Slack, the massively popular file sharing and messaging platform, is changing communications and discovery as we know them. That's because Slack, and similar tools, are quickly supplementing, if not replacing, email and discrete documents. Yet legal teams are used to documents, not chat rooms.
Join this webinar for a dive into how Slack is changing communications and discovery--and how you can take advantage of this new source of data.
Register now to learn:
- How Slack is changing discovery and investigations
- Why Slack could hold key data for your case
- The unique challenges Slack data poses
- How creative legal teams are leveraging Slack data during the discovery process
- Best practices for dealing with Slack data and overcoming objections, from those who’ve done it
David Slarskey is the founder of Slarskey LLC and an experienced commercial litigator with more than a decade of experience in litigation, trial, arbitration, and appellate practice. He has represented a wide range of individual and corporate clients, including entrepreneurs, large health care and pharmaceutical companies, financial guarantors and hedge funds, real estate developers, media, energy, and international interests. Prior to founding Slarskey LLC, he was Counsel in the litigation department of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, and associated with Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP. For four years running, David Slarskey has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star of Business Litigation in the New York Metro Area.
Matt is a seasoned eDiscovery expert and account manager at Logikcull where he helps law firm and enterprise customers implement efficient, defensible, and cost-effective discovery workflows. Before joining Logikcull, he worked as a director for the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, responsible for training and certification for Fortune 500 companies and leading service providers.
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Casey Sullivan is an attorney and writer based out of San Francisco, who leads Logikcull’s content and education efforts. In addition to organizing webinars, releasing white papers, and conducting industry surveys, he writes Logikcull’s news, discovery, and technology blog at logikcull.com/blog.
Mike Quartararo, CEDS
Mike Quartararo is the President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), which provides training and certification in e-discovery to the legal community. He is the author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery and has been successfully consulting in information governance, e-discovery, project management and legal technology for two decades, including 10-year stints at both Skadden Arps and Stroock. He is a certified Project Management Professional and a Certified E-Discovery Specialist. He frequently writes and speaks on e-discovery, legal operations, project management and technology topics. Reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @mikequartararo.