Date: Thursday, November 17, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm EST
CLE credit is available in multiple states. Please see below for full details.
Companies that do not take reasonable steps to preserve relevant information risk sanctions. Companies must swiftly and clearly communicate legal holds to employees that have relevant information so that the employees can take appropriate action to identify, collect, and properly preserve the information, intact and without alteration.
Join Practical Law for a free 75-minute webinar in which Jeffrey Nass, Senior Counsel for eDiscovery with Boehringer Ingelheim, discusses how to effectively train employees on how to collect, preserve, and protect relevant information in their possession, from soup to nuts.
Attendees will learn:
Best practices for drafting and communicating a legal hold notice within and outside the US.
Effective techniques for training company management and employees on how to identify relevant information.
Appropriate methods for document collection to preserve metadata and track the chain of custody.
The roles of corporate counsel and outside counsel in the legal hold process.
Jeffrey Nass, Senior Counsel e-discovery, Boehringer Ingelheim
Jeffrey Nass spearheads the e-discovery program for Boehringer Ingelheim USA, a pharmaceutical company, headquartered in Germany. Mr. Nass advises on strategy and issue resolution across all phases of the e-discovery records management (EDRM) and oversees the execution of tactical e-discovery tasks on domestic and cross-border matters. Much of Jeffrey’s current work focuses on the EU Data Directive and the establishment of practical, cost effective solutions designed to satisfy US discovery obligations while adhering to the principles of German Data Protection. With over 15 years of experience in the fields of Electronic Discovery and Records Management, Jeff has advised organizations on all aspects of evidence lifecycle management, including the development of record retention policies, legal hold strategies, discovery protocols, and document review techniques.
Ruth Marshall, Managing Editor, Practical Law LitigationRuth Marshall joined Practical Law from the New York office of Winston & Strawn LLP, where she was a litigation associate concentrating on securities litigation and complex commercial litigation. She was previously a litigation associate at the New York office of Bryan Cave LLP. Ruth is the Managing Editor of Practical Law’s Litigation team.