InsideCounsel webcasts are live web broadcasts that allow you to hear a knowledgeable speaker while viewing presentation slides. Past webcasts are also available for playback.
March 11, 2015 at 2:00 pm ET
Big Brother meets Big Data. High-profile information breaches and mounting consumer concerns over privacy protection flood the headlines everyday. Current trends demand that companies improve their privacy and data security standards, not only to avoid a potential cyber breach, but also to protect their bottom line.
December 4, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Exterro and Actiance
E-Discovery requirements and case law continue to rapidly evolve, as do the technologies that allow legal and IT teams manage the process. Whether it’s addressing complex data, such as social media and mobile devices, exponentially growing data volumes or inefficient manual processes, each organization has its own set of objectives and requirements. In this webcast, leading e-discovery experts will share their “in-the-trenches” expertise and use cases that can help you better define and advance your e-discovery practice.
August 13, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by AccessData
Law firms are a well-known point of weakness for the world's most sensitive data. While their clients go to great lengths to protect data and are required by regulation and statute to do so, firms often do little to shield their clients' information from breach and in fact actively engage in practices that expose it unnecessarily. Join this panel to learn the legal lay of the land and to see if you (or the law firms you work with) are the weakest link. We'll also discuss how you can implement simple practices and technological solutions to shield yourself not only from breaches, but from sanctions and lost business.
July 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm ET
Sponsored by FTI Technology
Are you running the most efficient version of your legal review software and making your teams productive as quickly as possible? Join this webcast to assess your process and learn a few simple ways to cut down on the time and resources needed to drive a document review.
July 23, 2014 at 2:00 pm ET
Sponsored by Recommind
Changes are in the works for the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that are designed to streamline the discovery process, encourage adversarial cooperation, and address the continuing problems associated with the preservation of electronically stored information. Getting beyond the hype, litigants and lawyers need to understand how these changes will impact the eDiscovery process and what steps they should take to address them.