EDRM webinar, “A Practical Approach to Your in-house eDiscovery Collections”

Presented by

Jonathan P. Rowe, Shane M. Havick, George Socha, Tom Gelbmann

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This webinar will include a demonstration of how internal corporate IT managers, security professionals, or litigation support personnel can create in-house E-Discovery collections using Pinpoint Labs Harvester software. Learn how to design an automated self-collection kit for remote custodians, or deploy Enterprise wide stealth jobs that target discoverable files and emails for attorney review. The speakers will address common questions related to: •When is a collection too targeted? •What are the advantages and disadvantages of completing eDiscovery collections in-house? •Are in-house collection defensible? •What security changes are required when using a network collection tool? PRESENTERS: Jonathan P. Rowe Founder and CEO, Pinpoint Labs Known by many as the father of Legal Access Ware (LAW) and LAW PreDiscovery; which were originally developed by Image Capture Engineering (ICE) and are widely used for production level scanning and electronic discovery processing. Jon was the co-founder, first developer, and Executive Vice President of ICE which was acquired by LexisNexis in 2007. Jon has designed and brought to market many applications for the litigation support market over the past 20 years. He is often asked to speak on the topics of computer forensics, collections, and E-Discovery at legal technology conferences. Shane M. Havick Vice President Sales and Marketing, Pinpoint Labs Shane Havick joined the Pinpoint Labs team in May of 2009 to head up the Sales and Marketing of their software division. Shane has been in litigation support since 1996. He has been responsible for overseeing all aspects of the paper and electronic discovery services including production, marketing and sales. Previously, Shane was the General Manager of Pro Copy (Des Moines location), a well-respected litigation support company with locations in both Omaha, NE and Des Moines, IA.

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