March 11th, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Slack is on a mission to revolutionize how people work. With regular new feature rollouts, such as Slack Connect and the much-anticipated legal hold API, there’s a lot to keep track of when it comes to eDiscovery. Join us for a conversation around how new Slack functionalities should impact your strategy. In 60 minutes, we’ll cover:

  • How Slack updates and new developments impact eDiscovery
  • How to leverage process and technology to manage Slack data for eDiscovery
  • How to mitigate risk when managing Slack data

Scott McVeigh

Scott McVeigh
Industry Principal

Scott McVeigh is the Industry Principal 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.

Sean Bugler

Sean Bugler
Cloud Architect
Metropolitan Transportation Commission

Sean Bugler is a cloud architect for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, based in San Francisco. Previously a workplace technology and collaboration consultant, he’s worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies alike to build, optimize, and reimagine what collaboration and productivity look like. You can find him on Twitter @sbglr

Robert Brownstone

Robert Brownstone
Founder and Owner
Robert Brownstone, PC (“Oracle of Data”), Mensch Tech Consulting LLC and White Tiger CLE LLC

After reaching his 20th anniversary at Fenwick & West in 2020, Robert Brownstone decided to leave to launch his own: 1) law firm; 2) tech consulting company; and 3) law/tech educational provider. All three are now in full swing. Most of his work entails advising organizations of all shapes and sizes on: electronic discovery; eWorkplace policies, protocols and training; retention/destruction policies and protocols; information-security and data privacy; and social-media rewards and risks. He also collaborates with clients as to computer solutions enabling compliance with legal obligations. A nationally recognized resource on electronic information for decades, he has authored over 80 articles on law and technology issues and have been featured in over 50 media outlets. He has delivered over 400 presentations and chaired more than 25 conferences on a variety of topics, including: Compliance; Data & Records Retention/Destruction; eDiscovery/Electronic Information Management (EIM); Legal Operations, Privacy and/or Social-Media in the Workplace; Information Security Obligations; and Metadata Concerns. Regularly he trains/teaches lawyers, technologists, HR folks and law students on all of the above topics. Educating others is his passion. Similar to the little boy in the first Incredibles movie who grew up to be Syndrome, my motto is "When everyone is a superhero, no one will be.”