ACEDS Twin Cities Chapter: Data Collection: An In-House Perspective
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ACEDS Twin Cities Chapter: Data Collection: An In-House Perspective

When: Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
12-1 PM CT
Where: 5th Street Towers
3rd Floor Conference Center (hosted by Bowman and Brooke)
Minneapolis, Minnesota 
United States
Contact: Customer Service

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Join the ACEDS Twin Cities Chapter for an education panel "Data Collection: An In-House Perspective on Best Practices and Lessons Learned," moderated by Eric Mandel. Sponsored by OpenText + Catalyst. 


Danya Munsch
Vice President and Discovery Project Manager
U.S. Bank

Dayna is an Enterprise Subject Matter expert on discovery, providing strategic advice and counsel to business line(s), in-house litigation and government investigation attorneys and outside counsel on discovery issues related to the most significant and complex litigation matters, government and regulatory requests and investigations across all business lines.

Joel Bothof
Principal eDiscovery Specialist

Joel has extensive eDiscovery experience and currently works as part of the eDiscovery and legal ops teams at Medtronic.  In this position, he supports the inside litigation counsel and investigations groups in a wide range of data and discovery needs.  His responsibilities include: oversight of preferred providers for processing, hosting, review and production; overall discovery strategy, including best practices; legal hold and collection management; and guidance on process and technology selection for review.  Joel works closely with the forensic lab, IT security and outside counsel teams to coordinate, manage and streamline these services and processes.

Mark Burns
Senior eDiscovery Manager, Litigation Support
Boston Scientific

Mark Burns is Sr. eDiscovery Manager for the Chief Litigation Office at Boston Scientific Corporation.  Mr. Burns is responsible for the eDiscovery team which manages the identification, preservation, collection, processing, and review of data for product liability, IP and employment litigation; government investigations; and other corporate litigation disputes.  He also manages the relationships with eDiscovery and review vendors.   In this role, Mr. Burns was responsible for bringing data processing in-house, implementing a legal hold system, implementing a new collection tool suite, and performing process analysis on end-to-end eDiscovery process and implemented Lean principles for improving efficiency and quality.  

Sponsored By: OpenText + Catalyst

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