November 25th, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM GMT
According to Exterro's recent 2020 Corporate Legal Leaders Report, 7-in-10 Legal Departments are now managing their data related problems by sharing technology to manage litigation, data privacy, compliance, and cybersecurity – all of which represent a new encompassing business landscape of Legal GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance).
Fuelled by data regulations like the GDPR and CCPA, we’re now seeing a major shift in how e-discovery is undertaken. Already, we’ve seen a big focus on information governance in a new way. Professionals who may have previously been solely focused on e-discovery, are also likely seeing the scope of their duties expand into these other Legal GRC areas.
Join ACEDS and Exterro on this webinar to explore:
- How different data challenges are changing e-discovery and business needs
- Strategies and technologies to help mitigate new data risks
- Taking a holistic approach to Legal GRC challenges
James P. Mittenthal, Esq.
Vice President, Solutions Architect
Aon Cyber Solutions (formerly Stroz Friedberg)
Jim Mittenthal is Vice President, Solutions Architect for ACS/Stroz Friedberg. Mr. Mittenthal has assisted national law firms and law departments for more than thirty-five years on a wide range of technology initiatives and general management issues. His practice specialties include technology planning, selection, and implementation; information life cycle management, data mapping, records policy, and governance; litigation support and electronic discovery, including analytics, enterprise and legacy data review and production; and legal practice and administration topics. Recent engagements include eDiscovery and forensics projects, strategic planning and technology projects for several major law firms, and design of matter management and knowledge management systems for Fortune 100 legal departments. He serves in technology-based cases as a testifying or consulting expert, as a corporate witness in product liability and intellectual property matters, and undertakes technology-based investigations and remediation assignments. In the past he has developed commercial software and custom applications for complex litigation and case management that were used by law firms, major corporations, and government entities. Mr. Mittenthal holds a Juris Doctor from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan Honors Program. He is admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Maas Consulting Group
Jonathan Maas is a renowned paper and electronic discovery veteran with an unparalleled 37 years experience in the field: 28 years in international law firms and nine years in international consultancies. Jonathan speaks and writes on the subject widely and has been involved in developing civil procedure in England & Wales to respond to the modern demands of litigating in the digital age.
Jonathan’s métier is acting as a bridge between technical experts and lay people, whether it’s conveying complex technology concepts to a legal audience or explaining matters of detailed legal procedure to IT specialists. He has the ability to unite diverse teams to complete discovery exercises as cost- and time-effectively as possible. In this way he has delivered numerous successful projects for national and international businesses and local and central government. This translates into extremely experienced and empathetic support for lawyers and IT professionals.
His experience of identifying, collecting, classifying and acting on data in the legal environments of investigations and disputes continues to add value in the current environment: Sound and defensible data management is more important in business than it has ever been.”
CEO & Founder
Stratagem Tech Solutions Limited
Amie Taal is an internationally regarded expert in Forensic Investigations, Cyber Security, eDiscovery, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. A former Vice President at Deutsche Bank, Amie has built a career in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and United States helping companies identify and respond to technology incidents, litigation matters, information risk, data privacy issues and dealing with civil and criminal investigations within the public and private sector including the Big 4, financial services and non-financial organisations.
Amie is also a specialist in data privacy and provides internal and external training on GDPR practice and procedures, legal and regulations rules and evidence handling procedures.
In addition to the above, Amie is a public speaker and a university lecturer in the postgraduate space teaching IT and Internet Law, evidence handling procedures, Data Privacy, Technology Risk AI and Cyber Security. She has also published many papers in this space as a subject matter expert.