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FTI Consulting Showcases Thought Leadership on Key E-discovery Trends at Legaltech New York Conference
“The legal industry is undergoing major transformation, and these sessions will provide legal professionals with practical advice on the technology, workflows and skills necessary to get ahead,” said
All of FTI Technology’s panel sessions will be held in the
Protecting the Company’s Crown Jewels in the Age of Information Security Threats (
Is all enterprise data created equal? If not, should all enterprise data have the same protections? Well-publicized data breaches, from customer credit card data to employee health records, highlight the increasing need for companies to better secure truly sensitive data. Developing a tiered approach to protecting the company’s “crown jewels” can help reduce costs as well as reduce the risk of future breaches. Hear from a panel of industry experts, including in-house legal and information governance executives, as they discuss the different strategies at work with a “crown jewels” approach and practical steps your organization can take to minimize information security threats.
Jake Frazier, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology Michael Lisi, Director of Litigation Support, Fidelity Investments
- Sylvan "Sibito" H Morley III, Vice President of IT Infrastructure and Operations,
DaVita Kidney Care Gail Rodgers, Partner, DLA Piper Jason Stearns, Director, BlackRock
Using Analytics in E-discovery; Swim Instead of Sink in the Era of Big Data (
Many generally understand the concept of analytics, but don’t know how to apply these technology advancements to achieve practical benefits during the e-discovery process. Data mining technology and the visual representation of mined data offer a paradigm shift for how legal teams can uncover key facts. These technologies can quickly and effectively reveal the small subset of critical data in a universe of hundreds of millions of emails, effectively circumventing comprehensive review or greatly accelerating the review process. Attendees will learn about common analytical and visualization technology and how practitioners are applying these tools to speed fact-finding and reduce e-discovery costs.
Kathryn McCarthy, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology Nia Castelly, Discovery Counsel, Sandra Rampersaud, Litigation Attorney, Cravath Jessica Ross, Vice President, Litigation & Regulatory, Deutsche Bank
Advice from Counsel: How Legal Departments are Innovating & Disrupting the E-discovery Process (
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Sophie Ross, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology Marla Bergman, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Goldman Sachs Kelly Clay, Senior Counsel and Director of Information Management, GlaxoSmithKline
- Magistrate Judge
Paul Singh Grewal, Northern Districtof California Dera J. Nevin, Director of E-Discovery Services, Proskauer Rose LLP Jessica Richheimer, Associate, Ropes & Gray
For more information on these sessions and the panelists or about FTI Technology, please visit the FTI Technology website.
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