October 2022 - MALSP Meeting - Microsoft Teams Data Life Cycle & eDiscovery Best Practices
Synopsis: Microsoft Teams has exploded in use since COVID first began and has become a standard business process for most corporations. Regulatory organizations and plaintiffs have taken note and most, if not all discovery requests now include language explicitly targeting Microsoft Teams or similar collaboration platforms. As a business application Microsoft Teams can drive significant operational and communication benefits but its underlying technical infrastructure makes the application problematic for discovery purpose. During this session we will do a deep dive into (1) how Microsoft Teams manages data on the back end, (2) how retention and security policies need to be implemented, (3) methods to identify relevant data within Microsoft Teams for collection and export, (4) potential pitfalls you should be thinking about as you process and review this type of collaboration data.
John Del Piero, Vice President, Global Discovery Solutions
John focuses on developing integrated information governance, ediscovery, and compliance programs. As a former systems engineer and veteran in the space, John focuses on deploying repeatable processes for clients that mitigate risk and cost while being robust enough to manage fast-moving, complex litigations and investigations. John has overseen a host of complex engagements over his tenure including global antitrust investigations from both US and EU institutions, large-scale MDLs, international FCPA investigations, and complex class actions.
Reem Saffouri, Vice President of Client Solutions & Success
Reem leans on 20 years of experience in law firms, legal technology and eDiscovery services to partner with clients on designing, developing and deploying unified, defensible and effective eDiscovery Programs. Leveraging her diverse background, Reem has led organizations in transforming their client journey with fanatical focus on client experience, advocacy and success—maximizing ROI for clients through the intersection of people, technology and process.
Jason Purcell, Director, Advisory Services
Jason is a Director on the Advisory team at Lighthouse with specialized areas of proficiency in helping to architect and operationalize large scale eDiscovery and information governance programs. His unique perspective provides an unbiased risk and cost minimizing approach towards managing, protecting and discovering data. Mr. Purcell has enabled his clients to mitigate risks and reduce costs by improving processes, enhancing existing investments, while obtaining increased productivity from people and technology resources.
225 S 6th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Everyone will need to check in with security on the skyway level, so please arrive a few minutes early!
DATE & TIME:
10/18/2022 @ 12pm
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