Both mainstream and industry news these days is chock full of stories about data breaches, privilege goof-ups, ransomware attacks, spoliation and general incompetence in technology. If you don’t want to be the next headline on LegalTech News, you should attend this webinar! We’ll be tackling these issues head-on with an exciting panel discussion on Ethics in eDiscovery with Becky Sullwold (Polaris Industries); Mary Novacheck (Bowman and Brooke); and Marc Zamsky (Compliance Discovery Solutions). They’ll discuss general ethical concerns, confidentiality and competency requirements, recent cases and blunders and how law firms, corporations and eDiscovery partners can work together to prevent the worst-case scenario.
Partner & Leader
Bowman and Brooke's eDiscovery practice
Mary partners her eDiscovery practice with the firm’s role as National Coordinating Counsel in mass tort, class actions and multidistrict litigation. She has litigated motions to compel in multiple state and federal courts on a variety of eDiscovery issues. She has worked extensively defending product liability manufacturers in a wide variety of industries.
Paralegal and Manager of Product
Among many other responsibilities, Becky manages litigation in products liability, warranty, business and commercial, trademark and patent, which includes partnering closely with IT, in-house counsel, outside counsel and eDiscovery providers. This includes handling discovery responses, data preservation, collection and transfer, review, production, witness prep, mediation and trial.
Compliance Discovery Solutions
Marc has more than twenty years of experience architecting, marketing and delivering comprehensive discovery solutions to corporate legal departments and their outside counsel. He also spent 5 years practicing as a commercial litigation attorney. A particular area of expertise lies in integrating technology, analytics, document review and project management best practices to deliver Relativity, Nuix and Brainspace implementation and workflow solutions.