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Information Governance – Hindsight is 20/20: A Moderated Debate

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 64 minutes
Recorded Date: February 01, 2017
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  • How to successfully complete migration to the cloud
  • How to implement meaningful predictive analytics
  • How to improve data management, especially over-retention
Runtime: 1 hour and 4 minutes
Recorded: February 1, 2017


It’s an InfoGov showdown! Panelists will debate the merits of taking a reactive approach (“we did the best we could give the situation”) versus applying a proactive model (“you could have been better prepared if you had done this”) in a global discovery matter.

This session will provide you with a playbook on how to implement a global Information Governance program, balancing against the practical constraints preventing organizations from making infogov a priority – from people that have lived through both reactive and proactive approaches to discovery.

This program was recorded on February 1st, 2017.

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Ben Hubble

Manager - Records Management

Ben Hubble is an enterprise-wide records manager with a proven track record of increasing productivity and efficiency while lowering expense and liability, accomplished through the use of technology to streamline workflow processes and adhere to a well-crafted data retention policy that allows for defensible disposition via a thorough record retention schedule. He has 10 years’ experience with in-house legal departments for multi-national corporations. His experience includes developing and implementing corporate policies pertaining to document/data retention, eDiscovery, corporate governance and insider trading. Additionally, his experience includes establishing and expanding business presence throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Ben is accomplished in implementing a thorough information governance plan to secure, reduce, and organize data for companies ranging from established mutli-nationals to beginners looking to grow responsibly.

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Patrick J. Burke

Senior Counsel
Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Patrick practices in Seyfarth Shaw's eDiscovery & Information Governance and Global Privacy & Security practice groups, counseling clients on cybersecurity, data privacy and protection, electronic discovery, digital investigations and information governance. Counsels on compliance with global and US data privacy laws, particular experience with EU data protection including EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and EU-US Privacy Shield, Graham-Leach-Bliley, HIPAA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, ECPA and state data breach laws.Well-versed in data technology, including in the cloud; clients turn to him to advise on technology/process/vendor options. His clients have spanned many industries including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, biotech, financial institutions, manufacturers, retailers, publishers and technology companies.

He holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E) certification in European data privacy from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Seyfarth Shaw's Carpe Datum Law blog ( which reports on news and important developments and trends in Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, E-Discovery, Records Management and Information Governance generally.

Patrick began practicing in e-discovery in 2003 (cybersecurity in 2007), and he advises clients regarding defensible identification, preservation, collection, processing, analytics, review and production of electronically stored information, as well as negotiations, meet-and-confer and litigating e-discovery issues pursuant to the US Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. He also counsels clients on managing legal risks associated with data privacy and security globally through improved awareness, upgraded corporate policies, policy enforcement and appropriate technologies.

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Jessica Escalera

Global Head of Legal Discovery Operations

Jessica Escalera is the Global Head of Legal Discovery Operations at Barclays. She leads the bank's legal eDiscovery function and consults on information governance issues. Jessica serves as an expert on technical and strategic eDiscovery matters. She works to ensure that best practices are implemented in a matter that increases defensibility while also managing costs.

Prior to Barclays, Jessica worked as an eDiscovery specialist at Ropes & Gray where she advised clients and attorneys on complex discovery matters including defensible disposition and effective implementation of TAR analytics technologies.

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