The American Society of

            Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

            For Digital Evidence Experts™


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Atlanta Chapter - May

  • Thursday, May 20, 2010
  • 11:00 AM - 12:59 PM
  • SOHO, 4300 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339, at corner of Paces Ferry and New Paces Ferry

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Chapter Business

There is currently a vacancy in the Senior Vice President Position and Treasurer.  Nominations and a vote will be taken during the meeting.  You must be an active member in order to be nominated or vote.

Lunch will be $ 12.00 + tip.

Title: "Implementing & Managing Legal Hold in the Enterprise"

Speaker

Greg Freemyer-Chief Technical Officer/Norcross Group
A Co-Founder of Norcross Group, Greg Freemyer drives the technological underpinnings of Norcross Group’s offerings, and directs complex data collection and preservation operations for litigation support. He has submitted Expert Reports in Federalcases as a Computer Systems Expert, and has been accepted as an
Expert Witness in Federal Civil Court, and specifically accepted asan Expert Witness on ESI Collection. He has testified as a technical ESI expert on spoliation matters.
 
Tim Wells-eDiscovery Specialist-EMC/Kazeon
Tim has 29 years of experience in the Information Technology industry, the last 13 with various divisions of EMC. Tim has been configuring Archiving, Compliance & Information Management solutions for the past 8 years. He is experienced in both pro-active and re-active electronic discovery and information collection. Tim provides end-user solutions to identify, retain, preserve, analyze, cull and deliver Electronically Stored Information quickly and accurately from many data sources, including email systems, historical archives, laptops & desktops, file shares and content repositories such as SharePoint and Documentum.

Topic

With litigation matters involving large numbers of custodians the litigation hold process can be especially complex.  This session starts with an overview of the legal issues associated with litigation hold and delves into the relatively recent "University of Montreal Pension Plan v. Banc of America Securities" ruling from Judge Scheindlin.  In particular Judge Scheindlin specifies situations in which failing properly perform the litigation hold process qualifies as gross negligence.

After, the legal discussion, the Kazeon eDiscovery Appliance will be briefly demonstrated with specific focus on the Litigation Hold notification and collection features of the appliance.  Litigation Hold notification tracking capability in particular is an emerging new need in the eDiscovery space and few tools yet exist to address it in large, complex matters.  The demonstration will focus on the general features that litigants should consider as they choose their litigation hold notification tracking solution.

Location

** Use caution with the directions from Google or a GPS.**  These may be off!!!  SOHO is located approximately 3/4 of a mile from I-285.

Take exit 18 off I-285.  Turn so that you go inside the perimeter.  You will pass a Starbucks and Rite Aid Pharmacy.  Decend and cross over the railroad tracks.  SOHO is located in the shopping center after the red light.  This is the corner of Paces Ferry and New Paces Ferry Road.

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The American Society of

     Digital Forensics & eDiscovery, Inc

     For Digital Evidence Experts™

       2451 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 3382 

       Atlanta, GA 30339-6157

       (866) 534-9734



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