BYOD in e-Discovery: Managing Risks and Ensuring Best Practices in 2015
Gartner predicts that, by 2017, half of employers will require employees to provide their own devices for work. Bring your own device (BYOD) or bring your own cloud (BYOC) policies will challenge e-discovery firms in coming years. The mobile enabled work-force and the proliferation of mobile devices will increase, presenting significant managerial, security, and compliance risks for enterprises. As such, these devices also will become prime targets for e-Discovery. Over 50 percent of law firms and corporations reported some involvement with social media data and 58 percent reported e-discovery involving personal devices.
It is not yet known how Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Service will affect companies. However, all e-Discovery organizations would be well advised to review their BYOD policies in 2015. E-Discovery organizations will need to accept the risks, establish clear and pragmatic policies, and adopt new managerial approaches to information governance and security.
In this two hour, live webinar, The Knowledge Group is hosting a panel of skilled practitioners who will provide an over-view of the current state of BYOD in e-Discovery. The panel will provide insight into Managing Risks and Ensuring Best Practices in 2015. This LIVE webcast aims to help you to avoid common pitfalls and risk issues surrounding BYOD in E-Discovery.
Key topics include:
- Bring Your Own Device - A Perspective
- BYOD in E-Discovery
- BYOC in e-Discovery
- e-Discovery: Social Media and Mobile Data
- EEOC v. Original Honeybaked Ham
- Risks in Identifying User-Created Data
- BYOD Policies
- BYOD Special Challenges for E-Discovery
- Practical Tips in Handling BYOD Data
- Regulatory Developments
Daniel S. Meyers, Partner
Bracewell & Giuliani LLP
- 1. Corporate "Pain Points" from the Proliferation of Personal Devices
- a. Privacy/Security Pain Points
- US privacy concerns
- Cross-border privacy concerns
- a. Privacy/Security Pain Points
Chase Dressman, Attorney
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
- b. eDiscovery/Litigation Pain Points
- Parties' duties in eDiscovery
- BYOD impact on eDiscovery costs and duties
- Privilege issues
- Accompanied by case law summary.
- 2. Corporate Solutions through BYOD Policies and Procedures:
- Core legal components of BYOD Policies [Dan]
- Core technological components of BYOD Policies [Caleb]
- Revisiting eDiscovery pain points and how BYOD Policies alleviate the pain [Chase]
Caleb Barlow, Vice-President of Mobile Management and Security
MaaS360 by Fiberlink Communications, an IBM Company
- 3. Alternatives to BYOD
Who Should Attend:
- Employment and Labor Lawyers
- eDiscovery Attorneys
- Employment Law Advisors
- Top Level Management
- Human Resource Managers
- IT Heads and Professionals
- Multinational Companies
- Private and Public Companies
Caleb Barlow is an enterprising hi-tech executive with global experience in product management, marketing, software development and services. He has led multiple software product portfolios at IBM Security including Application, Data, Mobile, and Critical Infrastructure Security. Caleb spends about 25% of his time on M&A activities and has consulted on more than a dozen acquisition pursuits. He was IBM’s Integration Executive for the acquisition of Net Integration Technologies, he led IBM’s acquisition of Trusteer, and was a key strategist behind the recent acquisition of Fiberlink.
A strong advocate of social and new media, he regularly uses these technologies to engage customers, enable sales and promote the products he manages with proven results. Caleb is a sought after speaker on the subject of mobile security, and he hosts a regular Internet radio show focused on IT security that attracts tens of thousands of listeners. https://ibm.co/13hDreQ
Prior to this role, Caleb was the Director of IBM Unified Communications where he was responsible for the voice, video, web conferencing, instant messaging and social business communications under the IBM Sametime brand.
External to IBM, Caleb has been in leadership roles at two successful startups – Syncra Systems, which is now part of Oracle, and Ascendant Technology, which was acquired by Avent.
Caleb Barlow is an enterprising hi-tech executive with global experience in product management, marketing, software development and services. He has …
Dan Meyers is a partner in Bracewell & Giuliani LLP’s New York office and a member of Bracewell's Litigation Section. He is also a co-founder of Bracewell’s eDiscovery and Information Governance practice group. Dan represents private investment funds, financial institutions and energy companies in a wide range of complex commercial disputes before federal and state courts. Dan also assists clients in developing their eDiscovery policies and procedures, implementing those policies in specific cases and ensuring that his clients’ regulatory and dispute-based preservation obligations are satisfied in a cost-effective and fully-defensible manner.
Dan Meyers is a partner in Bracewell & Giuliani LLP’s New York office and a member of Bracewell's Litigation Section. …
Chase Dressman is an associate in the Cincinnati office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, where he is a member of the Litigation and Environmental practice groups. His litigation practice includes complex business disputes and frequently involves gathering, preserving, producing and analyzing electronically stored information. Mr. Dressman regularly authors publications and presents on litigation and environmental issues, including two recent presentations for the National Business Institute about evidentiary rules impacting electronically stored information and litigation strategies for properly managing electronically stored information. Mr. Dressman is a life-long resident of the Greater Cincinnati area, and currently lives in Northern Kentucky with his wife and two children.
Chase Dressman is an associate in the Cincinnati office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, where he is a member …
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Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP is a full service law firm with more than 400 attorneys throughout the Midwest. For nearly 130 years, Taft law firm has advised companies in a wide range of industries in virtually every area of law. Taft’s litigators routinely manage and advise clients regarding electronically stored information.