Pitfalls and Potholes to Avoid in Your eDiscovery Projects
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Pitfalls and Potholes to Avoid in Your eDiscovery Projects

When: Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
1-2 PM ET
Where: United States
Contact: ACEDS Customer Service

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If you’ve conducted discovery for litigation, investigations or audits, you know that “Murphy’s Law” dictates that a number of “pitfalls” and “potholes” could occur that can derail your project. These issues can add considerable cost to your discovery effort through unexpected rework and also cause you to miss important deadlines or even incur the wrath of a judge for not following accepted rules and principles for discovery. This webcast* will discuss some of the most common “pitfalls” and “potholes” that you can encounter during the discovery life cycle and how to address them to keep your discovery project on track.

Webcast Highlights

  • Avoiding the Mistake in Assuming that Discovery Begins When the Case is Filed
  • How to Proactively Address Inadvertent Privilege Productions
  • Up Front Planning to Reduce Review Costs
  • How to Avoid Getting Stuck with a Bad Production from Opposing Counsel
  • Understanding Your Data to Drive Discovery Decisions
  • Minimizing Potential ESI Spoliation Opportunities
  • Ways to Avoid Potential Data Breaches
  • How to Avoid Processing Mistakes that Can Slow You Down
  • Common Searching Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
  • Techniques to Increase Review Efficiency and Effectiveness
  • Checklist of Items to Ensure a Smooth and Accurate Production

* Submitted for MCLE in Texas


Doug Austin, VP of Ops and Professional Services, CloudNine
At CloudNine, Doug manages professional services consulting projects for CloudNine clients. Doug has over 25 years of experience providing consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients.

Karen DeSouza, Director of Review Services and a Professional Services Consultant, CloudNine
Karen is a licensed attorney in Texas and has over 15 years of legal experience. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies - American Jurisprudence.

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