In-Place e-Discovery with Office 365 and RelativityOne
Moving data throughout the e-discovery process—handoffs between various software applications and teams—increases cost, reduces efficiencies, and could introduce risk. From legal hold to collection, processing, review and production, it’s not uncommon for corporate legal teams and their law firms to move data in and out of half a dozen software tools. The adoption of two integrated and cloud-based applications—Microsoft Office 365 and RelativityOne—promises to dramatically alter this process and enable legal teams to manage every step within the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) in one place.
Attend this session to learn:
- Features, workflow, and licensing considerations for integrating the two solutions
- Early adopter case studies and lessons learned
- Key gotchas in this process, including legal and IT collaboration and policy development
Tim Anderson - Managing Director, FTI Simon Bayangos - Senior Manager, Customer Success Management, Relativity Jenny Hamilton - eDiscovery Counsel, Deere & Company
The Battle of Titans: How to Balance PR and Legal During Crisis
In a crisis, you may have moments to respond on behalf of your organization. Is your plan in place? In a world where a response to a crisis must be immediate and impactful, preparation can be the key to success. How can your legal team and PR team work in lockstep to ensure success? Given the critical nature of data, a PR response plan should be in every organization's e-discovery tool kit. This session will highlight best practices for building defensible internal protocols, common mistakes in handling crisis, and knowing the signs to prevent a fire from becoming an inferno.
Shawn Gaines - Director of Product and Community Marketing, Relativity Jacqueline Day - Senior Partner and Head of Washington DC Office, Control Risks Jenny Hamilton - eDiscovery Counsel, Deere & Company Stephen Patton - Of Counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP John Pletz - Senior Technology and Venture Capital Reporter, Crain's Chicago Business Aaron Schoenherr - VP, Green Target