December 16th, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
As the first formalized framework to outline eDiscovery procedures, the EDRM has been a valuable asset to legal teams across the globe since 2005. But in today’s workplace, the static approach fails to address the needs of modern organizations.
In 2020, companies are using 129+ applications to power their workforce - resulting in data taking on new formats and accumulating in more hard to reach silos than ever before. This data fragmentation is creating new challenges for eDiscovery, legal hold, archiving, and the need for dynamic preservation and end-to-end processes through automation has never been greater. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the evolution of the EDRM, and look ahead to the future. How can we rethink the EDRM to better serve the modern enterprise?
In 60 short minutes, we’ll cover:
- The strengths and limitations of the traditional EDRM process
- Benefits of a flexible eDiscovery infrastructure
- How legal teams can best transition from a static to dynamic approach to eDiscovery
Chief Legal officer and Head of Managed Review
Jeanne Somma is the Chief Legal Officer and Head of Managed Review at Lineal Services. She has over a decade of experience in the legal industry, with strong expertise in eDiscovery, analytics application, and consultation regarding defensible uses of technology in document review and production.
Jeanne is a licensed attorney and has studied law both in the US; receiving her LLM in International Business and Trade from Fordham University School of Law and her J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law; as well as abroad at both the University of Sydney Law School and the University of Nairobi School of Law. She is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Jeanne writes and speaks frequently on topics such as best practices for incorporating analytics into discovery workflows, developments in the laws around data privacy and cross-border discovery, and strategies for reducing cost and improving efficiency in discovery.
In addition, Jeanne supports higher education for underprivileged students through philanthropic engagement. She is a charter member of the Syracuse University’s Leadership Annual Giving Society.
Scott McVeigh is the Senior Solutions Consultant at Onna, a Knowledge Integration Platform on a mission to make enterprise information accessible, useful, and private. Onna currently integrates with over 30 of today's most popular applications and helps companies with Compliance, Information Governance, eDiscovery, and more. Scott has over 15 years of experience in the Information Governance space, and was previously the VP of Service Delivery at Deloitte.