Exterro’s Podcast Series brings you recorded interviews with some of the foremost thought leaders in the legal industry. Listen to the experts as they share their experiences and provide valuable insights into the many issues faced on the e-discovery “frontlines.”
While employee movements are a routine element of modern business life, they take on critical significance in the context of e-discovery, where failing to properly track employees can very easily result in data spoliation and severe sanctions.
Presenters: Andrew Bartholomew (Exterro), Antonio Rega (FTI Technology), Scott Giordano (Exterro) In this 5-minute video, panelists from Exterro and FTI's recent webcast "Understanding the E-Discovery Implications of Employee Status Changes" recap the best practices and key takeaways for defensibly dealing with employee departures and movements at organizations.
Interview with: George Socha, Co-Founder, EDRME-Discovery luminary George Socha discusses the recent EDRM kickoff meeting, some of the exciting new projects the group is working
Interview with: Dave Walton, Member, Cozen O’ConnorAttorney and e-discovery expert Dave Walton talks targeted collections, e-discovery cost shifting and the emergence of computer-assisted review.
Interview with: Daryl Shetterly and Bill Belt, E-Discovery Solutions Practice Group, LeClair RyanAttorneys Bill Belt and Darryl Shetterly share their perspectives on how e-discovery is
Interview with: Mark Fulkert, Associate, Jones DayAttorney Mark Fulkert discusses his experiences working with clients on e-discovery projects, the role technology plays in the process
Interview with: Ralph Losey
E-discovery attorney Ralph Losey discusses a wide range of e-discovery topics, including proportionality and computer assisted review.