Webcast: FRCP requirements force new thinking on e-discovery policyDate: Oct 22, 2007
This presentation is part of SearchSecurity.com's Data Protection Security School lesson, E-discovery and security in the enterprise. Visit the E-discovery and security in the enterprise lesson page for additional learning resources.
The transition from paper to e-documents is finally being recognized from a legal standpoint. FRCP requirements demand a company know what information it possesses, where it is stored and how to access it quickly.
In this SearchSecurity.com webcast, analyst Frank Lagorio explores new FRCP requirements and how they affect the way organizations define, store and access information. He also lays out best practices for creating an e-discovery policy under these new FRCP requirements, including the best ways to get started and the complications to avoid. When e-discovery is necessary, these tips will lead to a faster response and minimized costs.
About the speaker:
As principal analyst for Contoural Inc., Frank Lagorio has more than 20 years of experience in e-discovery, litigation support, compliance and records management as well as a deep background in storage hardware and software. In addition to working with numerous Fortune 500 and medium-sized companies develop their litigation readiness strategies, Frank is a well-regarded expert on these topics and is a frequent industry speaker.