E-Discovery On Premise, Outsourced or Hybrid:
Which is Right for You?
Organizations have many options for managing e-discovery. On one end of the spectrum, there is a do-it-yourself approach, with software and staff in-house to manage the entire process. On the other end, companies and law firms can outsource e-discovery to trusted third parties. In between these two is a SaaS approach mixing in-house and outsourced resources as appropriate for particular matters.
This webcast is designed to provide corporate and law firm teams with guidance on selecting the best deployment option for their particular legal, technical and organizational factors. The key considerations for each deployment model will be discussed by several industry thought leaders.
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Wednesday, June 5, 2013
10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET
Complimentary On-Demand Webcast
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
As Director of Practice Group Technology Services, and a member of the Dorsey & Whitney LLP senior IS Management team, Ms. Sweeney’s responsibilities include electronic discovery services. Ms. Sweeney has over 25 years of experience in the litigation support industry, including working and consulting with attorneys and clients with regard to identification, collection, processing, review and production of electronically stored information in the US and abroad.
Joel Jacob is a managing director of product management in the FTI Technology practice and is based in Chicago. He is focused on developing SaaS-based solutions for information management, e-discovery applications and leveraging cloud computing technologies to deliver self-service functionality, elastic computing, and robust support within a predictable budget. He is an active member of the Cloud Security Alliance, Association of Information and Image Management (AIIM), and a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO).
Babs Deacon, eDJ group director, has over 25 years of discovery and information management experience, specializing in providing consulting, project management and data reduction services to law firms, corporations and government clients. Deacon is also a pioneering influencer in eDiscovery best practice reviews and has managed numerous projects related to eDiscovery, trial, early case assessment, evidence acquisition, process review, data reduction, application assessment, and vendor selection.
Prior to joining the eDJ Group, Deacon worked as a Practice Support manager for several prominent law firms and as a subject matter expert on data analytics and discovery management.