By Tim Rollins
Public organizations, ranging from local, state, and federal governmental agencies to institutions of higher education, are facing increasing challenges in terms of e-discovery requirements and open records requests. The numbers of requests, data sources, and data volumes are all increasing much faster than these organizations' budgets. And to be honest, the challenges are not that different at enterprises either, as legal and compliance departments get viewed as cost centers that need to learn how to "do more with less." Fortunately, a combination of improved processes and appropriate technology can help solve these problems.
In an upcoming webcast with two members of the University of Colorado's team, we'll hear from both the legal and information technology side about how they leveraged their skills, best practices, and e-discovery technology to update and optimize their e-discovery and open record request processes. Register here to join us on March 14, 2019, at 1:00 pm ET/10:00 am PT to hear from Leonid Balaban, CEDS, IT Security Analyst, and Tanya Cohen, CEDS, Litigation Support Manager as they discuss:
- How the University of Colorado assessed their previous e-discovery and open records request activities
- Where they identified opportunities to improve them
- How legal and IT effectively collaborate to meet their legal and regulatory obligations for e-discovery and open records requests.