July 21st, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
The way we work is shifting rapidly. Teams across the globe are operating remotely, and cloud-based collaboration and communication tools are becoming commonplace. This is posing new challenges for legal teams dealing with eDiscovery, especially in heavily regulated industries like finance, electricity, and insurance where the standards for data management, security, and privacy are high.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the new eDiscovery landscape in times of remote work. What are the risks we’re seeing for data collection and compliance? What are the possibilities?
In this 60-minute webinar, we’ll cover:
- Challenges of meeting regulatory requirements with the explosion of data in disparate data silos
- Enterprise readiness for cloud collaboration tools
- Staying compliant with GDPR, CCPA, and future regulations
- Finding PII & PCI across structured and unstructured data
Sr. eDiscovery and Litigation Support Specialist
Kyle Kelly is the Senior E-Discovery and Litigation Support Specialist at Coinbase. Hisprimary responsibility is building out a robust litigation discovery program that compliments Legal, Security, Privacy, and Compliance initiatives. Kyle designs process and technology solutions that partner closely with business stakeholders to handle complex ESI and regulatory requests protecting Coinbase, allowing Coinbase to focus on creating an open financial system for the world.
Enterprise Success Lead
Allison Keaneis an Enterprise Success Lead at Onna. She acts as a trusted advisor to her clients, helping plan and implement Onna’s software for eDiscovery, Compliance, and more.Prior to Onna, Allison was leading a Client Onboarding Team at software company, Updater.Allison holds a BA in Communications from Fordham University.
eDiscovery and Litigation Support Manager
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Brad Schaffel is the Manager of Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. Mr. Schaffel has held this position since November, 2017. He has over 27 years of experience in various levels of project management in the legal space.
Tasked with creating a team of experienced professionals, Brad has been successful in building departments of top-tier individuals who can act as in-house legal technology consultants as well as excellent project managers and technicians. He continuously strives to improve automation and workflow; keeping up with the growing size and complexity of discovery requests is an on-going challenge that requires constant attention.
For many years, Mr. Schaffel has served on industry panels and has been involved in e-discovery education and mentorship. He has been an adjunct professor of eDiscovery and a member of numerous professional associations. Most recently, Brad has been involved with developing distance learning programs on eDiscovery best practices and general knowledge for numerous top-tier law schools. Brad has also hosted podcasts on the topic of eDiscovery, Information Governance, and Litigation Support. Aimed at not only sharing insights from industry powerhouses, the podcasts focused on what it’s like to work in the profession from the perspective of service providers, lawyers, and lit support project managers.
Mr. Schaffel is a member of the Charter Class of Certified E-Discovery Specialists and previously served as Vice-President for the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter Board.
Outside of his day job, Brad spends most of his time with family. He is married with two children and lives in Brooklyn. He is an avid hiker particularly in the High Peaks region of the Adirondacks