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With new privacy requirements (i.e. GDPR, California Privacy Laws) and the growing amount of places and data to review, defense attorneys are facing new obstacles in effectively evaluating and producing documents without private data in their cases. To help alleviate these emerging concerns, attorneys must look into new ways to streamline their e-discovery processes that will get them the data necessary to quickly assess their cases and make try or settle decisions earlier. Watch this upcoming webinar and learn a few key universal principles that will help your legal department evaluate and take steps to improve your e-discovery processes today.
Who Should AttendIn-house legal teams
Learn from three e-discovery practitioners about how they have assessed and mended gaps in their e-discovery processes, including: Tips and tools for evaluating your own e-discovery processHow to get buy-in across departments for real changeLearn more about what mature e-discovery operations look like
What You Will Learn
Tara Jones is the Legal Services Manager at Oath and has been with the company for over twenty years. She manages the E-Discovery group at Oath, and also is the go-to paralegal for all Commercial Litigation. Tara has an MBA with an emphasis on Project Management as well as under grad degrees in Paralegal Studies. She's married to her wife of over 11 years and they have a daughter who is nearly 18 years old.
Tiana Van Dykis the Manager of eDiscovery and Litigation Support at Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer, LLP. Tiana has extensive experience developing in-house policies and procedures to streamline eDiscovery and control costs. She works closely with clients to facilitate all aspects of eDiscovery, while finding creative solutions to manage the various phases of document production. Her analytical approach provides a solid foundation for clients to realize success in their eDiscovery projects.
Kevin M. Clarkis the litigation support manager at Thompson & Knight LLP. He is also the chair of the e-Discovery and Information Governance Committee of the Washington D.C. Bar and on the Programs Committee of the Legal Technology Professionals Institute, a non-profit trade association focused on developing and maintaining operational and ethical standards, best practices, guidelines, and resources.
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