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March 21, 2013

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NOTE: ON DEMAND WEBINARS ARE NO LONGER CLE ELIGIBLE

One Hour 30 Minutes

What's Keeping You Up At Night?

Join us for an interactive and thought provoking discussion with our panel of law firm CIOs who will dialog about key issues keeping them awake at night. Hear how these CIOs are responding to today's challenges and opportunities, focusing on the implementation of new enterprise technologies and improving workplace business processes to bringing in new laterals or acquired law offices. We will look at managing organizational change when it comes to making the initiatives widely adopted and successful firm-wide.

Moderator:
Gina Buser

Gina Buser,
Principal & CEO,
Traveling Coaches, Inc.


Speakers:    
Ash Banerjee

Ash Banerjee,
Chief Information Officer,
WilmerHale

Jeff Rovner

Jeff Rovner,
Managing Director for Information,
O'Melveny & Myers LLP

Judi Flournoy

Judi Flournoy,
CIO,
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

One Hour

Transforming the Law Firm through Big Data and Analytics

Sponsored by


Hear from a panel of thought-leader from top law firms as they describe how they are transforming their pricing and operations practices through the use of industry benchmarks and analytics.

Moderator:
Holly Montalvo

Holly Montalvo,
National Sales Director, Law Firms,
TyMetrix


Speakers:      
Steven Campbell

Steven Campbell,
Chief Operating Officer, 
Dykema Gossett

Carla Goldstein

Carla Goldstein,
Chief Strategic Innovations Officer,
Seyfarth Shaw

Bob Menefee

Bob Menefee,
Director Practice Management,
Bracewell & Giuliani

Peter Secor

Peter Secor,
Director of Strategic Pricing,
Pepper Hamilton


One Hour

Mobility Balance in Law

Sponsored by


As more law firms embrace the collaboration and productivity gains of a BYOD (bring your own device) approach to mobility, it is becoming increasingly important to have the policies and systems in place to secure and set user policy around personal devices.  Law firms need to offer its lawyers the same access to corporate email and information on the road as in the office but are well aware of the legal ramifications of a mobile strategy gone wrong.  The topic of this presentation will be the balancing act of managing and securing mobile devices and client privilege data while maintaining personal preferences and user experience.  Effective mobile strategies and best practices will also be discussed to help stay ahead of these trends and create a successful mobility balance.

Speakers:  
Michelle Nichols

Michelle Nichols,
Mobility Solution Architect,
CDW

Darin Adcock

Darin Adcock, 
IT Director, 
Dowling Aaron Incorporated


One Hour

Reducing Costs with Advanced Review Strategies - Prioritization for 100% Review

Sponsored by


Legal departments are struggling for ways to reduce, or at least stop growth in their legal budgets. One of the obvious targets for cost reduction is the cost of responding to eDiscovery, including the cost of in-house or external attorney review for relevance and privilege. The RAND Institute for Civil Justice published a 2012 study that points out the cost of legal review for privilege and responsiveness costs an average of $0.73 for every dollar spent on eDiscovery.

This webinar will discuss how organizations are utilizing advanced review strategies to prioritize documents for more comprehensive Early Case Assessment (ECA) and to save money when performing the review of an entire document corpus.

Advanced review strategies discussed in this webinar include:

  • A typical linear review process
  • Predictive Coding workflows
  • Document Prioritization for 100% Review
  • The cost savings of Prioritization vs. Linear Review
Speakers:  
Denise Backhouse

Denise Backhouse, 
of Counsel,
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, New York

Bill Tolson

Bill Tolson, 
Subject Matter Expert/Evangelist, Information Governance, eDiscovery,
Recommind

One Hour

Addressing the Big Data Dilemma:  Deletion, Automation and Managing Legal Risk

Sponsored by


How can an organization manage their legal obligations in today’s world of big data challenges? How do you effectively govern information when any employee can share company data on drop box, or fill an entire library with just the data they store on a smartphone?  How can a firm satisfy its fiduciary responsibility without the ability to defensibly retain and dispose of astronomical amounts of its clients’ data?  This session explores strategies to increase transparency, reduce cost and complexity, and holistically manage diverse sources and extreme data volumes through advanced analytics, automated policy control and classification.

Moderator:
Brian Weiss

Brian Weiss, 
VP Information Governance, 
HP Autonomy


Speakers:    
Ron Hedges

Hon. Ron Hedges, Former US Magistrate Judge

Jason R. Baron

Jason R. Baron, 
Director of Litigation,
National Archives and Records Administration

Barry Murphy

Barry Murphy, 
Co-Founder, Principal Analyst,
 
eDJ Group, Inc


One Hour

Cybersecurity Risks from the Legal Perspective – Understanding Cyber Risk and Preparing a Response Plan

Sponsored by


From activist hackers to identity thieves, corporate espionage to foreign states, and even disgruntled employees or simply accidental employee misuse, organizations in both the public and private sectors are facing ever increasing risks to their IT networks and customer data.  Addressing these threats is not simply an IT or security matter.  An appropriate response requires considering the legal and other organizational risks as well.  In-house and outside counsel need to ensure their organizations and clients are implementing robust cybersecurity programs that appropriately address risk.

Lawyers must assess the legal ramifications of a data breach, including lawsuits from shareholders or customers.  What are the jurisdictional challenges of a data breach?  When and how does a breach need to be disclosed to customers or the general public?  In regulated industries, such as banking and healthcare, what regulations must be considered for customer or patient data?

Join this session to learn critical steps to address and respond to cyber risks to protect your company and clients.  Discover key points to include in creating a plan to deal with a breach when it occurs.

Speakers:  
Chad McManamy

Chad McManamy, 
Assistant General Counsel,
 
Guidance Software

Josh Beckett

Josh Beckett,
Product Manager, Cybersecurity,
G
uidance Software





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