2020 March

We live in a rapidly changing and competitive world.  The legal industry is continually pursuing opportunities to improve client service through new acquisitions and combinations.   Information management and governance is essential to effectively accessing client information in this fast-paced age of technology.  It falls on the RIM/IG professional to ensure information is readily accessible, even in the midst of a firm combination involving differing means of managing that information. This podcast aims to provide guidance on ways to be prepared for and navigate through the acquisition/merger process from a RIM/IG perspective.

 
Speakers:
@Mary Hamm - National Information Governance Manager at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath

Moderator:
@Kathryn McRae - Director of Research and Knowledge Services at Hawkins, Delafield & Wood

As technology has evolved, so has our ability to identify, store, access and export electronic data.  This podcast will focus on the aspects of forensic preservation of electronic data from current and emerging data sources.  Considerations and recommendations are offered to assist in handling these data sources in the most defensible and efficient manner.  Today we are joined by a Senior Director with Consilio’s Digital Forensics & Expert Services practice, Robert Fried manages, investigates and performs digital evidence collections and examinations on behalf of Consilio’s clients. Robert has over 18 years of experience in digital forensics, holds numerous computer forensics industry certifications, is a licensed Private Investigator in New York and a Professional Investigator in Michigan. And we also have, As a Business Development Manager with Consilio, Sean Conlon is responsible for providing cutting edge investigatory and litigation support services for corporations, governmental agencies and AM Law firms worldwide. Sean has over twelve years of experience providing exceptional quality of service, project management and end-to-end electronic discovery solutions to his clients.

Speaker:
@Robert Fried - Senior Director with Consilio

Moderator:
@Sean Conlon - Business Development Manager with Consilio

In today’s world, technology and innovation are being used to increase value to law firms.  This podcast shows an example of how one Information Governance team that has an environment where curiosity is nurtured and empowerment to find solutions led to high collaboration across departments and end users.  With the team’s solid partnerships across departments, practice groups and administration departments, the IG team participates in exciting projects—such as dashboards, platform migrations and data validation—that, with each success, builds trust among the end users.  In turn, this confidence in the IG team’s abilities lead to seeking guidance to govern data.  Because of the symbiotic relation with the end users, this IG team’s engagement became the key to achieve collaborative compliance.

 
Speaker:
@Pam Wetmore - FW Senior Manager, Information Governance at Fenwick & West LLP

Moderator:
@Kathryn McRae - Director of Research and Knowledge Services at Hawkins, Delafield & Wood

In our current digital world our systems are bombarded daily by outside threats. We do our best to ensure we and more so our clients information is protected…..But what about the vendors you use? In this podcast, Brenda Ferraro will cover that very issue - and look for our follow up blog coming later this week!

Speaker:
@Brenda Ferraro - Vice President, Third Party Risk at Prevalent

Moderator:
@Joshua Johns - ​​Manager of Information Governance at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Recorded: 03-13-2020

eDiscovery is a global industry, with continuously evolving advances in technology, as well as local rules and processes. Although the US is frequently a source of inspiration for best practices for eDiscovery, there are still many considerations or practices which are specific to certain countries.

ILTA has reached out to members based outside the US to hear their take on eDiscovery in their jurisdiction, how its evolving, and where the future might take them!

In our third and final episode: Tiana Van Dyck, Director, Client Solutions with Epiq Global, provides insight on eDiscovery practices in Canada having worked for a law firm, and now a vendor. Tiana shares her insights into how eDiscovery differs across Canada and how it compares with the US. She also discusses privacy and other concerns which it make it more challenging.

Speaker:
@Tiana Van Dyk 
- Director, Client Solutions with Epiq Global

Moderator:
@Ann Halkett -
 Manager, eDiscovery Services, Alexander, Holburn, Beaudin + Lang LLP

Recorded: 03-16-2020

eDiscovery is a global industry, with continuously evolving advances in technology, as well as local rules and processes. Although the US is frequently a source of inspiration for best practices for eDiscovery, there are still many considerations or practices which are specific to certain countries.

ILTA has reached out to members based outside the US to hear their take on eDiscovery in their jurisdiction, how its evolving, and where the future might take them!

In our second episode: joining us from Australia, Linesh Maharaj is the Director of Applied Legal Technology at King & Wood Malleson in Sydney. Linesh walks us through his country's approach to eDiscovery, its changing technology landscape, and the long tradition of eDiscovery technology innovation in Australia.

Speaker:
@Linesh Maharaj
 - Director of Applied Legal Technology, King & Wood Malleson 

Moderator:
@Rachel McAdams 
- E-Discovery Technical Specialist, A&L Goodbody

Recorded: 03-16-2020

eDiscovery is a global industry, with continuously evolving advances in technology, as well as local rules and processes. Although the US is frequently a source of inspiration for best practices for eDiscovery, there are still many considerations or practices which are specific to certain countries.

ILTA has reached out to members based outside the US to hear their take on eDiscovery in their jurisdiction, how its evolving, and where the future might take them!

In our first episode: Erica Albertson, Head of eDiscovery at Simmons & Simmons, brings us her unique viewpoint on eDiscovery attitudes and how the industry is evolving in the UK. Erica has worked across the US and Europe, and shares with us her thoughts on how eDiscovery differs across these jurisdictions, and what the future of eDiscovery might look like.

Speaker:
@Erica Albertson 
- Head of eDiscovery, Simmons & Simmons

Moderator:
@Rachel McAdams 
- E-Discovery Technical Specialist, A&L Goodbody

Recorded: 03-16-2020

ILTA Radio is proud to present, Episode #4, in our new podcast series, entitled: “Work-from-Home!”

This new series takes a look at many different facets of the organizational, technical, and human sides of the remote work experience. Join us as we find new, interesting, and innovative ways to keep productivity and morale up!

Speakers:
@Ash Thoms - Marketing Coordinator, Iridium Technology
@Rod Wittenberg - Vice President, Iridium Technology
@Dawn Hudgins - VP Brands and Events, ILTA

Moderator:
Beth Anne Stuebe
 - Director of Publications and Press​​​​​, ILTA
@Marsha Golod - Manager, Partner Programs, ILTA 
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Recorded: 03-27-2020

ILTA Radio is proud to present, Episode #3, in our new podcast series, entitled: “Work-from-Home!” 

This new series takes a look at many different facets of the organizational, technical, and human sides of the remote work experience. Join us as we find new, interesting, and innovative ways to keep productivity and morale up!

Speakers:
@Daniel Zambito
 - ​Vice President, Operations & Project Management, KLDiscovery

Moderator:
Beth Anne Stuebe
 - ILTA Director of Publications and Press​​​​​

Recorded: 03/20/2020

ILTA Radio is proud to present, Episode #2, in our new podcast series, entitled: “Work-from-Home!” 

This new series takes a look at many different facets of the organizational, technical, and human sides of the remote work experience. Join us as we find new, interesting, and innovative ways to keep productivity and morale up!​

Speakers:
@Angela Dowd
 - ILTA Board Treasurer
@Cindy MacBean - ILTA PPC Publications Liaison
@Joy Heath Rush - ILTA CEO
@Dawn Hudgins - ILTA VP Brands and Events

Moderator:
Beth Anne Stuebe
 - ILTA Director of Publications and Press​​​​​

Recorded: 03/17/2020

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