October 17, 2017 EDT, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The year is almost over, but before we start looking ahead to 2018 it’s important to look back and clearly understand how your e-discovery and legal processes stack up against those of your peers. In this upcoming webcast, learn how in-house legal departments are trying to become more productive and reduce legal spend. We’ll review new legal research conducted by EDRM/Duke, Exterro and BDO Consulting to examine trends, what’s working, and what’s not.
This webinar is generously sponsored by Exterro.
Joe Mulenex is Director of Solution Engineering at Exterro where, as a member of Sales Department, he heads up a team of solution consultants and subject matter experts that work directly with Exterro’s clients to identify needs and the appropriate solutions for their E-Discovery and Information Governance programs. Joe has extensive experience in e-discovery, having provided service to both corporate and law firm clients in managing multiple e-discovery projects over the last decade. Joe has served has a Special Master in multiple cases and lead the discovery work for one of the parties in the largest litigation in US history, Deepwater Horizon. His experience includes digital forensics, ESI processing and analysis and managed review. Prior to beginning his e-discovery career, Joe had over 20 years experience in Information Technology from operations to analysis to application development.
Jim Waldron works with EDRM members, sponsors, and partners to guide and develop EDRM publications, projects, and programs. He joined Duke Law School in 2017 after serving as Clerk of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey for more than 30 years. He served on the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules from 2010 to 2016.
George Socha is EDRM’s co-founder and the force behind the creation of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), a framework that outlines the standards for the recovery and discovery of digital data, and the Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM), a similar framework specific to information management. Named an “E-Discovery Trailblazer” by The American Lawyer, Socha is now managing director in BDO Consulting’s Forensic Technology Services practice where he assists corporate, law firm, and government clients with all facets of electronic discovery, including information governance, domestically and globally.