Corporate communications are moving away from email and turning to real-time messaging apps like Slack, Teams, LINE, Hangouts, Zoom and others. How does this impact discovery, internal investigations or other litigation? How should you manage it when there is a litigation event? Does this also expand out to mobile devices?
Join industry thought leaders, Joy Murao, George Socha, Richard Robinson and Robert Keeling as they discuss their perspectives on how to include these emerging communication applications in discovery.
Joy Murao, Founder and CEO of Practice Aligned Resources, is recognized industry-wide as a leader in the litigation support industry. She brings decades of experience, having led some of the most well-respected global practice support groups, to her consulting practice. Blending education with technological agnosticism, Joy focuses on aligning people, process and technology to best fit her clients’ situations and find the right solution for their needs.
Joy merges disparate technologies and personnel into team-centered business units. Her innate ability to foster interdepartmental collaboration and leverage joint ventures towards improved client opportunities and services helps her clients achieve their business goals.
Rich began his legal-technology career in 1999 in the IT department for a large law firm in Boston, Massachusetts. He has served as a helpdesk specialist, manager, applications analyst, litigation support specialist, and litigation support director in large and medium-sized firms in Boston, Providence, Austin and Dallas. Prior to joining Toyota as their Director of Legal Operations and Litigation Support, Rich worked as the eDiscovery and Information Manager at JCPenney in Plano, TX.
George Socha is an e-discovery expert witness and consultant. Named an “E-Discovery Trailblazer” by The American Lawyer, he assists corporate, law firm, and government clients with all facets of electronic discovery, including information governance, domestically and globally. George has served clients in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical, energy, retail, banking and technology, among others. As a renowned industry thought leader, Mr. Socha has authored more than 50 articles and spoken at more than 200 engagements across the world on a variety of e-discovery topics. His extensive knowledge has also been utilized more than 20 times to provide expert testimony.
Co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), a framework that outlines the standards for the recovery and discovery of digital data, and the Information Governance Reference Model (IGRM), a similar framework specific to information management, George is skilled at developing and implementing electronic discovery strategies and managing electronic discovery processes.
Robert Keeling is a partner at Sidley Austin LLP whose practice includes a special focus on electronic discovery matters. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex civil litigation and conducts internal investigations in the U.S. and throughout the world.
Robert is a co-chair of Sidley’s E-Discovery Task Force. He possesses significant experienced with technology-assisted review, predictive coding, and other applications that can enable clients to significantly reduce e-discovery costs while maintaining the defensibility of the review.
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