As organizations develop or enhance records and internal discovery readiness programs, they are challenged with information stores expanding at an estimated rate of 50 percent per year, increasing costs for information storage and increasing legal risk exposure and potential discovery costs. Organizations must develop a strategy to review materials, apply retention, manage discovery and document reasonable processes to disposition legacy data defensibly – balancing operational, discovery and overall risk requirements. Conducting a comprehensive, document and electronic file level inventory is neither reasonable nor practical for today’s corporations.
In this presentation, panelists will:
- Define the minimum program elements to qualify a disposition initiative as legally defensible
- Develop strategies to characterize legacy information so disposition can be consistently applied
- Identify potential ROI elements to help justify the development of a disposition strategy
W. Warren Hamel, Partner and Co-Chair, SEC and White Collar Defense Practice Group, Venable LLP
Todd A Corham, Chief Information Officer, Sedgwick LLP
Pamela Downs, Senior Director, Consulting Services, Epiq Systems
Jean M. Mahon, Senior Vice President Global Compliance, Marsh, Inc.
David Rohde, Senior Director, Consulting Services, Epiq Systems
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