Iowa Chapter Meeting

  • 16 Sep 2021
  • 12:00 PM
  • Virtual

Managing Sensitive Data in Discovery: Strategies and Tools for Avoiding Data Disasters 

Meeting Summary:

Organizations struggle to adequately protect their private and confidential information in the ordinary course of business. When sensitive data moves out of its usual business function, and into

the realm of discovery in legal matters, the information risks escalate substantially. This presentation will offer some successful strategies and best practices for attorneys and legal professionals to mitigate those risks. We’ll discuss—

  • Setting expectations for law firms and other legal providers handling sensitive data
  • Searching large data sets to effectively identify various types of sensitive information
  • Establishing workflows that incorporate robust protections for sensitive data
  • Protecting information turned over to opposing parties and the court

Presenter Info:

Jane Funk is a Vice President at Consilio, a global leader in Legal Consulting & Legal Services.

Jane is a former practicing litigation attorney. For the past 12 years, Jane has successfully worked with corporate in-house legal departments and law firms to design and implement legally defensible and cost-effective processes for collection, processing, managed review review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI) utilizing AI technology. Additionally, Jane assists her clients with non-litigious legal data initiatives, including M&A Due Diligence, Data Privacy, Cyber Security, Government and Internal Investigations, Bankruptcy, and Contracts Review.

At Consilio, Jane is responsible for managing relationships with a portfolio of strategic accounts spanning numerous highly regulated industries. In addition, she is responsible for driving the use of value- based business development strategies specific to the Pharmaceutical vertical. Jane draws upon her litigation experience and her years of industry experience put her clients’ needs first.

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