Title: eDiscovery Utopia
Opening Keynote Speaker: Senior Attorney, Southern California Edison
When litigation strikes, companies have no choice but to spend considerable time and money to preserve and collect electronically stored information. Often the costs of preservation, collection, and review are compounded by a company’s lack of centralized sources and management of data. But what if, instead of having to commit such large budgets to sifting through data as litigation arises, companies devoted significant resources to reorganizing their data and encouraging (or forcing) their employees organize information in a centralized, easy-to-identify way? This address will explore how clients, lawyers, and consultants could manage data differently and how the eDiscovery rules could be changed so that we can all someday reach eDiscovery Utopia.
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