QDiscovery Webinar: Where There’s Smoke…Conducting Effective Internal Investigations

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Internal investigations are a common occurrence for corporate legal departments. They may be triggered by the departure of disgruntled employees, the potential loss of trade secrets, harassment claims, security breaches, or other events. Done well an investigation puts you back in control, allowing you to set the course for your response. An effective investigation allows you to make decisions based on facts and data to provide cost predictability and even real cost savings. Done poorly an internal investigation can be a costly, drawn out distraction.

How effective are your internal investigations? Are you proactive or just reacting to the situation?

Discover the elements of an effective investigation and learn to create a framework to manage your organization’s investigations.

Our experts will review common situations that call for an internal investigation and the type of investigation recommended for each situation. We will provide best practices for mitigating risk through a defensible investigation process. We’ll offer guidelines on selecting your team – who should (and shouldn’t) be involved internally as well as when and how to bring in an expert investigator. Our presentation will provide practical advice on how to conduct investigations, when to keep them under the radar internally and how to prepare for potential litigation.

Join the webinar to learn how to conduct an effective internal investigation so you can respond rather than just react.


Yaniv Schiff
Director of Digital Forensics

As Director of Digital Forensics at QDiscovery, Yaniv Schiff leads all digital forensic investigative and technical consulting services and is the lead testifying expert for most digital forensics cases involving trade secret theft, high profile investigations and matters involving spoliation. He is credentialed as a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE), is a current member of High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and has served as an adjunct professor at Loyola University teaching digital forensics.

Curtis Collette
Solutions Architect

Curtis Collette is a proven eDiscovery professional whose experience includes more than 10 years in corporations developing, implementing, and executing programs to respond to immediate requirements while enhancing capabilities to address future challenges. As Solutions Architect for QDiscovery he partners with clients and internal teams on the efficient definition and delivery of services with the best mix of processes, people, and technology.