Recorded: April 2 | 2013 Play!
Information Governance is an essential element to your compliance planning and execution. With evolving regulatory demands and increased litigation, the imperative to gain control over business content has never been more critical. Experts know that managing the retention and disposition of business information reduces litigation risk and legal discovery costs. But with the best of plans, there are challenges to face and decisions to make. Add in the maturation of technology and security issues, and the challenges seem to grow exponentially.
When: May 27 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Clive Freedman, 3VB
Planning the disclosure exercise in litigation Litigation hold discussions with the other party using a questionnaire to identify categories and locations of documents (Goodale v Ministry of Justice)
When: May 27 2010 1:00 pm
Presenting: Rick Dales; Proofpoint, VP Product Management, Archiving
Without the right tools in place, collecting, processing, and reviewing electronic data for eDiscovery can be time-consuming, expensive, and expose a business to significant legal risks.
When: May 27 2010 2:00 pm
Presenting: David Stevens; Carnegie Mellon University
Storage Professionals today face the daunting task of being able to quickly know where every email, word document and database file lives and how to get it back in a hurry in the event of a catastrophe.
When: May 27 2010 4:00 pm
Presenting: Doug Smith; Wiley Rein, Records Manager
The risks associated with spoliation of evidence are causing organizations everywhere to examine their procedures for evidence preservation. This seminar will offer step by step guidance for instituting and maintaining effective legal holds.