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June 22, 2012

Judge Facciola on the Duty of Competency and EDD

Facciola_john2_400Lawyers must meet not just the letter of ethics rules, but the spirit of the concepts, especially when grappling with e-discovery.

That was one takeaway from the "Duty of Competency and E-Discovery," a free webinar hosted by e-discovery vendor iConect June 21, in which Joshua Gilliland, author of Bow Tie Law's Blog and founder of legal iPad app developer Majority Opinion, discussed ethics and electronic data discovery with Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

The webinar drew upon competency as defined in Rule 1.1 of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct: "A lawyer shall provide competent representation to a client. Competent representation requires the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation."

According to Facciola, competency now requires "a fundamental understanding of the way information is produced." This entails: 1) some understanding of the information systems you and your client are relying upon; 2) knowing your own limitations; and 3) if you don't understand, have someone at your side, i.e. an expert, who does, he declared.

For more on the webinar, look to LTN online.

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May 23, 2012

The 24/7 Andrew Peck Show

Greetings from LegalTech West Coast in relatively-smog free and sunny Los Angeles. Day one (Tuesday May 22) was full of energy and standing-room only presentations with, as usual, tons of e-discovery in the seminar rooms (and on the busy exhibit hall floor). It's not too late to stop in for Day 2 (today, May 23); it's at the downtown Westin Bonaventure and one day tickets are available if you want some education, demos, and CLE credits.

Topic A among the L.A. EDD crowd, as expected, is the closely-watched Da Silva Moore case, where U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck has ordered the use of computer-assisted coding (aka predictive coding). Law Technology News is one of those closely-watching, our most recent story is here.

NelsonOn the blawg-o-sphere, attorney Sharon Nelson, (left) president of Sensei Enterprises, has been monitoring the DSM sideshow in her ride the lightening blog. See her latest post, "Da Silva Moore: EDD's Version of Keeping Up with the Kardashians," is  here.

Peck-5-17-12-bPeck and his Second District colleague Lisa Smith gave a terrific program Thursday evening at the New York City chapter of Women in Discovery -- demonstrating his trademark wit and substantive knowledge. See "Federal Judges Preside Over Women in E-Discovery Meeting."

But Tuesday's LTWC keynote address reminded us that Peck isn't a one-trick pony judge doin' nuttin' but e-discovery 24/7/365. (He did win LTN's 2011 Champion of Technology Award). Peck's turf also has included overseeing another matter that kept lawyers Keynote1chewing their fingernails -- to say nothing of anybody with a dollar in a bank. Kevin Genirs (left). In his keynote address yesterday, "2008 v. 2012: Lessons from the Lehman Brothers," described how Peck oversaw the frantic, sleep-deprived, mega-lawyered transactions under excruciating deadlines that ultimately resulted in the sale of Lehman Brothers ("for the price of our building") to Barclays, praising Peck for recognizing the global impact of the sale on the stability of financial markets, and Peck's non-stop efforts to get the deal consummated. Genirs, who had been general counsel, investment banking, at Lehman's, was one of the 10,000 Lehman workers who had new jobs with Barclays when the sun rose the next day.

Later this morning, check out www.lawtechnologynews.com for my colleague Michael Roach's  report on "Under Fire: Defending and Challenging Technology-Assisted Review," which featured Irell's Tom Werner, O'Melveny's Jeffrey Flower, Oracle's Pallab Chakraborty, and moderator Andrea Gibson, from Kroll Ontrack (the sponsor of the Litigation Technology Track." Yes, DSM and Peck were front-and-center in the discussion!

Meanwhile, you can keep up with all the substance and occasional drama about Peck on our website's home page www.lawtechnologynews.com, and its E-Discovery/Compliance "channel" -- and right here at EDD Update. Onward to Day 2! 

Update 5/24: Oooops. Who knew there were two Judge Pecks in the Southern District of New York! Actually, many -- and Silicon Valley consultant Mark Michels, a member of LTN's editorial advisory board, was the first to advise me that I goofed. It wasn't Andrew Peck, it was Judge James Peck, of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. But you get my point.

P.S. Here's Michael's story 

Photos: Monica Bay, except for Sharon Nelson (courtesy of ride the lightening)

May 14, 2012

Webcast on Information Governance and E-Discovery

Exterro and Hitachi Data Systems have announced a webcast, "E-Discovery and Information Governance: Assessing Needs and Aligning Priorities," to air on May 16.

LeClair Ryan partner Dennis Kiker, Marcelline Saunders, senior product manager at Hitachi, and Jonathan Preston, Hitachi's business development manager, will discuss the intersection of e-discovery and information governance and present best practices. Joe Aakre, e-discovery solutions consultant at Exterro, will serve as moderator.

The webcast is complimentary and airs at 1 p.m. Eastern Time/10 a.m. Pacific Time. Registration is available at www.exterro.com/events-and-webcasts.

April 10, 2012

The Law of Search Meets Computer-Assisted Review

ArkfeldJoin us on April 24 at 1 p.m. EST for a complimentary webinar presentation to discuss legal and technological issues regarding electronic search and the recent focus on the use of computer-assisted review.

Hear from some of the top educators including Judge John M. Facciola, Michael Arkfeld, and Scott Kane who all will also be teaching at the eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference and Symposium to be held on May 23-25, 2012, at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, located in Tempe, Arizona.

In "The Law of Search Meets Computer-Assisted Review" webinar, the instructors will focus on:

  • the law of search — reasonableness, search protocols, and cooperation;
  • types of computer-assisted search — keyword, concept, and predictive coding;
  • search protocol — iterative process, work product issues, sampling, and defensibility considerations;
  • importance of using computers to search — reduced costs, FRE 502, and clawback agreements; and
  • impact of the Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe case.

Click here to register for this complimentary webcast!

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March 26, 2012

E-Discovery, Family Style

LoseyHanging out in Florida for Spring Training?  Ralph Losey  -- one of EDD Update's authors -- will present a live EDD webinar Tuesday [March 27] from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Eastern) from the Citrus Club. He'll be joined by his two children, Adam Losey and Catherine Losey, who are both EDD lawyers in Orlando.

The webinar will present an overview of e-discovery and its effect on your practice today, says Robert Childress. Presented by Wave Software, and sponsored by D4, it will be moderated by Shawnna Childress, founder of Women in eDiscovery. Losey a partner at Jackson Lewis, and is the author of the e-Discovery Team blog.

The Citrus Club is located at 255 South Orange Ave. #1800, Orlando 32801. Attendees can choose between the live in-person program or live web program.

Registration info here.

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August 06, 2011

Tom Allman Update

Fios is offering an "state update" from Thomas Allman, which can be downloaded here. It addresses the impact of the 2006 FRCP amendments; identifies key EDD issues; and offers an appendix detailing rulemaking activities in the states and D.C.

Also: Check out our video with Allman (former chair of the Sedona Conference's Working Group 1) where he discusses the Duke Law School conference on civil litigation in federal courts, organized by the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules.

 

June 15, 2011

Compliance, Mobile Devices, & Comedy

These are three words that are generally never spoken in the same sentence, but we have two links that you will find extremely useful covering them. 

First, a group of compliance officers got together in New York recently to find out who is the funniest compliance officer in the United States. Hearing that others lay awake at night worrying about compliance, believe it or not, is pretty funny.  Check out the article and video at the Wall Street JournalIf You Think Accountants Are Hilarious, Try These Guys Search for America's Funniest Compliance Officer Is Tough; a Whoop for Dodd-Frank.

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After seeing how much fun compliance can be, sign up for Virtual Legal Tech, taking place on Thursday, June 16, 2011 and hear a very frank (no pun intended) discussion about the use of mobile devices and smart phones by lawyers. LTN's editor-in-chief Monica Bay and I discuss the tipping point of law firm use of mobile devices, the need for policies and protocols to protect attorney-client communications and offer tips on how law firms can protect against lost or stolen mobile devices.  More information about the program is available here: Compliance and Mobile Computing: What Happens When Your Staff Takes the Firm Home? (CLE Eligible).

May 02, 2011

EDD Webinars

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Two e-discovery webinars are available for your consumption: 

1. Cherie Estrin checks into let us know that the Organization of Legal Professionals is hosting a Master of eDiscovery webinar Tuesday May 3,  with Craig Ball, Mary Mack, and Anthony Diana, at 1 p.m. EDT. Topic: "Contemporary Productions and Metadata for 21st Century Disclosures." Says OLP:

"Judge Shira A. Scheindlin’s recent ruling cited the court’s expectation for 'contemporary standards' to be followed for FOIA and Rule 34 document productions undefined including the disclosure of metadata if it is relevant to the claim, not privileged, and reasonably accessible. In a subsequent memorandum, the government argued that the ruling causes irreparable harm. [The panelists] will discuss the practical impact this ruling will have on e-discovery and FOIA responses and the nature of the controversy. Attendees will also learn how to improve the speed and quality of productions by applying Intelligent Redaction, exemption codes, and Optical Character Recognition, and generating output formats that are in line with 21st century capabilities and standards."

Panelist bios and registration info here. It's free for OLP members and $89 per phone line for all others.

2. Did you miss Planet Data's "E-Discovery 2020: The Next Generation of Innovation" during LegalTech New York? You can listen to the broadcast (and access PPTs) here. It features Judge Michael Baylson (U.S.D.C. - Eastern PA); Andrew Horne (Kirkland & Ellis); Mark Yacano (Hudson Legal), John O'Tuel (GlaxoSmithKline); Ian Hochman (WIlkie Farr) and Howard Reissner (Planet Data). [Hopefully next time they'll have a gal on the panel as well!]

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October 07, 2010

Webinar: “The Enlightened Legal Hold” with Craig Ball and Brad Harris

A webinar discussing important recent legal hold cases will be held on October 12, 2010 at 2 p.m. EST. Titled “The Enlightened Legal Hold,” the one-hour presentation offers a fresh approach to legal holds in the post-Pension Committee era.  The session will offer practical steps that any legal professional can follow to mitigate risk in legal preservation as well as looking at recent trends, including the Victor Stanley II opinion and the latest from The Sedona Conference

The presenters are Craig Ball, contributor to Law Technology News and EDD Update, a Board Certified trial lawyer, certified computer forensic examiner, electronic evidence expert, and award-winning columnist and Brad Harris, VP of Zapproved.

To register or learn more about the event click on the image below:

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September 24, 2010

Webinar: Martindale.com -- Corporate Compliance

LexisNexis' Martindale.com is hosting its "Hot Topics in Corporate Compliance" webinar on Oct. 20. Participants in the CLE-eligible event will learn about proposed changes for federal sentencing guidelines, as well as whether corpoate social responsibility should now cover sustainability and green issues, who should report those issues, and in what format.

Panelists include Carole Basri, senior vice president at Balint Brown & Basr and president of the Corporate Lawyering Group; Don Dowling of the International Employment Counsel and the law firm of White & Case; Michael Levine, member, Epstein Becker & Green; and Rebecca Walker, partner Kaplan and Walker.

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Virtual LegalTech: FRCP 26(f) Meet & Confer Panel

21369568When preparing for litigation, a symbiotic relationship between the vendor and attorney must develop -- vendors must understand their client's needs, IT infrastructure, and e-discovery issues while attorneys  must make sure their clients properly preserve their data. 

This requirement was the main theme in Thursday's Virtual LegalTech panel, “FRCP 26 (F) All Access: A Behind the Scenes View of the Current Requirements,” moderated by Howard Reissener, CEO of Planet Data. Speakers included Judge Michael Baylson (United States District Court, Eastern District, Pa.); Ian Hochman, special counsel of e-discovery, Willkie Farr & Gallager; and James Stricker, partner, Kasowitz Benson Torres and Friedman.

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September 15, 2010

Webinar: LexisNexis Emerging Issues Series

LexisNexis is hosting "Best Practices in Managing Discovery," as part of its Emerging Issues Series on Sept. 23.

Scheduled speakers include Richard Baer, chief administrative officer and general counsel with Qwest Communications; Chris Spizzirri, EDD counsel and coordinator with Morris James; and Darryl Cross, vice president, Client Profitability at LexisNexis. 

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August 18, 2010

Webinar: IE Discovery

IE Discovery (www.iediscovery.com) is hosting a webinar on Aug. 25. Titled "Alone on a Desert Island with Volumes of Data? An Overview of Tools to Make Your Task Manageable,"  it will focus on teaching legal professionals how to cull data. It will provide tips on small, medium, and large cases —  and various levels of support whether organizations "in-source" litigation support or use a litigation support contractor.

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August 09, 2010

Webinar: ARMA International

ARMA International has scheduled two webinars dealing with records management. The first, "Seven Questions Guide Records Management Strategy and Implementation," is scheduled for Aug. 16 to Aug. 24. "Office Storage on the Cheap," will be held Aug. 30 to Sept. 7.

Press release here.

Webinar: EMC & Craig Ball

LTN columnist Craig Ball will be taking part in EMC's upcoming Best Practice Webinar series. Scheduled  for Sept. 1, it  will also feature Heidi Maher, EMC's principal of compliance and e-discovery practice.

Press release here.

August 08, 2010

Slow But Steady

Climb With an approximate revenue of $2.8 billion in 2009, e-discovery vendors are slowly but steadily moving uphill again, report Minnesota consultants George Socha and Thomas Gelbmann, in their 2010 survey of EDD trends and developments.

Unlike the logrithmic rabbit leaps of the past, current growth is more tortoise-like, at the rate of 10% to 15% per year, they note in their August LTN cover story, "Climbing Back."

And in our Law Technology Now August podcast, I interview Socha and Gelbmann about the "why" of these trends, from the perspectives of law firms, law departments, and providers.

July 27, 2010

Webinar: Iron Mountain & International Litigation Services

On Aug. 4, Iron Mountain and International Litigation Services, in conjunction with Law.com, will host a webinar to examine recent legal decisions that highlight the importance of e-discovery defensibility  and how to manage risk and reduce EDD costs.

Scheduled speakers include ILS' managing director Joe Thorpe, and David Bayer, Iron Mountain's  director of product marketing r.

Release here.

July 26, 2010

Webinar: Planet Data & Law.com

Planet Data  and Law.com are scheduled to host  "FRCP 26 (F) All Access: A Behind the Scenes View of the Current Requirements" on Sept. 23. Panelists include Planet Data CEO Howard Reissner; U.S. District Court judge Michael Baylson; Ian Hochman, special counsel for e-discovery at Willkie Farr & Gallagher; and James Stricker, partner with Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman.

Register here.

July 23, 2010

Webinar: FTI Technology on Culling & Document Review

FTI Technology  has scheduled "Intelligent Culling and Document Review Using Ringtail Analytics" for Aug. 11. Panelists include product manager Carol Stennett and senior product marketing manager J.R. Jenkins. 

Release here.

July 13, 2010

EMC To Host EDD Webinar

The folks over at EMC (www.emc.com) have announced they will be hosting a webinar on July 14. Topics up for discussion include the risks associated with current e-discovery practices, tools, and processes. Speakers include Randolph Kahn of Kahn Consulting, and EMC's in-house attorney, James Shook. The two will provide insight into how today's trends can dictate how you or your firm will perform e-discovery in 2011.

Release here.

July 06, 2010

EMC Webinar on EDD Trends, Risks and Practices

EMC SourceOne eDiscovery - Kazeon (www.kazeon.com) has scheduled a webinar, "eDiscovery 2011: Trends, Risks and Best Practices" for July 14. Panelists will discuss the current trends in e-discovery, risks associated with current tools, and best practices to consider adopting.

Speakers include Randolph Kahn, founder of Kahn Consulting, and James Shook, e-discovery expert and attorney at EMC.

Release here.

July 02, 2010

Exterro Webinar on EDD Pitfalls

Exterro (www.exterro.com) has scheduled a webinar, "Bridging the Gap: Finding and Fixing Three Common
 E-discovery Pitfalls," for Aug. 4. Speakers will discuss ways to assess e-discovery gaps, and address compliance issues. 

Panelists include Peter Caradonna, litigation technologist at Biogen Idec (www.biogenidec.com); Dan Coppola, director at Huron Consulting Group (www.huronconsultinggroup.com); and Bob Rohlf, e-discovery strategist at Exterro.

Release here.

July 01, 2010

Scarab Consulting Webinar: EDRM Model Code of Conduct

When it comes to acceptable boundaries of ethical business practices within the eDiscovery service industry, are we still in the time of spurs, six guns and saddles? Join us at high noon as industry experts discuss developing Model Code of Conduct guidelines and their relevance to both companies and legal technology providers. Topics addressed will include:

  • The current “lawless” state of today’s eDiscovery practice
  • How the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Model Code of Conduct Project is seeking to tame the wild, wild west
  • Ideal best practices for the supervision of attorneys, non-attorneys and clients

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June 29, 2010

ARMA International Webinar

ARMA International (www.arma.org) is scheduled to host a webinar from July 5 through July 13 focusing on the challenges of offsite storage compliance. It will be facilitated by Cindy Carnagey, Dell's offsite storage contract manager and retention advisor.

Release here.

June 08, 2010

Planet Data and Law.com to Host Webinar

Planet Data (www.planetds.com) and Law.com (www.law.com) are scheduled to host a webinar titled "FRCP 26(f) All Access - A Benhind the Scenes View of Current Requirements." on June 16. Led by Planet Data CEO Howard Reissner, the webinar will cover current requirements and guidelines needed to attain the highest level of preparation for early case assessment.

Panelists include U.S. District Court Judge Michael M. Baylson, author of the "Rhoads Industries opinions," who will discuss judicial expectations and best practices; and Ian Hochman, Special Counsel for e-discovery at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, who specializes in implementing cost-efficient and defensible strategies for collection, processing, and review. James J. Stricker, a partner with Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, will also join the panel to discuss complex civil litigation, including class actions in courts throughout the country.

Press release.

May 20, 2010

Planet Data & Law.com ECA Webinar

Planet Data (www.planetds.com) and Law.com (www.law.com) have scheduled a webinar to discuss current requirements and key issues in early case assessment on June 16.

Release here.

May 14, 2010

CT Summation Enterprise 2.7 Webinar 5/19

CT Summation (www.ctsummation.com) has scheduled a webinar to discuss the various functions and uses of its Enterprise 2.7 EDD software on May 19.

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May 05, 2010

Virtual LegalTech to Feature Virtual Meet and Confer

ALM (www.alm.com) is hosting a virtual meet and confer as part of its Virtual LegalTech on May 20. The meet and confer will be followed by a subsequent emergency hearing to demonstrate how organizations can use e-discovery, assessment and records management software to successfully navigate litigation-related discovery. The event covers what happens when two attorneys in a case cannot come to an agreement and require intervention from the Court.

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May 04, 2010

CT Summation CaseVault Precision Webinar 5/11

CT Summation (www.summation.com) has scheduled a webinar discussing the future of legal review with CaseVault Precision on May 11 featuring Art Skaran and Warren DiDonato, both directors of the company's eDiscovery Solutions unit.

Release here.

April 28, 2010

CT Summation iBlaze Webinar 4/29

CT Summation (www.summation.com) has scheduled a webinar discussing the uses of its iBlaze software on April 29 (tomrrow)  featuring  iBlaze trainer and reseller Michelle Kovitch.

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April 15, 2010

Unify Hosts 4/21 Webinar on ESI Archiving

On April 21, Unify (www.unify.com) will host a webinar discussing  archiving of ESI. It will focus on topics including the top five things organizations need to know about ESI in 2010 and beyond, as well as the newest regulations and recent legal cases. 

Release here.

March 16, 2010

Virtual LegalTech

Want to learn about the latest legal technology trends, issues, products, and services -- and earn CLE credit in the process? This Thursday (March 18) you can attend Virtual LegalTech, without all those annoying TSA security checkpoints, horrible coach seats, or worrying about the East Coast's eternal winter. And the best news: It's all free.
   Virtual LegalTech is our online complement to our live LegalTech shows in New York and Los Angeles. From the comfort of your office or home, you can enjoy a full day of free live webcasts and CLE-accredited seminars. Among the topics that are eligible for the grail of continuing legal education credits are panels on Amending the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; Use of E-Discovery Technology in Federal Court: A Case Study; Developing a Comprehensive and Legally-Sound Social Media Policy; and Outlook Integration: The Lawyer's Outlook.
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January 23, 2010

Webinar Examines Legal Hold Myths & More

To register for the 1/26/10 @ 2:00 p.m. EST webinar, click here

To listen to a webinar recorded on January 26, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. EST, which examined common misconceptions about legal holds using recent case law, including an analysis of U.S. District Judge Scheindlin’s recent Pension Committee opinion, click here.

John Jablonski (author of this blog and Seven Steps for Legal Holds of ESI and Other Documents) and Brad Harris (author of 12 Myths About Legal Holds) will look at problems that are frequently encountered within organizations that are failing to implement reasonable and good faith efforts when it comes to executing legal holds for discovery and tackle Judge Scheindlin's recent opinion requiring implementation of a written legal hold whenever litigation is reasonably anticipated.

To download a detailed analysis of the Pension Committee decision, click here.

December 28, 2009

Upcoming Webinars

Student Several of you have pinged me about upcoming webinars:

Fios: Debbie Caldwell advises that A Roadmap to e-Discovery Cost Control will air Tuesday January 19, 2010 01:00 PM ET (60 minutes).

Explores the critical paths to cost control in each phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, with emphasis on processing, review and production. Speakers: Chris Gallagher, senior vvice president, managing director,  Ajilon Legal, and Chris Wilen, Fios’ solution design architect. Target audience: Corporate lawyers and outside counsel.

411 here. 

The Organization of Legal Professionals: Cherie Estrin reports on these programs:

Offshore Legal Outsourcing, the Ethical Implications: Covers ethical, liability, and security risks associated with the outsourcing of both non-core and higher-value legal work overseas. 1 hour of MCLE Ethics credit. January 14, 2010, 1:00 pm Eastern.

Adobe Acrobat for Legal Professionals. Review of essential information specifically for use in the legal field. January 13, 2010, 1:00 PM EST.

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September 09, 2009

Strange Times Elaborated

Can't get enough of the Socha/Gelbmann e-discovery survey report? (August Law Technology News' cover  story.)

Well, you have two different opportunities to hear more about it! We have produced both a podcast and a full webinar, both featuring George Socha and Tom Gelbmann discussing the always-anticipated report -- which found some seemingly contradictory trends -- including the simultaneous constriction and expansion of e-discovery services, and a continuing shortfall in qualified support staff.

You can listen to the free webinar, produced by Law.com, and is proudly sponsored by Fios and Daticon EED.

The Law Technology Now podcast, produced by our partners at the Legal Talk Network, can be found here or here or on iTunes!

August 13, 2009

RenewData Webinar 8/17 @ 2 pm EDT

RenewData offers a webinar about its Vestigate Legal Review services and early case assessment. Their folks will address how to shorten reviews, find critical data faster, and ID relevant documents, and more.
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July 29, 2009

Know Offers Webinars for Paralegals

Cherie Estrin's Know magazine is hosting  a series of one-hour webinars:

1. August 18:  Case Document Management. Categorization by document type and issue coding; Building a universal system for every case.

2. September 14: Organizing Discovery Documents. Responding to document production request; Organizing and tracking documents from the client

3.  September 21:  Manual vs. Automated Retrieval Systems. Document coding and numbering; Indexing and summarizing

4.  September 28: Leveraging Technology to Manage Documents. Vendor selection and negotiation; Evaluating and updating technology

For more information click here.

   

June 11, 2009

Planet Data Webinar on FRE 502

U.S. District Court Judge Michael Baylson will be the featured speaker on a Planet Data webinar on Tuesday June 16, at 2 p.m. EST. The program is free, and CLE will be available to attendees. Other speakers will include David Kessler (a partner at Drinker Biddle and Reath)  and James Stricker (a parnter at Kasowitz Benson Torres and Friedman). Planet Data's CEO Howard Reissner will moderate.

Press release here.  A white paper on RE 502 here.

April 13, 2009

Kennedy-Mighell Report Now on Legal Talk Network


The Kennedy-Mighell Report is the newest show on the Legal Talk Network. Hosted by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell, the legal podcast focuses on legal technology. Dennis Kennedy is an in-house counsel at MasterCard  Inc.that focuses on information technology matters; Tom Mighell is a senior manager at Fios Inc. 

The biweekly podcasts cover  subjects like major legal tech trends, Facebook for lawyers, and Web 2.0 for lawyers and are available on iTunes. The podcast’s website includes links to all resources mentioned in the podcast. 

October 02, 2008

Merrill Corp offers Meet & Confer webinar

Merrill is offering "Meet & Confer: How Preparation Can Deal You the Upper Hand," a one-hour webinar.
411 here.

July 23, 2008

Upcoming Fios Webcast Seminars

Instant Messaging, Preservation and e-Discovery Collection Obligations
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 1:00pm (EST) / 10:00am (PST)
As instant messaging becomes an integral part of conducting business, it has also created a new class of ESI that is subjected to legal discovery. In this one hour webinar, Ronni Solomon, Esq. from King & Spalding will discuss the best practices for organizations compelled to preserve and collect instant messaging and related files during discovery. Click here for more info

e-Discovery Issues for Manufacturing Companies: Managing Product Liability Portfolios
Tuesday, August 05, 2008 1:00pm (EST) / 10:00am (PST)
Fios Consulting staff members Dennis Kiker, Esq. and Peter McLauglin, Esq. will discuss strategies for identifying and relevant ESI across global manufacturing organizations.
Click here for more info

July 10, 2008

EDiscovery Summer School Webinar

The Sedona Conference continues with its Working Group Audio Series and will present a Case Law Update webinar on Thursday, July 24th 3:00 - 4:00pm (EST). The webinar will discuss a variety of issues being addressed by the Circuit Court of Appeal including the appropriate roles of forensic examination in e-discovery, privilege assertion and waiver along with the application of e-discovery principles to criminal case. Click here to read more.

July 08, 2008

FutureTech Podcasts from LegalTech West Coast

TomorrowThey're up! Our "six-pack" of podcasts from the "TomorrowLand" panel of the Law Technology News presents FutureTech track at last month's LegalTech West Coast are now available at Law.com's Law Technology Now site. (You can also find it at the Legal Talk Network, and on iTunes!)

You can listen to the predictions and wisdom from Tom Baldwin, Craig Ball, Doug Caddell, Peter Hsiao, Judith Flournoy, and J. Craig Williams, and download PowerPoints. With a nod to Disneyland's iconic venue, we looked forward to the "tomorrows" of legal technology.

It took quite a team effort to make this happen. First, thanks to our audience for graciously helping us with the bumps and gurgles that happen when trying to record a live program. Your enthusiasm (and patience) was much appreciated as we coped with the Murphy's Law tech problems! We learned a lot that will help future efforts! (OK, cue the cute kid with the big hair and the dog....."The sun will come uuuppp, tomorrow....")

Second, thanks to our amazing speakers, who stepped up to the proverbial plate to deliver amazing content. You are terrific!

Third, thanks to BlueArc, our sponsor of the live program and the podcasts, for joining us on this inaugural effort. (Be sure to visit their website to learn about their network storage offerings). 

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June 17, 2008

ALI-ABA Webcast on EDD in Employment Cases

On June 24, ALI-ABA will be conducting a live webcast titled "e-Discovery Developments in Employment Cases."  Two federal magistrate judges--Paul Grimm from the District of Maryland and James Francis from the Southern District of New York--will be facilitating the course.  The judges will discuss, analyze, and practice tips on:

  • ESI retention programs
  • When and how to implement a litigation hold,
  • Spoliation avoidance techniques and avoidance of a Qualcomm disaster
  • Framing Rule 34 discovery requests in light of the new E-Discovery rules

...and more.  Go here for more info and to register. 

June 13, 2008

FTI Webcast on Prepping for Litigation Events

Fti FTI Consulting is holding a webcast titled "Are you REALLY Ready For eDiscovery?" The webcast will take place on Thursday, June 19, at 1:00 pm EDT.  Vivian Tero, Research Manager for Compliance Infrastructure at IDC, will discuss how organizations are preparing for litigation events, including their current initiatives, challenges, and near-term priorities. 
Go here for more information and registration. 

June 10, 2008

CT Summation on "Discovery Taskforce 101"

CT Summation is holding a webinar titled "Discovery Taskforce 101: The Nuts and Bolts of Setting Up an e-Discovery Taskforce." It will take place Wednesday, June 12, at 10:00 am EST.  Go here for more info or to register.

Fios' new June/July E-Discovery Webcasts

Fios Inc. has released info on upcoming webcasts, including:

  • "Top 10 Questions IT Should Ask Legal on e-Discovery."  Tuesday, June 24, 1:00 pm EST.
  • "E-Discovery Case Law Update — Understanding the Impact."  Tuesday, July 08, 1:00 pm EST.
  • "Sedona Update: Understanding Defensible Search & Retrieval Methods." Thursday, July 17, 1:00 pm EST.

More info and registration here.

June 06, 2008

"Sell Your Tech," with Doug Caddell

Caddell

A slight diversion from EDD, if you will indulge me for a moment, to share my excitement about a great program and podcast:

Our June edition of Law Technology Now podcasts features Doug Caddell, CIO of Foley & Lardner, who discusses "Sell Your Tech" -- how law firms can no longer just market their lawyers, they must use their technology tools as well to win, and keep, clients.

Caddell wrote this cover story last year, on this topic, which will also be the cornerstone of our upcoming "FutureTech" track at LegalTech West Coast. The FutureTech track will also include a Green Law panel; and a "TomorrowLand" (with a hat tip to Disneyland) program featuring six industry leaders, whose presentations will be recorded for a special "six-pack" Law Technology Now podcast series in July.

Bluearc_4 The FutureTrack program, as well as the June and July podcasts, are sponsored by BlueArc, a San Jose, Calif.-based company that offers

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June 05, 2008

CT Summation To Hold Discovery Cracker Webinar

CT Summation will be holding a webinar demonstration of Discovery Cracker 5.1, on Wednesday, June 11, at 10 am PDT.  The webinar will also introduce Discovery Cracker for Legal Professionals, a new option for law firms and corporate legal departments managing small to mid-sized projects. Go here to register.

June 04, 2008

Pinpoint Labs' Webinars on PG Pinpoint

Pinpoint Labs will be hosting two webinars that detail how to use PG Pinpoint, a file deduplication software. The hour-long webinars will take place Tuesday, June 10, at 3 PM CDT and Thursday, June 12, at 3 PM CDT


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