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It's a Brave New World - Map Your Course For Managing Discovery With Collaboration Data


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: February 04, 2021
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Agenda

  • Overview of the new collaboration communication paradigm
  • Why traditional approaches to governance and eDiscovery need to evolve
  • The importance of data access and how it can inform addressing the complexities of collaboration data discovery
  • Strategies for data governance, security, privacy, and retention
  • Q&A and key takeaways
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 4, 2021

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.

This program was recorded as part of ALM's Legalweek 2021 Virtual Conference on February 4th, 2021.

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Panelists

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Brad Harris

Vice President, Product
Hanzo

Brad is the VP of Product and Service Delivery at Hanzo, a technology pioneer in preserving, collecting, reviewing, and exporting dynamic, complex collaboration and web-based data sources. He leads product vision and innovation for the company. Brad has more than 30 years’ experience in the high technology and enterprise software sectors, including assisting Fortune 1000 companies to enhance their e-discovery preparedness through technology and process improvement.

Brad is a frequent author and speaker on data preservation and e-discovery issues and is a member of The Sedona Conference Working Groups 1 and 6.

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Graham Rollins

Senior Manager & Senior Counsel
Capital One

Graham Rollins is in-house discovery counsel in the Legal Department at Capital One, NA. He advises the business, in-house counsel, and outside counsel on matters related to electronic discovery. He also manages the company’s internal discovery processes, with a focus on the application of advanced analytics, machine learning, and technology assisted review to control litigation costs and enhance the value of internal discovery processes.

Prior to working at Capital One, Graham practiced at firms in Richmond, VA, in Washington, DC, providing electronic discovery and information governance related advice to Fortune 500 clients engaged in a wide variety of litigation.

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Andrew Amoranto

eDiscovery Manager
Pinterest

Andrew Amoranto is the eDiscovery Manager at Pinterest. Prior to joining Pinterest he was the Senior Paralegal Manager at Twitter.

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Stacey Blaustein

Counsel, Corporate Litigation
IBM

Stacey Blaustein is an attorney in the Corporate Litigation Department of the IBM Corporation in Armonk, NY where she manages the E-Discovery program for Corporate Litigation, is integrally involved in topics of E-Discovery, Cross-Border Discovery and Data Privacy issues, and handles many aspects of regulatory matters and third party subpoenas for the company.  Stacey speaks and writes frequently on these topics, most recently at the ABA Law and Technology Show in Chicago, and at ALM’s 2012 Forum on Cross-Border Issues and Cross-Border Discovery. Stacey sits on IBM’s Social Media and BYOD Policy Committees and works on the E-Discovery model constantly.  She is also a member of the Emory Law School Alumni Council.

Stacey received her BA from Barnard College of Columbia University and her JD from Emory University School of Law in 1988. She has been practicing law at IBM for five and a half years and before that, was a securities litigator at two respective law firms for eighteen years.


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