Reining in Escalating eDiscovery Costs:
Strategies for taking control and making it work
Date: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
How can an organization reasonably comply with legal obligations and govern and protect information when an employee can fill an entire library with the data they store on a smartphone? The proliferation of human friendly electronically stored information means traditional document discovery and review methods are no longer cost effective, let alone practical, for legal and regulatory productions. Small matters today are sinking valuable staff and outside counsel time in an ocean of email.
Please join this webinar to learn how to stem the tide of escalating costs in litigation without disrupting business. Key takeaways include strategies to:
- Regain control and efficiently manage the eDiscovery process to quickly pinpoint facts that need attention
- Understand the meaning of discoverable data to speed case assessment and reduce the data volume associated with discovery and review
- Formulate a checklist of questions for your team and counsel to identify opportunities to reduce risk and cost
- Eric T. Crespolini Esq
- Vice President of eDiscovery Technologies
Eric T. Crespolini Esq. is Vice President of eDiscovery Technologies and part of the Protect subject matter expert team for Autonomy. Mr. Crespolini brings over a decade of experience building and leading teams in delivering eDiscovery expertise to leading enterprises, information technology management and consulting, implementing enterprise-wide financial and project control systems, data warehousing, electronic collection, disaster planning, and operational process development. Prior to joining Autonomy, Mr. Crespolini held senior management positions at Clearwell Systems, Xerox, and Innovative System Design. Mr. Crespolini earned his JD from Rutgers University, a BS in Actuarial Science from St. John’s University, and holds an MBA in Corporate Finance
- Josh Gilliland, Esq.
- Bow Tie Law and The Legal Geeks
Joshua Gilliland, Esq., blogger for Bow Tie Law, one of the two attorney bloggers for The Legal Geeks, Litigation World columnist and founder of Majority Opinion LLC. Mr. Gilliland is a California attorney and nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog “Bow Tie Law.” Josh has conducted over 350 Continuing Legal Education seminars on e-Discovery from Anchorage to St. Thomas.
Josh has organized webinars with Magistrate Judge John Facciola and other e-Discovery leaders; guest lectured at McGeorge School of Law and has been published in American Lawyer Magazine and Litigation: American Bar Association, The Journal of the Section of Litigation.
Josh is highly active in the Santa Clara County Bar Association. He is the 2012-2013 Chairman of the Law Related Education Committee, which coordinates the Santa Clara County High School Mock Trial Tournament. Josh also serves on the Civil Practice Committee. Josh also proudly coaches the Santa Clara High School Mock Trial Team.
Josh founded Majority Opinion LLC in 2011 and developed The Deponent App for the iPad. Josh also ties a mean bow tie.