Data Mapping and Litigation Preparation
Best Practices to Navigate Discovery and Track Electronically Stored Information
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will examine how to create and use data mapping, among other tools, to manage and reduce costs involved with electronically stored information in litigation and discovery preparation.
- Legal landscape
- Unique aspects of ESI
- Amended federal rules to address ESI
- Court’s expectations
- Sophisticated counsel, courts
- Critical to be prepared before the complaint arrives
- Electronic information management (EIM) for daily efficiency and litigation-preparedness
- Technology’s impacts on liability risks
- Records retention and EIM regimes
- eDiscovery preparedness
- Benefits to be derived from data mapping
- Data mapping
- Elements of data mapping
- Creating a data map
- Maintaining/updating a data map
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How can companies and counsel use data mapping to manage electronically stored information?
- What are the other methods available to counsel to manage and help clients manage their ESI?
- What are the best practices for implementing a data map that will comply with the federal rules?
Michael E. Lackey, Jr.
He focuses on civil and criminal litigation and electronic discovery. He handles multi-district and class action... | Read More
He focuses on civil and criminal litigation and electronic discovery. He handles multi-district and class action litigation, government contract disputes, and appeals. He is nationally recognized for his knowledge of electronic discovery issues and is a member of the Board of Advisors to the Georgetown University Law School Advanced E-Discovery Institute.Close
Robert D. Brownstone
Law and Technology Director; Chair, EIM Group
Fenwick & West
He advises clients on electronic discovery, information-security, electronic information management and on... | Read More
He advises clients on electronic discovery, information-security, electronic information management and on retention/destruction policies and protocols. A nationwide advisor, speaker and writer on many law and technology issues, he is frequently quoted in the press as an expert on electronic information.Close
Shawn M. Christen
Huron Consulting Group
He works with counsel providing data analysis, document management, computer forensics, electronic discovery and expert... | Read More
He works with counsel providing data analysis, document management, computer forensics, electronic discovery and expert witness services.Close
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