Building a Proactive eDiscovery Plan for Cloud Collaboration Apps
July 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
From communication tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams, to collaboration tools like Box, Dropbox, and GSuite, organizations across the globe are relying heavily on cloud applications to get their work done. This is causing enterprise data to grow at an accelerated rate, posing new challenges for legal teams. In this session, we’ll dive into the implications for eDiscovery and how to build a proactive eDiscovery plan in the age of emerging technology.
You’ll learn about:
- The importance of a proactive approach to eDiscovery
- Data and technology inventories & data hygiene
- Best practices for retention and preservation
- Legal & IT collaboration
Andrea Williams is a Managing Director in the FTI Technology segment and is based in Toronto, Canada. Ms. Williams has over fifteen years’ experience with legal services in the areas of eDiscovery, legal technology, project management, service delivery and business management.
Ms. Williams has worked with leading Canadian law firms, government and corporate clients in a wide range of industries including construction, financial, utilities, oil and gas, and technology, in support of responding to a variety of legal events including commercial litigation, arbitrations, and regulatory responses. Through her diverse background and experience, she is adept in leading the client project team in the solution design and fulfillment of complex, large-scale and time-critical end-to-end eDiscovery engagements. She is skilled at balancing the multiple stakeholders needs for technology, strategy and budget.
Scott McVeigh is the Industry Principal at Onna. For over 24 years he has been providing information governance strategies and technology implementations, both as a consultant and in-house roles. His background includes significant project and programmatic work on records management, e-discovery and information privacy for large enterprises and government clients globally.
Sean Bugler is a cloud architect for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, based in San Francisco. Previously a workplace technology and collaboration consultant, he’s worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies alike to build, optimize, and reimagine what collaboration and productivity looks like. You can find him on Twitter @sbglr.