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Here’s a Webcast to Learn How to Keep Production from Becoming Such a Big Production: eDiscovery Webcasts
Does it seem like eDiscovery production always seems to be such a big production? It doesn’t have to be. There are a number of steps you can take to minimize the stress, cost and rework associated with producing electronically stored information to opposing counsel as well as to ensure that their production to you is as useful as possible. Here’s a webcast that will help you learn the steps and concepts to keep your productions from turning into a big production.
Wednesday, May 29th at noon CST (1:00pm EST, 10:00am PST), CloudNine will conduct the webcast Keeping Production from Becoming a Big Production. In this one-hour webcast that’s CLE-approved in selected states, we will discuss some of the most common steps you can take during the discovery life cycle to keep your eDiscovery production on track. Topics include:
- When to Start Thinking About the Production
- Proactively Addressing Inadvertent Privilege Productions
- Up Front Planning to Reduce Your Production Burden
- Avoiding Getting Stuck with a Bad Production from Opposing Counsel
- Understanding Your Data to Drive Discovery Decisions
- Minimizing Potential ESI Spoliation Opportunities
- Eliminating Processing Mistakes that Can Slow You Down
- Common Searching Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
- Avoiding the Redaction “Epic Fail”
- Understanding Load Files and Common Issues with Them
- Ensuring a Smooth and Accurate Production Set
As always, I’ll be presenting the webcast, along with Tom O’Connor, whose white paper regarding production challenges and how to address them was published last month on the blog. To register for it, click here. Even if you can’t make it, go ahead and register to get a link to the slides and to the recording of the webcast (if you want to check it out later). If you want to learn about blockchain and how it can affect your job as a legal professional, this webcast is for you!
Also, just a reminder that CloudNine will be the Scarlett sponsor of the Murder in the Manor charity fundraiser hosted by Oasis Discovery to be held May 16th at The Mansion on O Street in Washington DC (2020 O Street NW, Washington, DC 20036). CloudNine will be running the Speakeasy, where drinks will be available and a lot of fun will be had. And, all proceeds from the event will benefit the Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB), which is the largest public, non-profit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets. Remember, it’s for a great cause.
So, what do you think? Do you find your productions always turn into a big production? If so, please join us! If not, please join us anyway! And, as always, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
Sponsor: This blog is sponsored by CloudNine, which is a data and legal discovery technology company with proven expertise in simplifying and automating the discovery of data for audits, investigations, and litigation. Used by legal and business customers worldwide including more than 50 of the top 250 Am Law firms and many of the world’s leading corporations, CloudNine’s eDiscovery automation software and services help customers gain insight and intelligence on electronic data.
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