HP Autonomy’s eDiscovery and Information Governance Platform enables organizations to achieve downstream time and cost savings by proactively governing data in preparation for:
Since the inception of eDiscovery, the range of technology solutions available – to help organizations address growing data volumes and rapidly respond to a legal matter – have been somewhat limited. Options included buying and deploying software for use behind the firewall, or paying a third party to host the technology for you. The Cloud is changing the paradigm and providing those organizations that don’t have the infrastructure and resources for an in-house solution, or that don’t have the appetite to pay additional fees to a middle man, with a third viable option. In this session, learn how Cloud-based solutions will change the face of eDiscovery by combining control and flexibility with convenience and cost efficiency.
George Tziahanas, SVP, Legal and Compliance Solutions, HP Autonomy
• Timothy Carroll, Partner, Perkins Coie LLP
• Alan M. Winchester, Partner, Harris Beach PLLC
• Gareth Evans, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
The sheer volume of enterprise data is permanently affecting how organizations prepare for eDiscovery. Even with advanced predictive analytics, it is fast becoming a mathematical impossibility to respond quickly and efficiently to a legal matter, when nets are cast wide across many data silos. This expert panel discusses information governance best practices that can help you proactively prepare for litigation, using methodologies that drive down time and cost while retaining quality and defensibility.
Brian Weiss, VP Subject Matter Experts, HP Autonomy
• Barry Murphy, Co-Founder, Principal Analyst, eDJ Group, Inc.
• Bennett B. Borden, Co-chair of the Information Governance and eDiscovery Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
• Jason R. Baron, Information Governance and eDiscovery Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Many forms of what is called "Technology Assisted Review" (TAR) exist today. Once a controversial and heavily scrutinized method of analysis and review is now gaining mainstream acceptance. Join this session to hear about recent case opinions on TAR and how its variations are applied to specific use cases.
Eric Crespolini, VP eDiscovery Solutions, HP Autonomy
• The Honorable Dave Waxse, U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of Kansas
• Anthony J. Diana, Partner, Mayer Brown Services and Physician Services, Scripps Health Care
• Maura R. Grossman, Of Counsel, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
For most organizations, legacy data sitting unmanaged and often unknown in SharePoint sites, email repositories, and file shares presents an added challenge for eDiscovery or investigations. A lack of control placed on this "dark data" can result in accidental data spoliation, longer timeframes, and the potential for increased collection, processing, and review costs. Learn how cleaning up legacy data can help you take a tangible step toward Information Governance, as well as mitigate risk, drive down costs, and expedite analysis of historical data.
Chris Surdak, Information Governance Subject Matter Expert, HP Autonomy
The Honorable Craig Shaffer, U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of Colorado
• Brad Ellis, Assistant General Counsel and Corporate Vice President of Legal Services and Physician Services, Scripps Health Care
• Robert D. Owen, Partner, Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan LLP
• Dan Regard, Managing Director, iDiscovery Solutions