Corporate culture is changing. More people are working remote, meaning communication tools like Slack are increasingly being used. For in-house legal professionals this should set off alarm bells leading to this question...
For litigation purposes, how do I collect and review communications from Slack in a streamlined, defensible manner?
In this webcast, learn how Verizon Media has optimized its internal investigation and pre-litigation/e-discovery processes for data stored in Slack.
Register for this webcast and learn:
- Best practices for creating a defensible and streamlined process for handling this data
- How Exterro's e-discovery technology can help legal teams proactively analyze, collect and review data stored in Slack
Tara Jones, MBA
Legal Services Manager, E-Discovery
Motivated team-player and business process manager who institutes a project management model into every task. Extensive experience in the management of the e-discovery business process. Software implementation experience for end-to-end e-discovery software
solutions. Million-dollar annual budget management. Simultaneous multi-business process and people manager.
Bill Piwonka oversees all marketing functions for Exterro. His background is firmly rooted in B2B marketing operations. During the past 20 years, Bill has led marketing teams and initiatives spanning strategy, product marketing, product management, demand
generation, marketing communications and business development. Prior to joining Exterro, he served as the vice president of marketing at Janrain. Bill has also held marketing management positions at EthicsPoint (now NavexGlobal), Centennial Software,
Serena Software, Intel and Oracle. He earned an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds a BA in quantitative economics from Stanford University.
Director of Solution Consulting
Joe Mulenex is Director of Solution Engineering at Exterro where, as a member of Sales Department, he heads up a team of solution consultants and subject matter experts that work directly with Exterro's clients to identify needs and the appropriate solutions
for their E-Discovery and Information Governance programs.
Joe has extensive experience in e-discovery, having provided service to both corporate and law firm clients in managing multiple e-discovery projects over the last decade. Joe has served has a Special Master in multiple cases and lead the discovery work
for one of the parties in the largest litigation in US history, Deepwater Horizon. His experience includes digital forensics, ESI processing and analysis and managed review. Prior to beginning his e-discovery career, Joe had over 20 years experience
in Information Technology from operations to analysis to application development.