April 2023 - MALSP Meeting - How AI and AI-Adjacent Technologies Impact Discovery, Compliance & Investigations.
How AI and AI-Adjacent Technologies Impact Discovery, Compliance & Investigations.
- Why AI and AI-adjacent technologies are important for regulated industries
- The significance of AI in addressing data and information management requirements
- How AI technologies impact the discovery and investigatory processes, including downstream benefits
- How AI can help establish efficiencies for data mining in cyber incident response over traditional models
- The potential implications of technologies like ChatGPT and the Metaverse on discovery and compliance
Eric Robinson, JD/PMP, Vice President Global Adivisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions
Eric Robinson has more than 25 years of accumulated legal, eDiscovery, data governance and project management experience. As KLDiscovery’s Vice President of Global Advisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions, Mr. Robinson leads KLD’s Advisory Services team and works consultatively with clients to develop and implement cost effective, efficient, defensible discovery, data governance and data privacy compliance strategies. Mr. Robinson also co-leads KLD’s Cyber Incident Response group. He leverages his experience in operational analysis and design and his knowledge of current legal trends and technology associated with information management to design defensible strategies and technology solutions to optimize client efficiencies in alignment with industry accepted practices.
Mr. Robinson’s experience spans the Information Governance/ eDiscovery Reference Models. His experience ranges from conducting Information & Discovery Management assessments to data privacy compliance assessments and data remediations, to managing and/or serving as an ESI expert on large, complex multi-party litigations, cyber incident response and government investigations. Mr. Robinson is regularly engaged as an ESI Liaison and eDiscovery advisor, as well as, being retained as a 30(b)(6) witness to provide expert testimony, affidavits and declarations pertaining to all facets of the discovery process ranging from scoping, data preservation and collection strategies, to search term development and analysis and document review and production protocols.
Additionally, as a core member of KLDiscovery’s Thought Leadership team, Mr. Robinson is regularly engaged as a speaker/CLE presenter on topics ranging across the entire Information Governance, Cyber Incident Response and eDiscovery spectrum.
Corporations and Law Firms to help address eDiscovery needs across the EDRM for over a decade. As an eDiscovery Lawyer who has years of experience in house and in a law firm, Michael prides himself on understanding the specific needs of the client so that he can more carefully tailor the eDiscovery solutions at hand to meet their needs. Having worked through the budgeting process and managed teams Michael understands the importance of crafting the solution that meets the corporate demand, not vice versa.
Prior to becoming an eDiscovery consultant he was Deputy Chief Compliance Officer at US Bank and Chief Compliance Officer with a European conglomerate. He also spent several years as an attorney in private practice prior to going in house.
Michael Krauss, Shareholder
Michael Krauss, a former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, advises banks, corporations, trustees, and investors on complex financial and business disputes, as well as corporate trust and structured product matters. Michael routinely litigates disputes arising from insolvencies, particularly where a business’s collapse was brought about by criminal fraud. He works with clients to defend liability claims, recover assets, and respond to government investigations. Michael represents banks and other creditors to enforce commercial loan remedies, defend counterparty claims, and resolve inter-creditor disputes.
Michael is the Pro Bono Coordinator for the Minneapolis office and his practice includes matters related to asylum, guardianship, the death penalty, and criminal appeals. He also is working with former Justice Alan Page and others on the proposed Page Amendment to the Minnesota constitution, which would guarantee every child’s right to a quality public education.
Michael is the editor of Minnesota CLE’s Minnesota Business Disputes: Claims and Remedies (3d ed. 2021), and author of the chapter on common law fraudulent and negligent misrepresentation.
Elizabeth E. Georgiopoulos, Associate
Elizabeth E. Georgiopoulos maintains a litigation practice with a focus on the areas of electronic discovery, privacy and data protection, and complex commercial litigation. Elizabeth advises clients of all sizes regarding best practices in information governance and records management, including drafting retention
schedules, relevant policies and procedures and creating and providing related employee training. She also has broad e-Discovery experience, ranging from advising clients regarding litigation readiness and legal hold obligations to assisting with collections, searching and productions. Additionally, Elizabeth has experience with domestic and international privacy and data security laws and counsels clients on data security preparedness and data breach response matters.
- Complex commercial litigation
- Internal investigations
- eDiscovery and information governance
- Cybersecurity and data privacy
90 South 7th St., Suite 3500
Minneapolis, MN 55402
DATE & TIME:
04/20/2023 @ 12pm
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