"The Intersection of Information Governance, Records Management and eDiscovery" presented by RICOH Legal.
The landscape for information governance has changed. The stakes are high to ensure your law firm and your clients are complying with the set legal requirements for ESI. Join us for best practices for managing ESI and protecting your firm and clients from any legal exposure.
Presenters will be Nicole Schroeder, Strategic eDiscovery Specialist, and Jon Muilenburg, Legal Accounts Manager both from RICOH Legal.
Nicole is a Strategic eDiscovery Specialist who has 10+ years of eDiscovery experience working with a vast network of law firms and corporations providing advice on workflow and risk associated with eDiscovery. Her consulting experience spans hundreds of matters across multiple hosted platforms and several different processing engines. She has trained attorneys, paralegals, staff and many more on the issues relating to eDiscovery, current trends, the value of Technology Assisted Review and Information Governance. She has planned and executed multiple large eDiscovery and hosting projects for a variety of clients and understands the pros and cons of each facet of the process. Nicole has her BS from Penn State University and her JD from The John Marshall Law School. Before entering the eDiscovery field, Nicole practiced law as a prosecutor at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office in Chicago.
Jon is a Legal Accounts Manager and works with both corporations and law firms to address the challenges they face across their litigation profiles. His 20 years of legal technologies experience spans the entire EDRM where he has designed the legal technology strategy for hundreds of large, complex cases involving multi-media discovery(paper, audio, video, traditional ESI, computer forensics and data breaches). He has worked extensively with multinational firms and corporations to design and implement efficient and cost effective processes and work flows for managing their entire litigation portfolios.
Lunch will be sponsored by provided by RICOH Legal to those attending in Des Moines or Cedar Rapids. If you plan to attend in person, please RSVP by January 16 so we can make lunch arrangements. Please specify in your RSVP if you will not be attending in person so that we do not count you for lunch.
In Des Moines:
Davis Brown Law Firm
215 10th Street, Suite 1300
In Cedar Rapids:
Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman,
115 Third Street S.E., Suite 1200
For those of you participating remotely, the web-ex login and conference line information is below:
Conference Dial-in Number: (641) 715-0861
Participant Access Code: 635621#
At Ricoh Legal, our proven approach to eDiscovery balances the benefits of the latest technology with our people and processes, supporting the Electronic Discovery Reference Model by identifying critical information quickly and efficiently. We are a $22 billion corporation in North America. 60% of what Ricoh does is develop innovative technology, support IT infrastructure and enterprise continuity. When you work with us, you leverage the economies of scale that come with our national reach. But you also benefit from our local presence — including dedicated eDiscovery Project Managers across the country. We have strategically located these professionals to be closer to our clients. You also gain from our proven service methodology, our decades of project management experience and our commitment to being highly flexible and responsive in serving our legal clients. Above all, we start by listening carefully to your specific challenges, goals and requirements. With that insight, we tailor an eDiscovery solution that includes not only best-in-class technology, but also the expertise, discipline and flexibility to help you manage the workflow and maximize the functionality of the software. Ultimately, we empower you to work more quickly, more effectively and more cost-efficiently making us your first choice in eDiscovery.