Extract from Sam Bock’s article “Preservation on Pennsylvania Avenue: e-Discovery Training at the White House”
There are e-discovery trainings. And then there are e-discovery trainings at the White House.
On February 13, ACEDS faculty visited the Executive Office of the President to provide onsite, tailored e-discovery training for White House staff. The training team—Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad from ACEDS, Shannon Bales of FTI Consulting, and David Greetham of Ricoh USA—delivered a full day of content on e-discovery basics to the 26 staff members in attendance.
We spoke to David Greetham about the experience. Following are his takeaways on the uniqueness of e-discovery for the Executive Office, why collaboration across disciplines is critical for every kind of organization, and how it felt to visit Washington, D.C.