Falling off the Left Side of the EDRM:
How to Design an Information Governance framework that moves beyond eDiscovery
Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012
With concern over sanctionable spoliation at an all-time high, and with recent companies starting to recognize issues of “big data,” and its exploding data diversity, companies and law firms are looking for a comprehensive way to address risk. This webinar will explore how Companies and Counsel can design and implement Information Governance policies and procedures that can help them identify and mitigate information risk.
- Anthony J. Diana
- Mayer Brown
As a co-leader of Mayer Brown’s Electronic Discovery and Records Management group, Mr. Diana has counseled large financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers on all aspects of the discovery and management of electronic information, including: the development of policies and procedures for the preservation, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information; the development of data source catalogues, disclosures, and responses relating to electronically stored information; the remediation of large volumes of legacy data (paper and electronic); and the defense of electronic discovery procedures before federal regulators and the courts.
- Howard Sklar
- Senior Counsel
Prior to joining Recommind, Mr. Sklar was Global Trade and Anti-Corruption Strategist with Hewlett-Packard Co. At HP, he was in charge of the company's global anti-corruption compliance program. He also was counsel to the Global Trade division, giving relevant business units advice on compliance with US sanctions. Before going in-house, Mr. Sklar served 12 years as a prosecutor and regulator, first as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, NY, where he developed a specialty in computer crime investigation, and then as a senior enforcement attorney in the Branch of Internet Enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Sklar has lectured on the FCPA both nationally and internationally.