Guidance Software webinar on 29 January: Defensible eDiscovery Workflow: Four Real-World Scenarios

Guidance Software is presenting a webinar on 29 January called Defensible eDiscovery Workflow: Four Real-World Scenarios.

Guidance Software owns the EnCase range of products designed for the the forensically-sound collection of digital evidence and its subsequent management. Its products include EnCase Forensic, EnCase Enterprise and EnCase eDiscovery as well as growing range of products for security and incident response purposes, including EnCase Cybersecurity and EnCase Security Analytics. Guidance Software also provides a range of services covering the same subjects.

The services side emphasises that, although the right technology is critical, how it is used dictates not only its value as evidence and other legal matters, but also the efficiency of the process.

This webinar will use real-world scenarios from industry leaders to look at the best practices which have evolved through the use of a case in HR investigations, regulatory cases and litigation of all kinds.

The webinar will cover:

  • A standard e-discovery workflow that can be tailored to your business
  • Examples of how real companies conquered specific e-discovery process challenges
  • Legal requirements and how those can be translated into IT implementations

The presenters are

Chad McManamy, Assistant General Counsel, Guidance Software

Daniel Smyth, Principal Consultant, EnCE, EnCEP, Guidance Software

Jason Pickens, Principal Consultant, EnCE, EnCEP, Guidance Software

Registration is here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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