During this informative seminar, you will learn different methods on how to build a defensible process to mitigate risk and protect your organization or clients from fines, sanctions, and spoliation of crucial data.
Defensible Legal Hold and Early Case Assessment
Thursday, March 11, 2010
5:30pm-6:30pm Houston, TX
1 hour CLE Credit, The State Bar of Texas
(Optional dinner reception immediately following)
Norris Tran (email@example.com) 415-615-1530
Jack Halprin, Esq.
VP of eDiscovery and Compliance Autonomy
Best practices and technology for eDiscovery are rapidly advancing. What was state of the art yesterday may no longer be a defensible process today. At the same time, both corporate and outside counsel are dealing with increasing volumes of data, rising litigation costs and shrinking budgets.
The challenge is to manage eDiscovery in a cost-effective and defensible process that will avoid sanctions and meet the ever evolving standard of reasonableness.