Mark MacDonald, Barry Schwartz, Karen Hourigan Esq., Makenzie Windfelder, and Ellen Kuplic
No matter what sport you’re playing, you need a playbook – and litigation preparedness is no different. Regardless of your industry, your organization needs a comprehensive, ‘living’ plan for managing the many roles, responsibilities, processes, procedures, systems, and data tied to a legal event. This includes responding to subpoenas or investigations and initiating or defending lawsuits.
2022 has been an exceptionally active year in eDiscovery case law. Without a playbook, as recent headline-grabbing outcomes have shown, litigation management is a dream that can quickly become a nightmare for the parties and their counsel. With an eDiscovery playbook, however, you will streamline processes, create repeatable and defensible workflows, and significantly reduce legal risks and spend. You'll also sleep better at night.
In this webinar, we'll cover:
+ Why you need an eDiscovery playbook
+ Where to begin, and who is involved
+ How to budget for an eDiscovery playbook
+ Now that you have your playbook, what’s next?
Expert Panelists include:
+ Karen Hourigan, Esq., Experienced Litigator, eDiscovery and Information Governance
+ Ellen Kuplic, COO, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC
+ Makenzie Windfelder, Partner, McCarter & English
+ Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS, SVP, Advisory Services, BIA
+ Mark MacDonald, CEDS, SVP of Business Development, BIA