The State of E-Discovery 2018: Analysis & Review

May 30, 2018 EDT, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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If you haven’t noticed, e-discovery is bigger than ever. Just look at the news for the past couple months and you’ll see the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Mueller investigation, GDPR, and more. But the e-discovery community is still missing a comprehensive report reviewing what has changed in the last year…Until now.

Register for this webcast and you’ll get insider’s analysis of The State of E-Discovery 2018 Report, including:

  • E-Discovery spend trends and how legal teams are trying to cut e-discovery costs
  • How legal departments are trying to be more efficient and improve their processes
  • How courts are ruling on e-discovery issues and how to maintain e-discovery defensibility

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    This webinar is generously sponsored by Exterro.


    Meet our presenters:

    Jonathan Marshall
    Managing Director, Investigations & E-Discovery, Navigant

    Jonathan Marshall is a managing director in Navigant’s global Legal Technology Solutions (GLTS) practice and head of the U.S. Discovery offering. In that role Jonathan is responsible for the overall strategic vision and effectiveness of the offering including business development, technology utilization, client satisfaction and quality assurance. He previously spent four years in Navigant’s London office assisting in leading client delivery, technology application and business development efforts for discovery, digital forensics, data analytics and information security across the international GLTS business. Jonathan brings more than 13 years’ experience in technology consulting specializing in advising businesses and legal teams on all aspects of data driven events related to litigation and regulatory action, including relevant data identification and preservation, forensic collections, discovery, business application management, managed review and productions.

    Adam Rubinger
    Director of Discovery Management, NightOwl Discovery 

    Adam Rubinger has more than a decade of experience and leadership in litigation support and information governance and in managing large-scale electronic discovery projects. At NightOwl, he consults on high-profile client engagements for many of the nation’s top 200 law firms and Fortune 500 corporations. He brings expertise in the areas of computer forensics, electronic discovery, and IT security.

    George Socha
    Cofounder, EDRM; Managing Director, Technology and Business Transformation, BDO 

    George Socha assists corporate, law firm, and government clients with all facets of electronic discovery, including information governance, domestically and globally. As a renowned industry thought leader, Socha has authored more than 50 articles, spoken at more than 200 engagements across the world, and provided expert testimony on subjects related to e-discovery. As EDRM’s co-founder, he was 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. 

    Mike Hamilton
    Director of E-Discovery Programs, Exterro

    Mike Hamilton is the Director of E-Discovery Programs at Exterro and has been involved in e-discovery for over seven years. With a legal and business background, Hamilton is experienced and passionate about creating thoughtful, out-of-the-box educational resources that help keep legal teams interested and on top of emerging need-to-know e-discovery issues. He frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery issues and best practices around the country.

     

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