edTalks: Judicial Best Practices & How to Move E-Discovery In-House

New Ideas to Improve Your E-Discovery Practices

Georgetown Law CLE & Exterro have partnered to create a new legal thought leadership educational initiative called edTalks, featuring innovative and thought-provoking presentations on cutting edge e-discovery ideas, concepts and best practices. Each edTalk is only 15 minutes long, empowering you to quickly get new techniques and knowledge for re-thinking and improving your e-discovery practices. 

In this upcoming webcast, watch three separate edTalks:

  • edTalk #1: Preservation, Preparation, and Production: Judicial Perspective on Best Practices for E-Discovery
    • Decision making regarding the scope of preservation and production in the E-Discovery world can be a perilous task. Learn from a judicial perspective best practices for a collaborative approach that results in efficient and cost-effective solutions. - Presented by Hon. Kimberly Johnson
  • edTalk #2: To Seal or Not to Seal—Tough Decisions for Judges
    • In cases involving commercial issues it is common for the parties to enter into confidentiality agreements which may require a party to seek to seal any electronic document marked confidential that is filed with the court. Recent decisions require a judge to consider many matters on a document by document basis before permitting any filing to be sealed in whole or in part. - Presented by Hon. Joy Conti
  • edTalk #3: Who Wants to Save a Million Dollars in eDiscovery Costs? Why Corporate Legal Teams are Moving eDiscovery Activities In-House
    • On a regular basis, I receive phone calls from other in-house legal professionals inquiring about how to manage the increasing demand and eDiscovery expenses resulting from an ever-growing and expanding electronic document world. In this edTalk, I'll discuss our journey and reasoning for investing in e-discovery technology and staffing, bringing an end-to-end eDiscovery solution in-house and how that has empowered our organization to take control of electronic discovery demands, mitigate risk and save millions of dollars on traditionally outsourced eDiscovery tasks.

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