Taking Control of Information - Managing Discovery

Taking Control of Information - Managing Discovery

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Recent changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) have increased risks for organizations and their IT and legal departments. These new rules are requiring that organizations prepare for litigation discovery requests on short notice. Attend this Webcast to learn how implementing a message manager for archiving, content management, electronic discovery and supervision can help your organization comply with these new regulations.

Join email strategy leader Mark Diamond as he discusses why many organizations are failing to prepare for the costs of readying paper and electronic business records, attorney reviews, counsel fees and payments for court decisions. Learn about the new FRCP requirements and how your organization can comply, including:

  • An overview of the rules and the business issues they create
  • Coping with these regulations though information identification and good housekeeping
  • Alternative strategies for addressing retention of electronic records such as e-mail messages and attachments
  • Six key points for beginning a conversation between IT and the legal department

Speakers

Mark Diamond President and CEO of Contoural, Inc.

Mark Diamond is President and CEO of Contoural, Inc.  He is also one of the industry thought leaders in proactive litigation readiness, compliance, and records information management strategies.  Diamond is a frequent industry speaker, presenting at numerous Legal and IT industry conferences as well as online venues.

Peter Pepiton II Discovery Product Manager, CA
Vendor:
CA Technologies.
Premiered:
Jun 29, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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