Technology-Assisted Investigation: 5 Lessons from Hillary Clinton's FOIA Release

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Adam Kuhn, Director of Product Marketing, OpenText Discovery; Dera Nevin, Lawyer and Legal Technologist

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You don’t need a security clearance to read these emails and the lessons learned will help you prepare for successful investigations and eDiscovery. Get hands-on with specific, practical guidance to address your next investigation whether it involves a single device or terabytes of data. This session will walk through some of the top challenges facing lawyers tasked with analyzing troves of digital data and bring it all together with a live, mock investigation using Hillary Clinton’s public FOIA release. Topics will include: - Crafting modern policies that address contemporary challenges around InfoGov, BYOD, and shadow IT - Collecting and analyzing digital evidence from routine emails to new sources like voice, video, and chat - Understanding how communication maps, metadata visualization, and other advanced analytics like phrase analysis surface key evidence - Leveraging AI to automatically organize documents, find keywords, and automate the heavy lift of document review This webinar features expert attorneys from law firms and legal technology software developers who will share their best practices, war stories, and lessons learned from conducting technology-assisted investigations. If you’ve ever wondered how many lawyers it takes to analyze an email server (or how to do it with less) this session is for you.

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