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A company that cannot produce their emails can lose the court case

How do you ensure organisational eDiscovery responsiveness.

Australian Federal and Supreme courts can request organisations for the production and exchange of all relevant documents, preferably in electronic formats.

eDiscovery: Aligning IM, Legal and IT to ensure compliance
Two-day connected forum, 14 - 15 April 2011
Rydges, Melbourne


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International keynote presentation by the founder of the
EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model):
George J. Socha, President, Socha Consulting LLC (USA)

Hear case study presentations from:
City of Sydney
Clayton Utz
Supreme Court of NSW
The Westpac Group
DLA Piper (USA)
Allens Arthur Robinson
Macquarie University
Housing Tasmania
Mallesons Stephen Jaques
National Australia Bank
Australian Law Reform Commission

To ensure litigation readiness, information management, legal and IT departments must address the management of electronic communication within their organisation. A proactive corporate eDiscovery strategy includes a clearly defined information management process, an established information retention and disposal system and the support of the legal team.

However, most organisations remain ill-equipped to manage information for electronic discovery requests in a timely and cost-effective manner and are exposed to significant legal risks and associated costs.

This two-day connected forum will arm you with techniques to prepare your organisation for eDiscovery:

•Understand the requirements for responding to eDiscovery requests
•Establish order in management of corporate electronically stored information
•Enhance electronic document classification, management, access and discovery
•Mitigate the risks and costs of eDiscovery
•Staff your eDiscovery team
•Ensure organisational eDiscovery responsiveness