Whether you’re an attorney, or a compliance or risk officer, this webcast will help you learn how to use unified legal repositories to address preservation, collection, data processing and document review challenges. Particular emphasis will be given to re-using documents and attorney work product across multiple matters. We’ll also be focusing on the built-in capabilities and processes required to ensure that data security, confidentiality and privilege are maintained across matters and between parties.
Learn about specific use cases and trends that leverage these strategies such as:
- Reducing e-Discovery and review costs by reusing data and work product across multiple matters
- Preserving serial custodian data
- Filtering, partitioning and extracting data subsets for review
- Migrating data to a unified legal repository safely and defensibly
- Reducing OpEx costs by leveraging the cloud for scalability
Esq., Vice President, Iron Mountain Consulting.
Tom Barnett has many years of experience managing Electronic Discovery Client and Consulting Services. He was Special Counsel at a leading law firm where he was responsible for the eDiscovery and compliance departments. He was a co-author and a member of the editorial board of the Sedona Conference Principles on Electronic Document Production and he serves on the Advisory Board and is a faculty member of the Georgetown University Law Center Advanced E-Discovery Institute; the E-Discovery Expert Witness Directory Committee; the Board of Editors of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model Project, the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution. Mr. Barnett has authored a large number of articles, whitepapers and treatises on electronic discovery and data management and is considered one of the leading experts in the field. Mr. Barnett is a graduate of the Cornell Law School where he served on the Board of Editors of the Cornell Law Review.
VP Operations and Technology Management
Sanjeev Srivastav manages the eDiscovery operations for the hosted Iron Mountain Legal Discovery service and eVantage on-premises software. He has many years of experience managing all aspects of eDiscovery service on over 1,000 projects for a wide variety of customer segments, matter types, and covering all aspects of the EDRM framework. He is actively involved in working with large enterprise and law-firm clients in the design of some of the largest document review and hosting projects worldwide, with teams supporting operations in North America, EMEA, and APAC. He holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University and has a strong background in technologies related to unstructured data management, search technologies, and cloud-based service delivery.
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