With 2020 firmly in our rearview mirror, we’re cranking up preparation for the annual legal technology fest known as Legalweek. This year, of course is virtual, but rest assured we’re every bit as enthusiastic and prepared to share valuable educational and product information to equip corporate legal professionals for the year ahead.
First, we’ve assembled an outstanding panel of experts who will join us to share their insights regarding ediscovery and information governance with data from modern collaboration applications.
Mark your calendars for February 4, 2021 at 1:15 pm EST for this CLE eligible session, It’s A Brave New World—Map Your Course For Managing Discovery With Collaboration Data
- Andrew Amoranto, Senior Paralegal Manager, Litigation, Twitter
- Stacey Blaustein, Counsel, IBM
- Graham Rollins, Sr. Manager, Sr. Counsel, Capital One
- Brad Harris, VP of Product, Hanzo
CLE Session Description
Whether we’re ready or not, collaboration platforms and channel-based messaging have arrived in force and are here to stay. As a result, we’re changing how we communicate in ways that are more dynamic, interactive, and friendlier than ever. Collaboration platforms are reducing corporate reliance on email while empowering collaboration, remote work, and innovation—enhancing an organization's agility during challenging times.
For corporate legal teams, these changes are requiring a whole new way of thinking when it comes to governance, preservation and discovery response. Playbooks designed for a world of static documents and email no longer suffice in the face of multi-channel, multi-modal communications. In other words, it’s a brave new world.
In this CLE session, panelists will explore the challenges posed by collaboration applications, and how corporate legal professionals are developing and implementing forward-thinking strategies to navigate those complexities. Panelists will discuss:
- What is the new communication paradigm and how does it differ from traditional forms of communication?
- Why do traditional approaches to both governance and ediscovery need to evolve?
- Why access to the data is so important and how it can inform your plan for addressing preservation, collection, and discovery for complex and voluminous collaboration data.
- Strategies for data governance, security, privacy, and retention.