based quality control software that can be applied to any review, in-process or new, without changing or disrupting your current workflow.
Ideal for teams that use it for quality control for linear review, to identify and correct review.
Featuring Ian Campbell, CEO of iCONECT, Mike Fedorowski, Senior Manager of Business Development at iCONECT and Josh Gilliland.
Joshua Gilliland is a California attorney creator of the eDiscovery blog Bow Tie Law and has presented at over 400 eDiscovery seminars and webinars. Josh is co-creator of The Legal Geeks blog and podcast, which has made the ABA Journal as one of the top 100 blogs for lawyers from 2013 to 2018. Josh grew up in Silicon Valley and is a graduate of UC Davis with a degree in Political Science and earned his law degree from McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific. Josh enjoys organizing panels and mock trials at comic conventions, photography, and volunteering in Scouting.
Robert Keeling, Partner and Ray Mangum, Sr Litigation Associate of Sidley AustinRecorded: Jul 23 202060 mins
Addressing Privacy Concerns in eDiscovery Under the Existing Proportionality Framework
Robert Keeling, Partner and Ray Mangum, Sr Litigation Associate of Sidley Austin point to an emerging consensus of courts and commentators that privacy may—indeed, should—be considered as part of the proportionality analysis required under Rule 26(b)(1). Drawing from their recently published article, The Burden of Privacy, Robert and Ray offer some practical tips for litigators and eDiscovery professionals to consider as a consequence.
Doug Austin, Tom O'Connor & Mary MackRecorded: Jul 22 202063 mins
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped the flow of important and impactful eDiscovery and data privacy related case law decisions! Our inaugural monthly webinar of cases covered by the eDiscovery Today blog discusses key cases related to potential sanctions for spoliation of electronically stored information (ESI), as well as key cases related to data privacy and rights of litigants in civil and criminal cases.
Join Doug Austin, Editor of eDiscovery Today, Mary Mack, CEO of EDRM and Tom O’Connor, Director of Gulf Legal Technology Center as they discuss important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery in the future. Topics to be addressed include:
+ How GDPR can affect your personal social media posts
+ Fourth Amendment protection of mobile device examination by law enforcement
+ GDPR protection for litigants in responding to discovery requests
+ Discretion of courts to impose sanctions for spoliation of ESI
+ Whether form of production and spoliation sanctions can interrelate
+ How a court order can impact imposition of spoliation sanctions
Doug Austin, Editor, eDiscovery Today
Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist, EDRM
Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Legal Technology Center
Deanna Blomquist, Ryan Zilm, Charisse Fletcher & Dan NicholsRecorded: Jul 21 202061 mins
Understanding all of the systems being used across your company has been a growing challenge for many years, with many companies just starting to get a handle managing a data map of all the applications that are in use. Now, in light of the "new normal" of distributed teams, it's time to reassess. Did you have to add virtual access systems for sensitive on premises data? What collaboration and conferencing tools have had to be added? We'll discuss this and areas you may not have yet considered with an eye toward information governance best practices and regulatory compliance.
John Martin (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Travis Bustamante (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Mallory AchesonRecorded: Jul 14 202060 mins
The COVID pandemic has affected all aspects of our lives, both at home and at work, and this is true for e-discovery as well. This session will present different e-discovery challenges facing companies with remote work in 2020, including issues relating to rapid deployment, information governance, preservation, collection, and security, and provide suggestions for how attorneys and clients can navigate these e-discovery issues during these uncertain times.
Speakers: John Martin (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Travis Bustamante (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Mallory Acheson (Head of Analytics, Nelson Mullins Encompass)
Brett Burney, Principal, Burney Consultants and Jesse Ward, Customer Success Manager, PagefreezerRecorded: Jul 9 202062 mins
Screenshots aren’t enough — DIY website & social media collections:
Many legal professionals still resort to static images (screenshots and simple PDFs) as a way of collecting and preserving website and social media evidence. While this is sometimes good enough to be submitted as evidence, it invites questions around authenticity from opposing counsel.
A far better idea is to adopt a solution that allows for easy evidence collection and not only does away with manual and frustrating screen-shotting, but also includes all associated metadata, and furnishes evidence with an authenticating hash value.
Register for this webinar to learn more about:
- The legal requirements for authentication of website and social media evidence
- The challenges and risks of manual collection through static images
- The importance of hash values and metadata
- More effective and efficient alternatives for DIY evidence collection
Hon. Ron Hedges (ret.), Hon. James Francis IV (ret.), George Socha (moderator)Recorded: Jul 2 202069 mins
“Exploring Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations: Constitutional and “Practical” Concerns”
A Three part series presented by experts Hon. Ron Hedges (ret.), Senior Counsel, Dentons and Hon. James Francis IV (ret.), Arbitrator, Mediator at JAMS and moderated by George Socha, Managing Director, BDO.
Electronic information is all-pervasive. Inevitably, that information will be a feature of the investigation, prosecution, and defense of those accused of crimes. This three-part webinar will explore the constitutional and practical aspects of electronic information in the criminal context. Part One will examine the applicability of the Fourth Amendment. Part Two will look to circumstances under which the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination may be invoked when individuals are asked to unlock or decrypt devices such as cell phones. Part Three will consider “cooperation” between prosecution and defense as well as admissibility.
Sponsored by BDO
Hon. Ron Hedges (ret.), Hon. James Francis IV (ret.), George Socha (moderator)
Presenter :Hon. Ron Hedges (ret.), Hon. James Francis IV (ret.), George Socha (moderator)
Duration :60 min
Marc Zamsky, Mary Mack and Ryan Darby, Director of eDiscovery and Practice Technology at Schiff Hardin LLPRecorded: Jun 25 202025 mins
Marc Zamsky, COO, Compliance Discovery Solutions & Mary Mack, CEO, EDRM along with guest Ryan Darby, Director of eDiscovery and Practice Technology at Schiff Hardin LLP discuss challenges of adapting to new normal of remote workforce within the law firm environment.
Jeffrey Wolff, Corporate eDiscovery Director, ZyLABRecorded: Jun 23 202052 mins
Join ZyLAB’s Corporate eDiscovery Director, Jeffrey Wolff, for a tour of some of the latest cutting-edge new features being implemented in ZyLAB ONE. Legal Hold, Named Entity Analytics, Office 365 Cloud Collection, Machine Translation and Audio Transcription are among some of the highlights during this 45-minute presentation and live demonstration.
Manpower North America: Michael Stull, Senior VP | Melanie Maddux, Regional VP | Tom Gates, Client Portfolio DirectorRecorded: Jun 18 202061 mins
We're returning to business as unusual. And in such an unpredictable economy, how can leaders assess their workforce and make adjustments to weather the uncertainty? We'll tell you how.
Join us for this must-watch session for every employer. Our workforce experts will cover:
- Economic recovery models for the U.S.
- Steps to developing the smartest workforce strategy for your organization
- Considerations for workforce planning during a recession
- Guidance on when and how to bring people back to work safely and effectively
- Calculating the total cost of your workforce -- it's not what you may think.
ManpowerGroup is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRMSCPSM. This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org
Mike Sarlo, John Wilson, Vazantha Meyers, and Seth SchechtmanRecorded: Jun 17 202071 mins
Advances in remote eDiscovery technologies coupled with developments that are restricting the ability of organizations to support traditional onsite eDiscovery operations are accelerating the need for remote collections and remote legal document reviews. However, not all remote offerings are equal, and knowing how to evaluate and compare different offerings may mean the difference between positive outcomes and unacceptable results.
In this presentation, industry eDiscovery authorities will share remote eDiscovery insight and demonstrate how HaystackID's remote offerings may benefit eDiscovery professionals as they consider eDiscovery in our new remote world.
+ Defining Remote eDiscovery: Definitions, Differences, and Decisions
+ Considering Remote Collections: Targets, Tasks, and Technologies
+ Reviewing Remotely: From Reviewer Selection to Secure Technologies
+ Remote eDiscovery Best Practices: Practical Considerations and Recommendations
+ Michael Sarlo, EnCE, CBE, CCLO, RCA, CCPA - Michael is a Partner and Senior EVP of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics for HaystackID.
+ John Wilson, ACE, AME, CBE - As CISO and President of Forensics at HaystackID, John is a certified forensic examiner, licensed private investigator, and IT veteran with more than two decades of experience.
+ Vazantha Meyers, Esq. - As Vice President of Discovery Services for HaystackID, Vazantha has extensive experience in advising and helping customers achieve their legal document review objectives.
+ Seth Curt Schechtman, Esq. - As Senior Managing Director of Review Services for HaystackID, Seth has 15 years of industry and 13 years of big law experience focused on legal review.
Speaker: Michelle Ruch, Product Manager, ZDiscovery ZapprovedRecorded: Jun 16 202057 mins
There has been a great disturbance to the force. No, we aren’t quoting Star Wars, but we are talking about a shift to larger remote workforces stemming from Covid-19 considerations. As the line between work and home blurs, corporate legal teams may see a downturn in certain types of workplace-related matters, but we can all expect a new category of Covid-19 claims. The exact nature of those claims is still unfolding - and for now, legal teams are doing their best to plan for the unknowns coming down the pipeline.
The sea of uncertainties can feel overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be, because one thing remains certain: while the types of internal investigations may shift over the next several months, the process to defensibly manage an investigation remains the same.
This webcast will feature Zapproved’s Internal Investigations Playbook, including actionable steps and best practices. Join us on June 16th to learn more about:
•The role of technology
•Tools for reviewing documents
•Reporting the results
Michelle Ruch is part of the Product Management team at Zapproved. Her last five years at Zapproved have sparked a passion for technology and ediscovery; she works with key stakeholders to define value driving workflows for applications that fit enterprise requirements.
Virginia Weeks, Wolf Greenfield, Brandon Carney, Divergent LS and Mary Mack, EDRMRecorded: Jun 10 202065 mins
Unsure of how to choose your Language Service Provider (LSP) and what solutions are available? Join Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist at EDRM as she discusses with Virginia Weeks, IP Litigation Paralegal Manager, Wolf Greenfield and Brandon Carney, CEO of Divergent Language Solutions what the process should be in selecting an LSP.
Virginia and Brandon will share how to evaluate your LSP, the language solutions they can provide, and how and when to engage for maximum efficiency on your multilingual litigation matter.
Virginia Addison, Solutions Architect for Ricoh eDiscoveryRecorded: Jun 3 202026 mins
With the sudden but important transition to remote work, many eDiscovery professionals are struggling to find their footing in a way that will set them up for long-term success. They need secure access and the ability to control their workflows.
Enter Ricoh eDiscovery On Demand – a proprietary solution hosted in Ricoh’s industry leading cloud environment with 24/7 availability and access. In this webinar, we’ll walk through a few real-life remote work scenarios, and how eDiscovery On Demand can help.
Virginia Addison, Solutions Architect for Ricoh eDiscovery
Marc Zamsky, COO, Compliance Discovery Solutions and Mary Mack, CEO, Chief Legal Technologist, EDRMRecorded: May 28 202027 mins
“Reopening America: Is a New Era of Legal Practice Upon Us?”
Marc and Mary muse over the gradual reopening of America and what this means for law firms and businesses around the country. Starting from a bird’s eye view, Marc anticipates fundamental shifts in how law firms and corporations are preparing for the new normal, expected trends for certain areas of practice, the future of legal education, and more!
Jenny Hellberg, Rikke Falk Dambo, Claude A. Lenth, Seppo HaviaRecorded: May 28 202059 mins
The economic effects of the coronavirus are being felt by large numbers of companies across Europe, including all the Nordic countries, leading some companies to consider how well their businesses are shaped to meet future challenges. So, in this webinar, we take a detailed look at the rules around restructuring.
Ius Laboris lawyers participating are Jenny Hellberg of Elmzell Advokatbyrå AB, Rikke Falk Dambo of Norrbom Vinding, Claude A. Lenth of Advokatfirmaet Hjort DA and Seppo Havia of Dittmar & Indrenius.
Mary Mack, Brett Tarr, Michael Hamilton, Elizabeth EricksonRecorded: May 27 202062 mins
Due to COVID-19, there is a likely rise in litigation and a pending economic recession. In short, legal departments may be expected to do more with less, making it more important than ever for e-discovery leaders to re-evaluate e-discovery processes and identify opportunities for efficiency.
With over 600 submissions in Exterro and EDRM's E-Discovery Maturity Process Quiz, we are excited to share key trends and insights around the e-discovery maturity of organizations in a variety of industries and sizes.
Register for this upcoming webcast to improve your own e-discovery process during these uncertain times, including...
• Learn which e-discovery phases in-house teams are most and least mature in
• How organizations of different sizes and in different industries compare to each other
• Best practices for improving your legal department's e-discovery maturity and creating efficiencies
Irina Anyukhina, Darya Zhuk, Valeriya Savchuk, Yekaterina KhamidullinaRecorded: May 20 202056 mins
The coronavirus crisis is taking a financial toll on many companies, and governments are stepping in to support them and their employees. Find out about the practical realities of managing a workforce in the Eurasian countries in the current crisis and the latest government initiatives in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
Ius Laboris employment law firms participating in this webinar are: ALRUD (Russia), Vasil Kisil & Partners (Ukraine), COBALT (Belarus) and Aequitas (Kazakhstan).
Cody Gavalier and Tamara Barnes of UnitedLexRecorded: May 14 202038 mins
Corporate legal departments and law firms must maintain business continuity during these uncertain times as they respond to litigation and internal investigations in a cost-effective manner. With a recently transitioned shelter-in-place workforce, this webinar explores how to assemble scalable document review teams that perform quality work, provide visibility to counsel, identify cost-savings opportunities, and drive outcome-based solutions during the review process.
oCody Gavalier, Site Director – Global Litigation Services, UnitedLex, firstname.lastname@example.org
oTamara Barnes, Site Director – Global Litigation Services, UnitedLex, email@example.com
Sponsored by EDRM partner UnitedLex
Jeff Mokotoff, Sonia Regenbogen, José Carlos Wahle, Veronica Puerta BasalduaRecorded: May 14 202060 mins
Four Ius Laboris employment law firms from across the Americas provide their very different perspectives on what is happening in their countries right now and how employers can best manage their workforces in the circumstances.
Firms participating in this webinar are: FordHarrison (US), Mathews Dinsdale (Canada), Veirano Advogados (Brazil) and Funes de Rioja & Asociados (Argentina).
Shawn Gaines, VP of Marketing, Relativity and Mary Mack, CEO, EDRMRecorded: May 13 202031 mins
E-Discovery (and discovery for that matter) is a very complex facet of the legal world and fairly unknown to many non-legal minds. For nearly a decade, Shawn Gaines, VP Marketing at Relativity, has worked with his team to distill e-discovery into a digestible topic across the legal industry and beyond, and talk about the complex software that untangles heaps of data used by litigation professionals and lawyers around the world. The e-discovery community is a very tightknit group of industry leaders and professionals, and if you’re a part of the Relativity community, that sense of a closeness is only amplified. Throughout his time at Relativity, Shawn has learned the ins and out of how to best utilize the closeness among the e-discovery universe to empower his team to channel their creative energy to make our community even stronger and simply make e-discovery fun for all of us.
John Tredennick, Tom Gricks, Jeremy Pickens & Mary MackAug 12 20206:00 pmUTC60 mins
Your favorite TAR Talk boys, John Tredennick, Founder Director of Merlin Foundation and CEO of Merlin Digital Magic and Tom Gricks, Managing Director of Professional Services at OpenText are back with a new episode, and a new regular on the porch--Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Principal Data Scientist at OpenText. Join us (but keep your social distance) on our virtual rockers as we
talk about AI, Machine Learning, and the future of AI in legal.
Tune in live on July 30th at 2 pm ET or catch the recorded podcast at https://www.edrm.net/events-2/webinars/ or TARTalk.org.
Tara Jones, Brett Tarr, Tiana Van Dyk & Michael HamiltonAug 18 20205:00 pmUTC75 mins
FACT: The most expensive stage in e-discovery is document review, often accounting for 80% or more of total e-discovery costs.
Unfortunately though, many legal departments haven't seen their document review costs decline. Attempts often fail because they don't get to the root of the problem: too much data is preserved, collected and sent to outside entities.
In the third webcast in Exterro’s E-Discovery Masters Series, a panel of experts from Verizon Media, Ernst & Young and Epiq will discuss the best approaches for implementing Legal GRC protocols that create an efficient and cost effective e-discovery strategy.
Register for this upcoming webcast and learn:
- Practices for identifying responsive data at the earliest stages in the matter
- Why a Legal GRC strategy is a must have to streamline data requests that legal must manage
- How to update and modify your information governance and e-discovery preservation / collection processes to see immediate benefits
- Tara Jones, Legal Services Manager, Verizon Media (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tara-jones-mba-1aaaa43/)
- Brett Tarr, IG & Legal Operations, Ernst & Young (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttarr/)
- Tiana Van Dyk, Director of Client Solutions, Epiq (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tianavandyk/)
Maura Grossman, Hon. Ira Warshawsky, Hon. Frank Maas, Hon. Kristen L. MixAug 25 20205:00 pmUTC75 mins
In January 2019, the ABA published a new set of guidelines concerning the use of special masters. Despite their contribution to "just, speedy and inexpensive" resolution of issues, the use of special masters remains an underutilized form of dispute resolution. Join this all-star panel as they explore the pros and cons and share their thoughts on best practices to maximize benefits while mitigating the potential downsides.
Maura R. Grossman
University of Waterloo
Maura R. Grossman, J.D., Ph.D., is a Research Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo and an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, both in Ontario, Canada. She also is Principal at Maura Grossman Law, an eDiscovery law and consulting firm in Buffalo, N.Y.
Hon. Frank Maas
Judge Maas is a United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York.
Hon. Ira B. Warshawsky
Justice Ira B. Warshawsky, ret. is Of Counsel in the Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution practices at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. in Garden City, Long Island, N.Y.
Hon. Kristen L. Mix
U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
Kristen L. Mix graduated from Middlebury College, cum laude, with a degree in English. She obtained her J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law and practiced law in Denver until 2007, when she was appointed to the federal bench. Magistrate Judge Mix's expertise prior to her appointment was in labor and employment law. Magistrate Judge Mix serves on the Judicial Conference of the United States' Committee on the Administration of the Magistrate Judge System and on the United States District Court for the District of Colorado's Local Rules Committee.