10 Dec 2009 8:00 am Presenting Gary Hicks, IT Forensic Expert Witness, Keppe & Partners
In more than 20 years in this specialised field I have found that the greater majority of cases that are compromised
(Archived) Sean Regan, Product Marketing Manager, Enterprise Vault, Symantec Corp
Organizations are increasingly being ordered to produce email messages and other electronic files relevant to E-Discovery cases. The penalties for noncompliance with a court's discovery order can be severe . . .
30 Sep 2009 6:00 am Presenting Ibrahim Hassan, IBA Solicitors & Act Now Training, Information Lawyer
Ibrahim Hassan is a qualified solicitor and one of the UK's leading experts on public sector information law
10 Dec 2009 11:00 am Presenting Trent Henry, Principal Analyst at Burton Group
Although it's been more than 2 years since the Supreme Court modified the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP, most organizations are still struggling to get their arms around the critical elements of eDiscovery
(Archived) Jeffrey S. Follett, Partner at Foley Hoag LLP
Whether mining data for e-discovery compliance or just going about its daily business, your company faces a welter of confusing and sometimes conflicting legal obligations and interests relating to information security and privacy . . .
10 Dec 2009 10:00 am Presenting Jonathan Armstrong, Duane Morris LLP, Technology Lawyer
Jonathan P. Armstrong practices in the area of corporate law with a concentration in technology and compliance
(Archived) Warren Kruse: VP, Data Forensics and Analytics, Encore Discovery Solutions
Spoilation: It's not always intentional. Not having a a plan before an incident or having inadequate documentation . . .
(Archived) Robert Brown; Senior Director, Litigation Consulting at First Advantage
Preparing for e-discovery requires isolation specific data using a process that will withstand legal scrutiny. With virtually all communication and business processes captured on digital media, computer forensics can become critical to locating and interpreting electronic evidence . . .