Driving Down the Cost of Ediscovery: a PREX Presentation
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT
Traditional approaches to ediscovery are costly, time-consuming, and unsustainable. In this webinar, our panel of experts will be exploring traditional workflows and present innovative new approaches across various phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM).
Whether through technology triage, data mapping and defensible deletion, building your response playbook, or bringing technology in-house — these seasoned professionals will share their wealth of experiences and expertise.
Join this webinar, an encore presentation of a highly popular 2019 PREX Conference break-out session, that will cover:
- Technology triage – strategies for slowing the proliferation of new discoverable data sources and repositories (fewer haystacks).
- Building your plan – tips for building a more effective litigation response plan, including formulating standard Electronically Stored Information (ESI) protocols and ediscovery playbooks.
- Negotiating scope – how Early Case Assessment (ECA), discovery metrics, and project kickoffs yield more proportional outcomes.
- Phased discovery — from targeted collections to rolling productions to resolving issues faster, at a lower cost and without misuse.
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|Ken Prine | Senior Counsel | BP
Ken serves as Senior Discovery Counsel at BP, based in Houston. Ken has been at BP since 2012 and was a founding partner at Redgrave LLP before moving to Houston. Ken’s team supports all of BP’s discovery and disclosure activities for the litigation and dispute resolution teams globally. Ken also serves as the program lawyer for BP’s Global Records Management Program and consults with BP’s IT organization to ensure that appropriate data preservation and records management considerations are built into global IT projects.
|Peter Cladouhos | Director, Senior Counsel Ediscovery & Information Governance | Abbott
|Connie Mockaitis | Associate Director | Abbvie
Constance works on cross-functional teams to craft IG policy and strategy to ensure critical practices are designed into the way AbbVie manages information. Constance is responsible for all legal hold, data collection, and preservation processes and workflows applied across the enterprise and facilitates the relationship between Legal and IT. Her hands-on operations approach allows her to manage data and mitigate data risk for a large multinational corporation.
|Mike Gottschall | Sr. eDiscovery Advisor | McKesson
Mike is a legal technologist with 20 years experience managing Legal Operations, Professional Services, and developing comprehensive eDiscovery solutions. He has directed all aspects of professional services including computer forensic investigations; Internal Investigation (fraud and policy); Compliance (incidence response and Customer Data PII Audits) and eDiscovery. Mike has expertise working with top-tier law firms and forward-thinking corporations applying best practices to control the electronic discovery and evidence process.
|Brad Harris | Vice President of Corporate Strategy | Zapproved, LLC
Brad has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology and enterprise software sectors, including assisting Fortune 1000 companies enhance their e-discovery preparedness through technology and process improvement. Brad is a frequent author and speaker on data preservation and e-discovery issues, including articles in National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and Information Management and presentations at leading industry events such as LegalTech New York. Prior to joining Zapproved, he led the development of electronic discovery readiness consulting efforts for Fios, Inc. from 2004 to 2009. He has held senior management positions at prominent public and privately held companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Tektronix and Merant.