Widespread work-from-home means employees are using collaboration software and creating more discoverable data than ever before. This has implications for litigation, regulatory investigations, and audits.
What Attorneys Will Learn:
- Features, and functionality of eDiscovery in O365
9:00-10:00am: Ray Biderman & Anthony Cozzi
- Core vs. Advanced License capabilities
- Accessing 0365 Compliance: where the data is stored, preserving defensibility
- Legal Holds: demonstration + best practices
- Searching: demonstration + best practices
- Collecting: demonstration + best practices
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Ray Biederman – Co-Founder, CEO
Ray has worked in every phase of electronic discovery for over 15 years. He is a Super Lawyer in the area of eDiscovery, has been cited in multiple court opinions as an expert witness, and is adjunct faculty for eDiscovery at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He consults on Information Governance policies and procedures related to cybersecurity and its intersection with government regulation and industry-specific best practices. Outside of his eDiscovery experience, Ray is an active litigator representing clients in product liability work, business valuation disputes, and contract disputes. He is also a partner in Mattingly Burke Cohen & Biederman, and Co-Founder and CEO of DiscoveryMaster, a software platform for eDiscovery reporting. He was previously an associate at Barnes & Thornburg, LLP.
Anthony Cozzi, Project Manager
For more than twenty years, Anthony has led Information Technology departments and consulted with organizations in the areas of data management, security, and infrastructure design. Recognizing the need for companies to better understand the intersection of technology and the law, he obtained a law degree. Anthony combines his IT and legal backgrounds and works with clients to refine their data management processes, protect against internal and external threads, and manage eDiscovery requests and projects.