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This program was recorded on January 8, 2020
This CLE will provide guidance so attorneys and legal professionals can easily grasp the current requirements mandated under the law, revised e-discovery practices, and compliance required for effective retention and destruction of electronically stored information (ESI). This seminar will examine the full extent of the duty to preserve electronic evidence and provide practical strategies for streamlining efforts to minimize costs and time in e-discovery. This program will explore the benefits of special masters and discovery referees and presents practical, efficient and expedient solutions. Managing e-discovery can be a complex task with data and documents to manage, new sources and types of data to consider, and changing Federal and State rules.
Daniel Garrie is the founder and managing partner at Law & Forensics. Daniel is paving the way when it comes to 2018’s most pressing cybersecurity, forensic, and legal issues. Daniel, one of the most sought-after computer forensic experts and special masters, cyber mediators, and forensic neutrals with JAMS. Judges and attorneys laud his reports for their clarity, focus, and ability to help parties settle even the most complex disputes. Mr. Garrie has garnered a national reputation for his experience at the intersection of technology and the law and is as comfortable talking with entrepreneurs, IT professionals, and developers as he is with lawyers and judges.
John Rosenthal represents clients in an array of complex antitrust and litigation matters. His practice also involves counseling clients on a variety of trade regulations, trademark, and commercial issues. Chambers USA highlights his abilities as a “very strong litigator” whose “depth of intelligence about the market is unparalleled.” He also acts as a national e-discovery counsel for numerous corporations.
Kevin has extensive experience representing clients in complex corporate, commercial, and product liability litigation in both federal and state courts. Kevin also focuses his practice on providing advice and counsel on electronic discovery, electronic information management, data privacy, and data security issues. He regularly advises a wide variety of companies on records retention and information governance programs, compliance with eDiscovery demands, as well as the development and implementation of policies and procedures related to the deployment of technology solutions. Kevin is ranked in Chambers USA America’s Leading Lawyers in Business for Litigation: E-Discovery and was selected for inclusion as 2014 “Lawyer of the Year” for Information Technology Law in The Best Lawyers in America. He also was the recipient of the 2013 Law Technology News “Champion of Technology” Award.
Jennifer M. Hoekstra is a partner with Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz, PLLC. A native of Saint Paul, Minnesota, Ms. Hoekstra boasts an impressive academic and professional record, including graduation from two of the nation’s top schools. She earned her earned Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from Columbia College, Columbia University in the City of New York. She relocated to Louisiana to attend Tulane Law School, where she earned her J.D. while also completing a certificate in Environmental Law. During her law school career, she spent a semester studying at the University of Wisconsin School of Law and visited on their International Law Journal as a Junior Member during her Hurricane Katrina evacuation semester.
Rachi is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. He currently works in the Office 365 Information Protection Product Group with a concentration on how to manage corporate data repositories using analytics for compliance needs. Rachi was part of the Equivio management team and joined Microsoft through the acquisition in January 2015. His career has focused on Compliance and eDiscovery for the past 15 years and he is a frequent speaker on these topics.
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- Overview of the E-discovery Process and Protocols
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- E-discovery Pitfalls You Should Know About