Some people believe that the written word will eventually be replaced by multi-media, and we are seeing more audio and video files in eDiscovery sets. Where will you find these files, and how will you review them? Are you including social media, surveillance cameras, customer support call recordings, and other non-text data sources in your production requests? Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project will moderate a discussion about this ever-more-prevalent challenge.
- Ensure potential evidence is included in your data set.
- Identify non-conventional sources of discoverable data.
- Incorporate specialized technologies to protect admissibility.
- Maintain your proven workflows while incorporating new data types.
Chris Dale | Founder and Manager | eDisclosure Information Project
Chris Dale founded and has managed the eDisclosure Information Project since 2007. His authoritative and objective web site and blog on the subject of e-discovery / e-disclosure disseminates information about court rules, problems, and technology, to lawyers and their clients, judges, and suppliers. He is also a well-known speaker and commentator in the UK, the US and any jurisdiction which requires electronic discovery of documents. Before turning to commentary on electronic disclosure / discovery, Chris qualified as an English solicitor in 1980, was a litigation partner in London and then a litigation software developer and litigation support consultant.
Ian Campbell | Chief Executive Officer and Founder | iCONECT Development LLC
Ian Campbell is Chief Executive Officer and Founder of iCONECT Development LLC, a global market leader that produces the user-friendly, innovative eDiscovery software platform, iCONECT-XERA. With more than 20 years of strategic product development in the litigation support field, Ian has consulted on major international legal projects to help firms achieve their long-range business goals. He is a frequent industry spokesperson, who has shared his experiences and expert commentary with audiences for the American Bar Association, LegalTech, ILTA, AIIM, IQPC, Marcus-Evans, and other legal and management groups around the world.
Robert DeBord | Director of Hosted Solutions | New Jersey Legal
Robert (Bob) has been with New Jersey Legal since 2007 and is currently the Director of Hosted Solutions. In that role, his responsibilities include planning, organizing, oversight, coordination, and operations of eDiscovery and hosting solutions. Bob is a frequent contributor to the iCONECT-XERA development roadmap by way of product feedback and feature requests, many of which have been added to the platform to boost productivity and improve the user experience. Bob built and manages NJL’s Support Department and spends part of his time working directly with clients to solve their support issues.