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Panel of Experts from Dropbox, Seyfarth Shaw, and the eDisclosure Information Project to Discuss 2015 E-Discovery Survey Results

E-Discovery | Jul 24, 2015

Collecting data from cloud repositories, a myriad of mobile devices, and social media artifacts is challenging enough for most corporate counsel. Add the possibility of a data breach and resulting litigation, and the situation calls for the sharing of emerging best practices. Our 2015 E-Discovery Survey uncovered some valuable results, and you’re invited to hear our panel of e-discovery and security experts discuss them.
On Thursday, July 30th Corporate Counsel will be hosting a one-hour webinar called, “Inside Counsel Takes Control: The 2015 E-Discovery Survey.” Moderated by Chris Dale, Director of the eDisclosure Information Project, this webinar will review the findings of the survey through the lens of e-discovery experts Scott Carlson, Partner and Chairman of the eDiscovery and Information Governance practice, Seyfarth Shaw LLP; and Chad McManamy, Vice President of E-Discovery and Assistant General Counsel, Guidance Software.
This survey demonstrates how rapidly the ability to collect in a defensible way from cloud file sync and share repositories is growing in importance, and planning for and reacting to security breaches has become a near obsession. To address these areas of overlapping concern for inside counsel, Patrick Heim, Head of Trust and Security at Dropbox, will join in to comment on security and business strategies for the cloud. You may want to take a look at the related post on the Dropbox for Business Blog
We invite you to join us on Thursday, July 30th at 11:00 AM PDT, and please bring your questions for our expert panel.
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