Exterro's E-Discovery & Privacy Breakdown // Kristin Kolasinski

The world of E-Discovery & Privacy is constantly changing – let us break it down for you with a weekly dose of News, Resources, Case Law, and Humor, all written in a concise and easy to understand format.

3rd Annual E-Discovery Day Lineup of Events and Webinars Are Now Available!

Created on October 13, 2017


Marketing Communications & Events Manager at Exterro

Exterro -- in partnership with Above the Law, Association of E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), Bloomberg Law, BrightTALK, EDRM Duke Law, Georgetown Law CLE, Legal Technology Professionals Institute (LTPI), and University of Florida Levin College of Law -- is excited to announce the initial lineup of events and webinars for the 3rd annual E-Discovery Day! E-Discovery Day is an industry-wide, vendor neutral celebration of E-Discovery’s vital and growing role in the legal process. There are currently five educational webinars scheduled on December 1, 2017. In addition, in-person educational and networking events are scheduled in... Read More

Legal Project Management and Exterro at ILTACON 2016

Created on September 12, 2016


Marketing Communications & Events Manager at Exterro

The Exterro team attended ILTACON 2016 a few weeks ago, and it was another very successful event – hats off to the ILTA team for hosting a wonderful educational event and trade show in a great location! Bill Piwonka at Exterro summed up ILTACON by saying, “ILTA is known for having really strong educational sessions. I’ve been pleasantly surprised at the number and quality of sessions dedicated to legal project management.” At Exterro we talk about project management quite a bit – we fundamentally believe that E-Discovery (and other legal processes)... Read More

What We Do; What People Think We Do: E-Discovery In Pop Culture

Created on October 29, 2015


Marketing Communications & Events Manager at Exterro

Over the past few months, popular culture has given those of us working in e-discovery a few good examples to explain what we all do for a living. The most glaring (and talked about) is Hilary Clinton and her emails from her time as Secretary of State. Just type 'Hilary Clinton' into Google and the first suggestion after her name is 'email'. Not only is there the security issue of using a private email server, but also the process by which her emails were preserved, destroyed, and ultimately provided to the... Read More