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Making the Case for In-House eDiscovery


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded Date: October 27, 2020
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Agenda

  • Reasons for Bringing eDiscovery In-House
  • Challenges for Insourcing eDiscovery
  • Data Preservation
  • Data Collection
  • Rollout and Beyond
  • Q & A
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 27, 2020

Description

Corporate teams are facing pressure to reduce e-discovery costs but many don’t know where to begin. To shed some light on the subject, our in-house panel will review the personnel, productivity, and financial impact of key process changes, such as automating data preservations and reviewing matters in-house.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 27th, 2020.

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Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

Panelists

Jennifer Bantelman

Senior Director, Solutions Engineering
Zapproved

Jennifer is a technologist focused on strategy, customer experience, workflow, process improvement, and product in the legal tech industry. She has worked in software and technology for over a decade, and holds an M.A. in Strategic Communication. She currently leads Solutions Engineering at Zapproved, where she ensures product feature functionality and technical capabilities are designed and implemented in ways that solve real world problems. Zapproved specializes in the corporate in house software, enabling legal team ediscovery preparedness through technology and process improvement.

Jennifer is a speaker and content contributor on a variety of data preservation and ediscovery issues, including as a Co-Chair of the PREX Conference.

Marla Crawford

Vice President, Associate General Counsel, Legal & Regulatory Proceedings
Goldman Sachs

Marla Crawford is currently a Vice President, Associate General Counsel in the Litigation Group of the Legal Department at Goldman Sachs where she has diverse responsibilities, including managing the Firm’s global e-discovery efforts, managing civil litigation and regulatory matters, and advising on issues of law and technology.

She practiced law at Jones Day for 25 years, specializing in the discovery phase of litigation. She has worked on securities law, product liability, commercial, bankruptcy and employment law cases concentrating on electronic discovery issues. Marla’s expertise involves counseling corporations with respect to the preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information. Marla is a regular speaker on electronic discovery issues.


Marla is a graduate of Duke University and a magna cum laude graduate of the Boston University School of Law. 

Julie Richer

Legal Operations & Discovery Manager
American Electric Power

Julie Richer is Legal Technology Program Manager at American Electric Power, where she is responsible for matter discovery as well as managing the legal operations team. Prior to transferring to legal in 2008, she spent 10 years in AEP’s IT Department.


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