Part Two: Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Session for Corporate Law Departments
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Part Two: Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Session for Corporate Law Departments

When: Thursday, June 18, 2020
4:00-5:30 PM ET
Where: United States
Contact: ACEDS Customer Service

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The ACEDS Chapters of Chicago, Denver, NY Metro, and Orange County have collaborated on a new three-part interactive online series that will provide attendees an in-depth look into Microsoft Office 365 and eDiscovery for law firms and corporations.

In Part Two, we will conduct a deep-dive session into Microsoft Office 365’s E3 Core eDiscovery and E5 Advanced Discovery offerings.  We will review how to manage cases and custodian lists, set preservation, create and track Legal Hold Notifications, and search and review data before preparing for downstream activities.  We will demonstrate key Core and Advanced eDiscovery functionality and discuss what happens to your data after export.

The sessions are intended to be interactive with audience questions and comments welcomed throughout the presentations. 


Jennifer KnoxJennifer Knox
Director, Discovery Consulting

Jennifer is a Director in the Consilio Consulting Group. Jennifer’s broad data analytics and eDiscovery industry experience includes technical product and service delivery, largely in the Financial Services space. In these roles, Jennifer worked closely with Legal, Records Management, and Information Security teams to drive Legal and Information Governance technology strategy, while protecting critical enterprise information.

In her current role, Jennifer works with Consilio’s enterprise clients on a variety of eDiscovery and data management issues including sensitive data analytics, document categorization, and Office365 cloud functionality. Jennifer frequently speaks on these topics to clients and at industry events.

Jennifer previously managed the teams responsible for Consilio’s world-class operational and technology solutions, delivering fast, accurate, secure, and scalable data solutions for clients. Additionally, Jennifer managed Legal Technology application development teams tasked with the delivery of patented technology to Legal, Compliance and Regulatory Audit divisions.

Ed LawrenceEd Lawrence

Edward’s career has been focused on providing and managing staff and complex matters to ensure seamless and efficient use of technology and solutions available within the industry. Edward excels at providing hands-on guidance and strategic influence in providing forward thinking analysis and consultative approaches to clients.

Edward is responsible for helping corporal legal department and law firms manage their litigation needs and provide analysis and recommendations in dealing with budgeting, workflow implementation and litigation technology needs.

Karlene Edwards, JD, RCA, RCUKarlene Edwards, JD, RCA, RCU
Cybersecurity eDiscovery Analyst
Sempra Energy

Karlene Edwards is a Cybersecurity eDiscovery Analyst at Sempra Energy. Karlene has over 5 years of experience as an eDiscovery Litigation Project Manager and 9 years of experience as an eDiscovery Attorney. Karlene also worked internationally as a Litigation Manager for QuisLex in Hyderbad, India.

Prior to working in eDiscovery Litigation, Karlene worked as an Assistant City Solicitor for the City of Philadelphia, litigating child abuse, mental health and housing health code violation cases.

In her current role as a Cybersecurity eDiscovery Analyst, Karlene is responsible for collection, processing, searching and production for litigation and regulatory matters for Sempra Energy. Karlene is a Relativity Certified Administrator, Relativity Certified User and an Ipro Certified Trainer.

Karlene holds a Juris Doctorate from Villanova University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Sociology from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

Marla A. MohrMarla A. Mohr
Connect Mohr Legal Consultants

A former litigation paralegal, Marla has worked in legal publishing, court reporting, filings, e-discovery and legal technology. An MCLE speaker and panelist, she is known for her fun, interactive educational seminars. Marla loves technology, putting the puzzle together, finding the solution and helping people. Her focus is now consulting with small firms in technology, vendor management and marketing.

Marla is active in many legal associations as either a board member or a participating member. In addition, she is also on the board of directors for her high school alumni association to help raise money for the school.

Marla received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the Pacific and her paralegal certification from the University of California – Irvine. A native of San Diego, she is also an avid San Diego sports fan, event planner and outdoor enthusiast.

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