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The State of E-Discovery 2019

Take a comprehensive look back at the last year in e-discovery and learn best practices for managing e-discovery processes in an effective and efficient manner throughout your legal department.

Register for this webcast and learn:

- E-Discovery spend trends and how legal teams are trying to manage e-discovery spend

- How legal departments are trying to be more efficient and improve their processes

- How to maintain e-discovery defensibility in a converging legal world between litigation, compliance and regulatory areas of practice
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US Judge Michelle Childs (District of S.C.), Deana Uhl (FTI Technology), Nishad Shevde (Exterro)
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  • E-Discovery in the News: The Top E-Discovery Storylines from 2019 Dec 5 2019 12:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Joe Patrice (Above the Law), Zach Warren (LegalTech News), Eleanor Tyler (Bloomberg Law)
    In this upcoming webcast, hear from three legal journalists who will provide insight into the role e-discovery played in the major news stories from 2019.
  • Advanced Legal Hold Tips: Taking Your Preservation Process to the Next Level Dec 4 2019 10:45 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tanya Cohen (University of Colorado), Gary Soliman (State Compensation Insurance Fund), David Rohde (Epiq)
    In this upcoming webcast learn how legal professionals are leveraging new techniques and technology to automate, scope and track preservation activities, empowering them to know more sooner and reduce e-discovery expenditures.

    Register for this webcast and get:

    - Tips from legal professionals like yourself on how to update and streamline legal hold/preservation activities

    - Examples of how legal departments have implemented legal hold/preservation improvements

    - Insight on what new legal hold technology is available in the market
  • Advice for Advancing Your Career with E-Discovery Expertise Dec 4 2019 9:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Christa Haskins (Becton Dickinson), Leonid Balaban (University of Colorado), Tara Jones (Verizon Media)
    Want to separate yourself from your peers in the legal community? Learn from three legal professionals on how they have made a career out of e-discovery.

    In this upcoming webcast, learn...

    - How to take your e-discovery acumen to the next level with insights from legal/e-discovery professionals

    - What e-discovery topics/skills you should be learning more about

    - How to get involved and network with e-discovery groups and associations to find your next career opportunity
  • How Does Your Organization's E-Discovery Processes Measure Up? Dec 4 2019 8:15 pm UTC 60 mins
    Mary Mack (EDRM), Tiana Van Dyk (Epiq), Nicole LeBeau (Ankura)
    Over 300 in-house legal professionals have taken the Exterro and EDRM/Duke Law's E-Discovery Maturity Quiz (20 question self assessment). After analyzing the results, we are excited to share insights around the e-discovery maturity of organizations in a variety of industries and sizes.
  • In-House Legal Leaders Discuss Effectively Reducing E-Discovery Costs Dec 4 2019 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Linda Luperchio (The Hanover Insurance Group), David Yerich (UnitedHealth Group), Brad Blickstein (Blickstein Group)
    In this upcoming webcast, our panel of in-house legal experts will discuss results from a recent legal spend study and provide specific insights into the e-discovery spend management techniques they've already employed to reduce legal spend, empowering you to use these same techniques within your own legal department.

    Register for this webcast and learn:

    - The most popular methods for tracking legal spend

    - The biggest impediments to predicting legal spend

    - The most effective methods of controlling spend internally and externally
  • Judicial Advice for Improving Your E-Discovery Practices Dec 4 2019 5:45 pm UTC 60 mins
    Judge Charmaine Claxton (W.D. Tenn,), Judge Xavier Rodriguex (W.D. Tex.), Judge Ron Hedges (Ret.) (D.N.J.)
    With over 250 federal judges participating, nearly 25% of the federal judiciary, this year's federal judges survey sheds deeper insight on the bench's thoughts on e-discovery practices.

    Register for this webcast and hear from three federal judges on how they interpret these results, including:

    - Best practices for maintaining e-discovery defensibility without sacrificing efficiency

    - The most common areas where e-discovery mistakes are made

    - Why you should have higher expectations for outside counsel regarding e-discovery expertise
  • The State of E-Discovery 2019 Dec 4 2019 4:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    US Judge Michelle Childs (District of S.C.), Deana Uhl (FTI Technology), Nishad Shevde (Exterro)
    Take a comprehensive look back at the last year in e-discovery and learn best practices for managing e-discovery processes in an effective and efficient manner throughout your legal department.

    Register for this webcast and learn:

    - E-Discovery spend trends and how legal teams are trying to manage e-discovery spend

    - How legal departments are trying to be more efficient and improve their processes

    - How to maintain e-discovery defensibility in a converging legal world between litigation, compliance and regulatory areas of practice
  • The Convergence of E-Discovery & Privacy: Why Legal Leaders Must Take Notice Dec 4 2019 3:15 pm UTC 60 mins
    Jennifer Hamilton (Sr./Global E-Discovery Counsel at John Deere), Scott Thayer (CLO at Dawn Food Products)
    As high-profile cases and ever-increasing regulations highlight, we are entering a new age of dealing with data that’s causing legal departments to rethink everything – from how they collect data to storage, retention, access, disposal, and more. Legal leaders aren't standing still. They are taking a new comprehensive approach for managing corporate data to ensure their legal departments, including e-discovery and privacy, are defensible but yet efficient.

    In this upcoming webcast, hear leaders in the legal field discuss how to create a holistic framework for effectively managing data in the midst of new privacy and e-discovery requirements.

    Register for this webcast and get:

    - Expert insight about how the way legal manages data is changing

    - Tips for managing data across legal departments (privacy, e-discovery)

    - Best practices for creating universal strategies that will streamline e-discovery and privacy requirements
  • Must Have E-Discovery Technology for Attorneys Dec 4 2019 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Geoffrey Klingsporn (Sr. Assistant Attorney, City & County of Denver), David Cohen (Partner, Reed Smith)
    Most attorneys don’t enter the legal field expecting that evaluating, purchasing, and implementing e-discovery software would be part of their job. However, for in-house legal teams, e-discovery software is a necessity, especially considering the time and cost savings it can provide. You need to know what features will yield real returns, and which ones are window dressing. In this webcast, three e-discovery experts will discuss technology “must-haves” for attorneys.

    Register for this webcast and learn:

    - What to consider when evaluating your e-discovery software needs

    - Which features e-discovery software must have in order to solve the challenges you are facing

    - Practical tips for implementing e-discovery software in your workplace
Celebrating e-discovery's vital role in the legal process.
Join legal and IT professionals for one day, Dec. 4, dedicated to interactive panel discussions and webinar presentations on e-discovery.

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  • Live at: Dec 4 2019 4:30 pm
  • Presented by: US Judge Michelle Childs (District of S.C.), Deana Uhl (FTI Technology), Nishad Shevde (Exterro)
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