Discovery Challenges Posed by Collaborative Work Environments

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This is a virtual event, accessible on-line and over phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

This is a complimentary program offered as a part of the Bloomberg Law Big Law Business Special Report Series.

Technology has brought enormous change to today’s corporation. Cloud-computing, collaborative communication platforms, and organizational applications are just a few of the technologies creating collaborative work environments.

These are changing the traditional data ownership or “custodian” model many companies and their legal counsel are accustomed to when it comes to discovery. In the collaborative work environment, employees may have theoretical access to significant amounts of data, though they never interact with it in a meaningful way, if it at all. Collaborative environments present challenges for determining who truly is the custodian of data, what data is relevant to a litigation or investigation, and how to access, review, and produce it.

During this 60-minute program, panelists will discuss:

• How business technologies designed to increase work productivity and collaboration present unique challenges to discovery, especially of electronically stored information
• How and why the notion of key custodians has changed as a result of business technology innovations
• How and when to deploy technology to manage collaborative work environment data
• How and why methods and concepts regarding custodian discovery may still be relevant and useful even in today’s technology-driven world

Educational Objectives:

• The unique discovery challenges presented by collaborative work environments, especially as it relates to custodial records
• The information governance technologies and techniques to manage collaborative work environment data, and custodial records
• The e-discovery technologies and techniques to review productions from collaborative work environments
• The importance of continuing to seek out custodians through surveys and key employee interviews to ensure the quality of the production

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

• Outside litigators, paralegals, research librarians, and support staff
• In-house attorneys responsible for information governance, as well as litigators and support staff
• Technology and knowledge management professionals

This webinar is made possible with the support of the following sponsors:

Presenter

Speakers to be Announced

Continuing Education

Credits:
1.0 CLE, 1.0 General COA
Practice Areas:
Legal
Prerequisite:
Knowledge of data ownership models and collaborative platforms
Level:
Intermediate
Production Date:
07/26/2018