Messaging apps have become an essential part of corporate communication. Researchers estimate more than 500,000 organizations use platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams to collaborate. Even employees’ social media activity such as likes, shares and comments have become part of the universe of company information. Not surprisingly, this non-standard data presents a variety of challenges for document review in litigation and investigations. Handling it effectively is key to today’s eDiscovery.
Join your peers for an educational breakfast seminar co-sponsored by Complete Discovery Source (CDS) and Relativity as we explore the impact of non-standard data types on the practice of data discovery. Our panel of experts in eDiscovery technology and corporate litigation will share their experiences with mobile, chat, social media and audio data and how these often difficult data types affect the approach to collection, review and disclosure.
8:00 am – 8.30 am – Breakfast and networking
8:30 am – 9:30 am – Presentation and audience Q&A
9:30 am – 10:00 am – Networking
Topics will include:
- Data identification and collection
- Data formats and complexities arising from these data types
- Review workflows, applications and best practices
- Real-world use cases and case studies
Zoe Davies, Practice Services Senior Manager, Clyde & Co
Zoe Davies is the Senior Practices Services Manager for Clyde & Co covering litigation, corporate and transactional services. In her current role, Zoe is establishing a global fee earning department that delivers first-class services through the use of innovative technology, best practice standards, policies and procedures. Zoe’s previous role in Barclays Global eDiscovery Department was to advise internal and external counsel on scoping electronic data collections and developing technical review strategies.
Clare Longworth, International Solutions, Relativity: Clare Longworth is a Relativity Senior Solutions Specialist and part of Relativity’s larger Customer Success team. The Solutions team helps Relativity users with complex workflow questions across all areas of e-discovery and litigation support. With over 17 years in the IT industry for over 17 years, the last 9 in e-discovery. She previously worked at BDO where she was instrumental in the design and implementation of their installation of Relativity. She has also worked at Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) in their e-discovery and litigation support department.
Mark Anderson, Senior Project Consultant, CDS: In his role as Senior Project Consultant for CDS, Mark Anderson provides project management and expert consulting corporate and law firm clients through all stages of eDisclosure and eDiscovery. He has supervised multi-national teams and has experience working on some of the largest, most challenging matters, including cases involving cross-border issues and the application of technology assisted review (TAR). Mark holds multiple Relativity certifications including Relativity Master and is an Encase Certified Examiner.
Moderated by William Wallace Belt, Jr., Managing Director of Consulting, CDS:
William has 25 years of experience as a partner, shareholder and board member of AmLaw 200 law firms, including Williams Mullen where he built one of the first law firm eDiscovery practices. His extensive experience as a trial lawyer, including trying to verdict over 20 jury trials, and his deep experience in legal technology including working with AmLaw 200 law firms, “Big Four,” and technology providers, gives William’s clients access to a perspective built upon broad and unique experience and a deep understanding of his clients’ business and legal technology needs and strategies.