As an e-discovery enthusiast, it's easy to be complacent with your current legal hold process. It works and you would rather focus and improve other areas in e-discovery. But remember, the foundation of any good e-discovery program starts with preservation and the choices made there will greatly effect costs, defensibility and efficiencies in subsequent e-discovery activities.
In this upcoming webcast learn how legal professionals are leveraging new techniques and technology to automate, scope and track preservation activities, empowering them to know more sooner and reduce e-discovery expenditures.
Register for this webcast and get:
- Tips from legal professionals like yourself on how to update and streamline legal hold/preservation activities
- Examples of how legal departments have implemented legal hold/preservation improvements
- Insight on what new legal hold technology is available in the market
Tanya S. Cohen, CEDS
Manager of Litigation Operations
University of Colorado
Tanya Cohen serves as the Litigation Support Manager in the System Administration Office of University Counsel. Prior to joining the University in January 2014, Ms. Cohen worked as a litigation paralegal in private practice where she handled complex business and commercial matters such as telecommunications/FCC, intellectual property, insurance defense, corporate governance, and breach of contract. Ms. Cohen has experience nationally in both federal and state courts. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Colorado Denver, graduating with College Honors and was the recipient of the Outstanding Undergraduate award in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Gary Soliman, Esq.
State Compensation Insurance Fund
As in-house counsel for the CA State Fund, Gary practices general civil litigation with a focus on insurance and electronic discovery. He started his legal career working on document review for various firms across Southern California.
David Rohde, J.D.
Senior Director, Consulting Services
David Rohde is the senior director of consulting services for Epiq, bringing more than 19 years of experience as a courtroom litigator, legal technology project manager, and information governance expert to his role. Rohde has implemented new technologies in support of complex litigation, designed and implemented case and matter management systems, developed and implemented information governance and defensible disposition initiatives, advised on email archiving solutions, and implemented systems and processes supporting all aspects of litigation/discovery preparedness.
Mike Hamilton, J.D.
Director of 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.