Legal teams are often faced with a common e-discovery conundrum: to collect or to not collect data? On one hand, you don’t want to risk spoliation, but at the same time, you want to take a proportional e-discovery approach. Not long ago, you didn’t have a technology middle ground that empowered you to ensure defensibility while remaining proportional.
In this webcast, get a primer on what in-place preservation is and how legal teams are leveraging this type of technology to support both their defensibility and efficiency objectives.
NOTE: This session will be product agnostic, and not feature specific vendor products or demos.
Bobbi serves as a managing director for HBR Consulting and has over 25 years of experience delivering strategic, operations and technology services to Fortune 500 law departments and law firms. Bobbi is an expert in designing and applying innovative approaches to managing e-Discovery with an emphasis on defensible approaches to applying artificial intelligence-enable technologies. She specializes in guiding organizations to develop strategies to align discovery services and litigation support functions to business needs and goals, and works with organizations to develop sustainable approaches to providing services.
Bobbi’s career has included working for law firms, service providers and advisory firms. Prior to joining HBR Consulting, she was the director of consulting and analytics at RenewData and an executive director with Ernst & Young’s Forensic Technology Discovery Services Practice.
She is an active member of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1) and was a member of the drafting team for Sedona’s Commentary on Applying Proportionality in Electronic Discovery. Bobbi is a renowned thought leader in the legal industry and has authored numerous reports, including an Artificial Intelligence Resource Guide and numerous survey reports relating to litigation support strategy. She is a frequent contributor to industry publications and events.
She began her career in the U.S. Air Force. Over the course of her legal career she has lived and worked in Texas, Hawaii, Colorado and presently resides in Virginia.
Mike Hamilton, J.D.
Director – E-Discovery Programs
Mike Hamilton is the Director of E-Discovery at Exterro and has been involved in e-discovery for over 5 years. With a legal and business background, Mike is experienced and passionate about creating thoughtful, out-of-the-box educational resources that help keep legal teams interested and on top of emerging need to know e-discovery issues. Mike graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law.
Information Security Director of Forensic Technology
Chris is the Head of Global eDiscovery, Digital Forensics Incident Response, and Information Governance for Juniper Networks based out of Silicon Valley. Chris’ team owns all aspects of civil forensics, cyber forensics and incident response, eDiscovery, international data privacy, data loss prevention, and digital governance.
As a leading innovator in the legal and regulatory technology space, Chris is well known for developing custom defensible solutions to solve complex business problems such as fully cloud based forensics environments, data handling in privacy strict regions via automation, robust data loss prevention programs that comply with all international data privacy regulations.