Next Gen EDRM: Reworking the Ediscovery Model
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Date Recorded: Tuesday, November 6, 2018
In the 13 years since the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) was first introduced, technology and communication platforms have evolved considerably, changing the way ediscovery is handled. It’s time for the model to also reflect those changes.
This webcast will consider a new EDRM paradigm that offers a streamlined approach to corporate ediscovery and litigation response.
Join this webcast and gain a better understanding of how technology and legal changes have altered ediscovery practice, specifically addressing how an updated EDRM can facilitate more efficient process development and better business outcomes.
- Where the practice of ediscovery is heading
- Why legal teams must take a new approach to planning and process development
- How to incorporate modern tools and apply updated organizational frameworks
Vice President of Product at Zapproved, LLC.
Aaron has excelled in the ediscovery industry for over 14 years, spearheading new product lines for software vendors and heading ediscovery departments for both law firms and corporations. His career, including time with Relativity, Proskauer, Biogen, and Recommind, has spanned all aspects of ediscovery, from collection all the way through trial presentation.
Chief Innovation Officer, Legal Solutions at Integreon Discovery Solutions
Alma Asay is the Chief Innovation Officer of Legal Solutions at Integreon Discovery Solutions and founder and CEO of Allegory litigation management software. In 2016, Alma was named a Fastcase 50 award winner and one of 10 “Women of Legal Tech” by the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center.
Manager of Customer Success Operations at Zapproved, LLC.
Jonathan Grabis manages the Customer Success operations team at Zapproved and ensures the team has the resources needed to make customers successful. He got the software bug from his time spent in angel investing and holds a Master’s in Economics from Florida Atlantic University.