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Upcoming Webcasts

2014 Proxy Season Wrap Up

June 4, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Bloomberg BNA

To gain a better understanding of the hot topics and developments from this year’s proxy season, please join InsideCounsel for this live, interactive webcast sponsored by Bloomberg BNA.


Archived Webcasts

In-House Counsel Survey Results – Top Three Trends in E-Discovery

March 26, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Guidance Software

This webinar will present the findings of this recent study. A recognized panel of experts will provide context on why these trends are important and considerations in deploying in-house review as well as strategies for supporting the Cloud and BYOD technologies.

Defending Your Preservation Strategy

March 17, 2014 at 1:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Legal Hold Pro

Attend this webcast to learn the 10 steps to take when responding to a spoliation accusation; why cooperation and transparency trump zealous advocacy; when and how to get the court to guide and 'pre-approve' your strategy; and how to identify common points-of-failure in even mature preservation plans.

Advice from Counsel: The Emerging Corporate Playbook

March 5, 2014 at 1:00 pm ET
Sponsored by FTI Technology

Attend this webcast to learn emerging best practices for the big three data management challenges: high data volumes, the “bring your own device” (BYOD) environment, and collecting data from the cloud. You'll also learn how corporations are addressing these challenges, including the processes corporations are bringing in-house or opting to outsource and what impact, if any, information governance programs are having on e-discovery.

Is the best defense a good offense? How to proactively manage information governance to control eDiscovery

January 23, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Autonomy

The sheer volume of enterprise data is permanently affecting how organizations prepare for eDiscovery. Even with advanced predictive analytics, it is fast becoming a mathematical impossibility to respond quickly and efficiently to a legal matter when nets are cast wide across many data silos.

The eDiscovery Implications of the Newly Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

January 16, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Globanet

Join this interactive webcast, sponsored by Globanet, and gain a better understanding of these issues. Attend this online-only event and hear from the honorable Brooke Wells, U.S. District Court- District of Utah, Shawn Cheadle, General Counsel of Military Space - Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., Anne Kershaw, Co-owner and Managing Director of Knowledge Strategy Solutions, LLC™, and Philip Favro, Litigation Counsel, as they spotlight the key FRCP changes, their implications on the eDiscovery processes, and the role of technology in addressing these changes.

The Federal Trade Commission on Fraud, Deception, & Data Privacy Enforcement Actions

December 12, 2013 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Symantec

Join attorney Katherine E. McCarron, from the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Privacy and Identity Protection and Matthew D. Nelson, eDiscovery Counsel Symantec, for an in depth discussion of the FTC’s efforts to protect consumer's data privacy rights through increased monitoring and enforcement activities.

Privacy, Data Breaches and CyberSecurity: The Plot Thickens

December 5, 2013 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Bloomberg Law

For a department that can be notoriously slow in the adoption of new software and monitoring techniques, the IT space can be a complicated one to navigate. To gain a better understanding of your company’s risks and the strategies it can employ to stop them, join us for this live, interactive webcast sponsored by Bloomberg Law.

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: How Upcoming Changes Will Alter Litigation & eDiscovery Strategies

October 31, 2013 at 1:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Legal Hold Pro

For those watching trends in electronic discovery, the debate about proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to address concerns over the rising costs of preservation and risk of spoliation sanctions have been under discussion for more than two years. On June 3, 2013, the Judicial Conference of the United States’ Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure voted to approve the proposed amendments to the FRCP for public comment, a key step on their path toward adoption. The proposed amendment is designed to provide more significant protection against inappropriate sanctions, and also to reassure those who might in its absence be inclined to over-preserve to guard against the risk that they would confront serious sanctions.

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