Strategies for Corporate Data Management in the Age of E-Discovery

May 19, 2011
Association of Corporate Counsel America South Florida Chapter
The Marriott Hotel - Fort Lauderdale North6650 North Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

8 to 10:30 a.m.

As companies continue to generate electronic information at a staggering rate – and with a high percentage of data existing in electronic form only – it is critical for organizations to have document management policies in place to meet the challenges of e-discovery.

This presentation will address:

  • Protocols for efficient and effective management of data, including e-mail usage and retention policies, backup procedures, compliance plans, preservation procedures and response strategies to help simplify the discovery process and reduce the risk of not meeting e-discovery litigation and investigation requirements.
  • Strategies for managing electronically stored information (ESI) through the discovery process.
  • Standardized procedures for efficient and focused collection, review and production of ESI

Regardless of size, every company must be prepared to meet e-discovery requirements, as failure to do so could lead to costly legal consequences.


David A. Greene

L.A. Perkins