Ediscovery Program Management:
From Vinyl to Virtual
May 24 | Noon – 1pm CT
Are you still doing ediscovery using 2005 technology and processes? Or, are you up-to-speed with 2017 ediscovery practices across the EDRM?
Whether 10 days or 10 years ago, you will never forget your very first ediscovery project. Even if process and procedure were missing or your own experience base was still unformed, ediscovery is not for novices. Both law firms and corporations can benefit from managing ediscovery as a program so that the organization gains from appropriate security levels, standardized processes and workflows, and cost predictability and control.
Join three ediscovery veterans for this webinar, focusing on discovery process formation, implementation, documentation and managed services at each step of the ERDM.
- Josh Zylbershlag, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
- Tom Barce, KrolLDiscovery
- Aaron Gardner, KrolLDiscovery
Josh Zylbershlag, Paul Weiss, is the Ediscovery Litigation Services Director at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. In this capacity he leads efforts to ensure the effective application of technology and case management in the ediscovery process. Prior to this role, he was the vice president of the Client Experience Team at Kroll Ontrack, heading Kroll Ontrack’s client services, operations innovation and service delivery. With over 18 years of legal technology and ediscovery experience, he has leveraged technology and process to manage ediscovery on numerous matters. He obtained his Master of Science degree in Information Systems Management from National University.
Tom Barce, KrolLDiscovery, is the Director of Consulting Services for KrolLDiscovery. Tom brings 20 years of experience in directing and managing information governance, ediscovery and litigation support initiatives. He has extensive experience in helping corporations and law firms manage their data-driven risks and objectives by effectively leveraging their important information; responding to complex ediscovery demands in numerous litigation and regulatory matters; selecting and implementing strategic technology; leveraging analytics and predictive coding; coordinating discovery in multi-party litigation; evaluating and overseeing third party service providers; and conducting large and complex data migrations from disparate systems. He has assisted clients across a wide variety of industries both domestically and internationally, including communications, energy, entertainment, financial services, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and technology. He is intimately familiar with all phases of the information governance and ediscovery lifecycles from content creation, use and storage, records retention and disposition, and identification of potentially relevant data; through data collection, analysis, processing, review, quality control and production. Prior to joining KrolLDiscovery, Tom was a Director for Navigant. He has also held positions on steering committees for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and the East Coast Association of Litigation Support Managers (ECALSM).
Aaron Gardner, KrolLDiscovery, is Vice President, Enterprise Solutions at KrolLDiscovery. Aaron’s experience in the litigation support, ediscovery and technology fields includes positions with some of America’s most recognizable law firms, including Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP and most recently Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Aaron’s career at Paul, Weiss spanned nearly a decade. Among other accomplishments during his time there, he was the inaugural manager of the firm’s Discovery Services group. As the Chief Operating Officer of Turnstone Solutions, an ediscovery services company, Aaron built a lean startup into a respected regional player serving Fortune 10 banking and AmLaw 100 law firms. In his current role, he focuses on helping law firms and corporations design and implement information governance programs in order to minimize cost and risk while maximizing value across their entire records management, regulatory compliance, ediscovery and storage management portfolios. Along with other responsibilities in this area, Aaron runs KrolLDiscovery’s enterprise information archiving and legal hold archiving businesses and leads KrolLDiscovery’s Microsoft Office 365 Security & Compliance and Advanced ediscovery practice. Aaron is an active public speaker on ediscovery and information governance and has collaborated on ediscovery articles for trade publications.