Topic: eDiscovery Basics in a "Know Now" Culture
Paralegals are trusted advisors in the eDiscovery world. Obtain an overview of eDiscovery basics, starting with the relevant Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the EDRM - eDiscovery Reference Model. A history will be given on the evolution of eDiscovery technology: from Bates to Gates to AI. Learn practice tips on how to control the total cost of discovery and handling the convergence of eDiscovery with data privacy. Finally, learn how you can use eDiscovery as a career builder.
Speaker: John Corey
For over 20 years, John has helped companies and law firms solve complex business problems with legal technology. His focus has been on integrated solutions for IG (information
governance), AI (artificial intelligence), eDiscovery, and Data Privacy - leveraging both software and outsourced services.
John serves on the board of the Twin Cities Chapter of ACEDS (Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists).
In his current role at Exterro, John helps clients select and implement SaaS/cloud solutions for Data Privacy Response, Legal Hold, and eDiscovery.
Location Change: The library remains unavailable due to water damage, so we will be meeting in the Community Room at The Castle. Go up the stairs to the third floor on your left. An elevator is also available.
Parking: Use the Armory Lot, located on Second Street NW, across the street from the Castle to the north. Parking spaces are numbered, and a pay station is located at the southeast corner of the lot. Spaces in the south parcel of the lot have a 90-minute limit; spaces in the north parcel have a 10-hour limit.
Free Lunch! Mr. Corey has generously offered to sponsor lunch. Lunch orders are available through Cameo. See menu at: https://cameoatthecastle.com/menu/lunch/.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your lunch request by 11/08/19.
This event is available for in-person attendance only.
CLE credit has been applied for this session.
Please RSVP by Friday, November 8, 2019.
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