What makes a great legal hold process? We all know that preservation of evidence is the precursor to ediscovery and all ensuing negotiations and court proceedings. But how you recognize and respond to a preservation obligation can have long-lasting effects!
By putting in place a preservation plan, you will improve your team’s responsiveness and efficiency, ensure greater consistency and repeatability, and improve your defensibility should your process ever be called into question.
In this webcast, we will show you step-by-step how to implement an effective preservation plan. We’ll guide you through the elements that should be included in your plan, best practices for implementing the plan, and steps for continuous improvement. Plus, you’ll get a handy checklist to take home with you!
Customer Success Manager
Lauren has been part of the Zapproved team for 5 years. For most of that time, she has been a Customer Success Manager, working with organizations of all sizes to develop their legal hold & data preservation procedures. Lauren has experience working with customers to gather requirements, conduct internal policy reviews, and develop and validate their ediscovery processes.
Ebony has been an attorney in the eDiscovery group at Abbott for the past 5 years. She is responsible for advising and engaging with attorneys (internal and external), paralegals, vendors, and IT personnel to assist with and manage all aspects of the eDiscovery process in connection with, litigation matters, internal investigations, international investigations and litigation, and regulatory matters. Before joining Abbott, Ebony worked in private practice and local government where she was engaged in a wide range of litigation and regulatory matters including, investigations, insurance, environmental, financial, marketing/advertising, and complex municipal, civil and commercial cases. She received her B.A. in English Literature from the University of Michigan and her J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School.