Jason M. Glass, Haystack Information Discovery; Benjamin Berman, KAYAK.com; Jeffrey W. Greene, Greenberg Traurig LLP
Escalating expense associated with eDiscovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure has had a major impact on how corporations are dealing with electronically stored information (ESI). In-house counsel, internal IT departments, and outside counsel are looking at strategies to effectively manage ESI including ways to improve legal holds, maintain compliance, minimize risk associated with spoliation of evidence, and decrease overall expense associated with litigation and eDiscovery matters.
This eDiscovery and Information Governance primer covers everything you need to know about managing ESI from an in-house perspective as well as an outside counsel perspective. An experienced panel of experts including an in-house attorney, two trial lawyers, and a corporate forensic expert guides you through ways to strategically handle the life cycle of ESI prior to and during litigation.