August 13th, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT
As the nation continues to struggle with our new COVID-19 realities, it is evident that what will come next is hugely uncertain. “Normal” will likely look very different for the majority of the population, and this includes companies that are navigating if, when and how to address reopening offices and handle employees who are continuing to work remotely. Not only did these businesses have to quickly adapt to a remote workforce, now there are multiple considerations for them to keep in mind as they develop more remote-work options and/or transition back to “business as usual.” Issues and risks related to document management, privacy & security, personal device usage, and preservation will need to be reviewed and resolved for companies to honor their information governance and eDiscovery obligations. Is your company prepared?
Diana M. Fasching is a managing director with Redgrave LLP, a national law firm focused on addressing complex legal challenges that arise at the intersection of the law and technology. She is based in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. She works collaboratively with clients’ legal, business, and information technology teams to understand complex technical systems and infrastructures and to address discovery and information governance needs. Diana can be reached at email@example.com.
Leslie A. Melo is an attorney out of the Chicago office of Redgrave LLP and focuses her practice on matters concerning eDiscovery and information law. Her work includes drafting and negotiating ESI protocols, drafting legal briefs on eDiscovery related issues, interfacing with IT professionals, drafting search protocols, overseeing large document review projects, and working on complex litigation matters. Leslie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.