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MASTER CLASS: How to Create a Work From Home Virtual Culture

As companies, law firms, and service providers in eDiscovery, cybersecurity, and privacy recalibrate their work force in response to the unprecedented Covid-19 crisis to accommodate remote working-from-home, many hiring managers have an opportunity to experience first-hand the benefits (and challenges) of managing and hiring remote human capital. Celebrating his organizations 10th anniversary this year, TRU Staffing Partners founder and CEO, Jared Coseglia, has built and operated an entirely virtual staff spread across multiple continents; additionally, over two-thirds of TRU’s contract talent workforce who directly service their clients operate remotely. Coseglia will answer your questions and share his experiences building processes, deploying technology, and shaping culture to sustain and enrich company success, employee retention and job satisfaction. Topics will include: choosing webcam culture vs phone culture; technology choices and imperatives for virtual communication and staff accountability; the necessity of good data stewardship; creating a dedicated workspace; hiring virtually, and more! If you are a manager of people transitioning to virtual employment for the first time or someone working remotely who wants to elevate the work from home culture, this webinar will help guide your transition, shape your thought process, and improve your team productivity and cohesion working virtually from home.
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    Hon. Frank Maas
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    JAMS, Inc.
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    Hon. Ira B. Warshawsky
    Of Counsel
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    Hon. Kristen L. Mix
    Magistrate Judge
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    Research Professor
    University of Waterloo
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    Of Counsel
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    Ian Campbell, Mike Fedorowski and Josh Gilliland
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    Joshua Gilliland - Twitter: @bowtielaw Josh@bowtielaw.com

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    Doug Austin, Tom O'Connor & Mary Mack
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    Doug Austin, Editor, eDiscovery Today
    Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist, EDRM
    Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Legal Technology Center
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    Deanna Blomquist, Ryan Zilm, Charisse Fletcher & Dan Nichols
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    Speakers:
    Deanna Blomquist
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    Company: Dish Network

    Charisse Fletcher
    JPMorgan Chase
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    Ryan M. Zilm
    Title: Director of Information Lifecycle Management
    Company: USAA
    Moderator:
    Dan Nichols
    Title: Partner
    Company: Redgrave, LLP
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    John Martin (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Travis Bustamante (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Mallory Acheson
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    Speakers: John Martin (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Travis Bustamante (Partner, Nelson Mullins Encompass), Mallory Acheson (Head of Analytics, Nelson Mullins Encompass)
  • “Collecting & Preserving Websites and Social Media — The DIY Way” Recorded: Jul 9 2020 62 mins
    Brett Burney, Principal, Burney Consultants and Jesse Ward, Customer Success Manager, Pagefreezer
    Screenshots aren’t enough — DIY website & social media collections:

    Many legal professionals still resort to static images (screenshots and simple PDFs) as a way of collecting and preserving website and social media evidence. While this is sometimes good enough to be submitted as evidence, it invites questions around authenticity from opposing counsel.

    A far better idea is to adopt a solution that allows for easy evidence collection and not only does away with manual and frustrating screen-shotting, but also includes all associated metadata, and furnishes evidence with an authenticating hash value.

    Register for this webinar to learn more about:
    - The legal requirements for authentication of website and social media evidence
    - The challenges and risks of manual collection through static images
    - The importance of hash values and metadata
    - More effective and efficient alternatives for DIY evidence collection

    Speakers:
    Brett Burney, Principal, Burney Consultants
    Jesse Ward, Customer Success Manager, Pagefreezer
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