The Continuously Evolving Landscape of Information Governance: Balancing Risks and Opportunities

Broadcast Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (ET)
Sunil Ohri
Seth Maislin
Steve Weissman


About Stein Mitchell Cipollone Beato & Missner LLP

Stein Mitchell Muse Cipollone & Beato LLP is a premier, nationally-recognized litigation firm based in Washington, DC with a 50-year history of representing clients throughout the United States and abroad in significant legal matters of national importance. The Firm combines the skills of seasoned litigators with the flexibility of a dynamic law firm to achieve extraordinary results for its clients.  Its practice focuses on commercial litigation, antitrust & trade regulation, congressional investigations, white collar criminal defense, False Claims Act & whistleblower, and significant health care matters.


About Earley Information Science

EIS helps organizations establish a strong information architecture and management foundation to drive strategic business outcomes and enhance operational performance. EIS has more than 20 years of experience in working with Fortune 1000 organizations globally across many industries. Corporate headquarters are in the Boston metropolitan area with consultants working on projects around the world. For more about Earley Information Science, visit our website at or contact us at


About Holly Group

Through consulting and training, Holly Group supports your information governance aspirations everywhere from basic planning through vendor selection and user adoption, including strategy and policy development, maturity modeling, needs assessment, RFP prep, and change management.

Because it doesn’t offer implementation services or receive vendor commissions, the firm has no hidden agenda. Instead, it remains focused on one simple question: what business problems are you trying to solve, and for whom?

Holly Group addresses this question by leveraging a field-tested, structurally cohesive methodology that informs decisions about (1) how to better business processes, (2) how to better protect information, and (3) how to better apply information technology. For in the end, it’s all about one thing: deriving Maximum Total Value® from the info/records/content/documents/data that make organizations go, and the solutions used to manage and protect them.