ZyLAB has announced that its popular webcast titled, "Contemporary Productions and Metadata for 21st Century Disclosures" is now available on demand from the company's website. The lively and informative 80-minute webcast addresses the controversy surrounding the recent ruling in the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) v. US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) case involving ESI productions and metadata.
NDLON plaintiff counsel, Anthony Diana, of Mayer Brown LLP, kicks off the session with an introduction to the case, and Craig Ball, a renowned expert in forensic technology and electronic discovery, discusses the specific metadata fields addressed in Judge Scheindlin's opinion and how NDLON breaks new ground despite FOIA being regarded as different from eDiscovery.
"There's also huge collaboration that goes on between legal and IT. For organizations that aren't quite litigation ready, sometimes the first encounter under this kind of strain produces extraordinarily odd results," said Mary Mack, Esq., enterprise technology counsel for ZyLAB.
To access the recording and listen to the session in its entirety, please visit http://www.zylab.com/Resources/RecordedWebcasts/ContemporaryProductionsandMetadata.aspx.