Posted on: August 10, 2015in Webinars
Cloud Discovery: How Counsel Can Avoid Getting Caught in the Storm [Webinar]
The Cloud has been hovering over the legal industry for years, increasing in menace with every spoliation sanction imposed by the Court. The surge of cloud-based ESI has obsolesced many traditional information technology platforms as well as conventional workflows employed to identify, preserve and collect ESI, and in its wake has left overwhelmed IT staff and frustrated counsel.
While some companies have implemented an information governance policy, and performed thorough data mapping exercises, many have not yet tackled this step. When a legal hold is issued, regardless of whether a policy exists, the duty to preserve both on premise and cloud-based ESI persists, and the act of self-collection remains an ill-advised practice.
Download now for an informative panel discussion on how to successfully navigate the cloud and defensibly identify, preserve and collect ESI.
You will learn how to accomplish the following:
- Perform custodian interviews that effectively identify where data resides
- Enable a legal hold that covers cloud-based and on premise sources to fulfill the duty to preserve
- Conduct a forensically sound and defensible collection of cloud-based ESI
Meet the Panelists:
- Aaron Crews
Sr. Associate General Counsel and Global Head of eDiscovery
- Geoffrey Vance
Partner; Firmwide Chair, eDiscovery Services & Strategy Practice
- John Evans
Sr. Vice President of Forensic Services
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