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September 2020 MALSP Meeting - eDiscovery Share Forum

  • September 17, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online

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  • Members are free starting at the March 2020 meeting.

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  • Members are free starting at the March 2020 meeting.

    Guest registration requires guest fee paid via PayPal, or check on day of event.

    Please use payment portal to pay for membership or guest fees: https://sites.google.com/site/mnalsp/membership

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September MALSP Meeting - 2020 State of eDiscovery Panel: An Interactive Discussion of Local eDiscovery Survey Results

SYNOPSIS: 

The The eDiscovery field continues to change, but are these evolutionary or revolutionary changes and how do the varied stakeholders view them? Please join us on Thursday, September 17th for this panel discussion that will look at local survey results as well as a comparison to last year’s responses on eDiscovery topics.

***Please contribute to our quick survey questions to jump start our share-forum responses! Click HERE: https://forms.gle/35juhq2w4EEKqY1U8***

PRESENTERS:


Sean Hora, Director, Risk Advisory Solutions, KPMG

Sean is a director in KPMG’s Risk Advisory Solutions practice with more than 20 years of experience leading client delivery teams, technology projects and business process improvements within large, international corporate environments. In his current role, Sean has program management responsibility for KPMG’s managed review services (MRS), which provide data review through the use of advanced analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. His specific areas of leadership have been in aligning the MRS program with KPMG business strategies and successful client results.

Prior to joining KPMG, Sean’s experience was on shared services teams in a corporate environment, specializing in the highly regulated life sciences industry. He has managed enterprise level application implementations and governance of systems for email archiving, asset management, electronic data collection and preservation, chain of custody tracking, and business intelligence systems. He has a Master’s degree in Software Systems from the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota.


Mark Burns, Senior eDiscovery Manager, Litigation Support, Boston Scientific

Mark Burns is a Sr. eDiscovery Manager for the Chief Litigation Office at Boston Scientific Corporation. Mr. Burns is responsible for the eDiscovery team which manages the identification, preservation, collection, processing, and review of data for product liability, IP and employment litigation; government investigations; and other corporate litigation disputes. He also manages the relationships with eDiscovery and review vendors. In this role, Mr. Burns was responsible for bringing data processing in-house, implementing a legal hold system, implementing a new collection tool suite, and performing process analysis on end-to-end eDiscovery process and implemented Lean principles for improving efficiency and quality.


Stacey Neumann, SVP, Strategic Account Advisor, Compliance

As a Strategic Account Advisor, in addition to developing business, Stacey works closely with sales, marketing and technology teams to identify, grow and support our large accounts and DaaS managed services clients across the country. This includes sales strategies and customizing managed services solutions from initial presentations through POCs, on-boarding, implementation/training and contract renewal with special attention to exceptional deliverables and consistent customer service. Her clients range from Am Law 100 and Fortune 100 Companies to boutique firms and organizations.


Brigid Volk, eDiscovery and Litigation Support Operations, Greene Espel P.L.L.P.

Experienced in eDiscovery project management and operations. Brigid also coordinates remote office (war room) set-up for trials and arbitrations. Relevant applications include Cloudnine LAW/Explore, Relativity, FTK, Summation, Quin-C, QView, Trial Director, CaseMap Suite, SQL, SharePoint, Microsoft 365 plus all the utilities that litigation support folks use to keep teams they serve humming along.

LOCATION:
ONLINE! Meeting link will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the meeting start time

DATE & TIME:
9/17/20 @ 12pm

ONLINE PRESENCE SPONSORED BY: KPMG


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