New webcast on ediscovery issues in investigations
Exterro Inc’s newest webcast will address ediscovery concerns beyond litigation. Called Litigation, Investigations and Regulations, Oh My! and featuring ediscovery experts Patrick Oot, co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Institute, and Jennifer Feldman of DLA Piper, the webcast will air on Thursday 7th June. The presenters will explore ways in which organizations can mitigate risks and reduce costs when responding to ediscovery requests in the wake of high-profile investigations.
According to a recent survey by Fulbright & Jaworski, 37 percent of corporate respondents reported an increase in investigations over the past three years. Combined with high litigation volumes and evolving regulations, corporations are coming to realize they need more efficient processes to meet document production requests while maintaining defensibility and privilege in related matters. This webcast will examine the e-discovery issues and offer guidance for the following:
Implementing protocols to ensure all requested electronically stored information (ESI) is identified and preserved in an efficient and defensible manner Mitigating risks and privacy issues when compelled to produce ESI stored within the Cloud and in foreign jurisdictions Leveraging technology to mitigate risks and costs associated with identifying, culling, analyzing and producing ESI Registration
Registration for this complimentary webcast, airing on June 7th at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, is available on Exterro’s website at www.exterro.com/events-and-webcasts Bob Rohlf, Exterro’s ediscovery counsel, will moderate the webcast.