Join us for a special Legaltech New York preview of the new Catalyst Legal Hold platform.
It’s been almost 15 years since Judge Shira Scheindlin announced in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg that whenever an organization reasonably anticipates litigation, it has a duty to undertake reasonable and good faith actions to preserve potentially discoverable information. Since then, courts across the United States have affirmed the broad scope of this duty and cautioned that reasonable anticipation can occur long before suit is filed or a subpoena is served.
As a result, a new industry evolved to go beyond managing legal holds themselves to providing a platform for investigations, collection, processing, search, culling and preservation.
Today, smart legal professionals are adopting automated legal hold to manage their cases, communicate with custodians and cut e-discovery bills through an integrated collection and processing platform. In addition, your counterparts are slashing legal spend while reducing the risks of sanctions for spoliation in the bargain.
Our speakers will show you the Catalyst platform and cover:
- A primer on legal hold law
- Using Catalyst Legal Hold for initial notifications, surveys and investigations
- How to track notices and compliance across the globe without leaving your desk
- Automated collection tools to profile and secure data for processing and secure archives
- Ways to search preservation archives to reduce the volumes of data promoted to discovery review
All those registered will receive a link to the recording and slides, and the Catalyst’s new Legal Hold Handbook for Smart People.
Founder & CEO
John is the CEO and founder of Catalyst Repository Systems, which designs, builds and runs the world's fastest and most powerful software platform for complex e-discovery, regulatory investigations and compliance. A former trial lawyer and litigation partner with a large national law firm (20+ years), John has written or edited five books and countless articles on litigation and technology issues and has spoken before legal-technology audiences in five continents. Recently, The American Lawyer named him one of the top six e-discovery trail blazers in its issue on the “Top 50 Big Law Innovators of the Last 50 Years.” He also served as chair of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Section and was editor-in-chief of its flagship magazine Law Practice and the founder and editor of its webzine Law Practice Today.
A lawyer and data collection and preservation expert, Alon founded Seattle based company TotalDiscovery. TotalDiscovery provides a legal compliance platform to corporations, governments and law firms. Alon also works with corporations and government entities as an expert witness and consultant on legal compliance, e-discovery and information security and privacy related issues.
As a member of the leadership team at Catalyst for 15 years, Larry has been instrumental in shaping the award-winning technology. He is a key driver of innovations that enhance customer value and leads the integration of TotalDiscovery's software into the Catalyst discovery platform.
Mary is known for her skills in relationship and community building as well as for the depth of her e-discovery knowledge. Frequently sought out by media for comment on industry issues, she has spoken at venues including Gartner Symposium, the American Bar Association International Law Committee, the Association of Corporate Counsel annual conference, and others. Mary is the author of A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery, considered by many to be the first popular book on e-discovery. She is the co-editor of the Thomson Reuters West treatise, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel. Prior to joining ACEDS, Mary most recently served in a leadership role for ZyLab, a global provider of e-discovery and intelligent information governance software. Before that, she was with Fios, Inc. a provider of e-discovery services to Fortune 1,000 corporations and major law firms. A member of the Illinois State Bar, Mary received her bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne College and her law degree from Northwestern University School of Law.