Gotcha! How Things Can Go Wrong in eDiscovery Projects and How to Fix Them

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Vazantha Meyers and Todd Haley

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As the volume, velocity, and variety of data continues to increase, accelerate, and expand, the potential that things can go wrong in complex eDiscovery projects is on the rise. To avoid the "gotchas" that can accompany increasingly complex projects, systematic and defensible processes need to be proactively developed to mitigate risks, and creative solutions must be implemented quickly when "gotchas" occur. In this expert-led presentation, eDiscovery and legal document review authorities will present practical solutions to help legal, IT, and business professionals avoid the "gotchas" through reliable project management approaches and creative issue resolution methods. Using a combination of real-world case studies and examples, presenters will share workable solutions to help prevent eDiscovery issues. Webcast Highlights + The Stages of eDiscovery: Some "Gotchas" at Each Stage + Practical Principles: Creating a Proactive Environment for Mitigating Risks + Developing Standard Operating Procedures and Quick Reference Guides: Standardizing Proper Avoidance and Resolution Approaches + Case Studies: How Have "Gotchas" Been Avoided or Corrected in Real Matters Presenting Experts + 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. + Todd Haley As Executive Vice President and General Manager for eDiscovery Operations for HaystackID, Todd provides consulting and operational guidance to help legal departments and law firms address matters related to the planning, management, and execution of eDiscovery.
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