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Ediscovery Gotchas: Frequent Headaches that Give You the Most Pain in Ediscovery

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The scene is familiar – you’re neck deep in discovery, data is multiplying faster than you can blink, and help is nowhere to be found. Sometimes, help could be continents away as ediscovery becomes global. Join ediscovery experts as they discuss the common blunders that befall litigation teams. From tips to save on monthly data hosting costs and avoid over-collection to knowing what de-duplication protocol to follow, this webinar will share tactical, practical examples of ediscovery situations gone wrong and how the issue could have been better resolved.

Educational Objectives:
Attendees should expect to learn from these practical situations and more:

  • Six months into an ediscovery project you determine that a significant portion of the data you loaded into the review tool is not likely to be used.  What can you do to avoid paying fees for the unnecessary data?
  • It is the start of another case, and many of the same employees that are identified as custodians in previous matters are a part of this matter too.  What are some tools of the trade to ease collection and review?
  • Over the past decade, your company has grown globally through acquisition; however, very little has been done to integrate the various data management policies and procedures across the locations. Legal hold practices are awry.  How do you go about de-cluttering but keeping necessary data?

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Ediscovery practitioners in law firms and corporations; including litigation support, practice support, paralegals, ediscovery attorneys, and corporate counsel.

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Ediscovery Gotchas: Frequent Headaches that Give You the Most Pain in Ediscovery

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Speakers

ROSS M. GOTLER, E-DISCOVERY COUNSEL, PAUL, WEISS, RIFKIND, WHARTON & GARRISON LLP
Ross M. Gotler is E-Discovery Counsel at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. In his role, Ross advises the firm’s lawyers and clients on e-discovery law, rules, practices, and technology and oversees the firm's e-discovery and practice technology services teams.

JONATHAN SACHS, DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC MARKETS FOR LEGAL TECHNOLOGIES, KROLL ONTRACK
Jonathan Sachs, Esq. serves as a Director, Strategic Markets for Legal Technologies at Kroll Ontrack. He consults with clients to integrate electronic discovery best practices into case strategy, ensuring efficiency, compliance and cost mitigation when locating, filtering and producing electronically stored information. In addition, Jonathan serves in a leadership role in the areas client retention, implementation of new training initiatives, expanding global partnerships with clients both headquartered in the United States and abroad, and speaks regularly on issues related to ediscovery.

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