Legal Hold 2.0 for Defensible E-Discovery

Exterro webcast Series

Best practices for creating a defensible legal hold process

Even with a basic legal hold tool in place, maintaining a defensible e-discovery process can be a difficult task, particularly for highly litigious organizations. Time and time again, those who think they are prepared are regularly sanctioned by the courts for not being able to demonstrate the necessary steps were taken when issuing, monitoring, tracking and documenting legal holds. In this webcast, e-discovery experts Chris Garber from Allergan and John Barkett from Shook Hardy & Bacon will review the steps Allergan has taken to create a defensible legal hold process. The experts will also provide insights into how to implement best practices beyond the basics, including:

  • Understanding recent case law of past, sanctionable mistakes by in-house legal teams
  • Applying a need-to-know checklist of legal hold requirements  
  • Leveraging advances in technology for automating legal hold tasks and activities
Building Blocks for a Defensible In-House E-Discovery Process Mandatory Requirements for Legal Hold Software
Guest Speakers:
John Barkett, Esq.

speaker-garberChris Garber, Esq.
E-Discovery Manager
Photo: Scott Giordano Scott Giordano, Esq.
Corporate Technology Counsel