Redgrave LLP Webinar Series

 

 

Webinar Series Listed by Date       

Legal Holds 2.0:  Modernizing Your Legal Holds
December 10, 2019     

Traditional approaches to legal holds may be poorly aligned to the risk profiles of particular litigation and governmental investigation matters.  This webinar will discuss how methodologies such as tiering of custodians and using new technologies can be leveraged to preserve discoverable information more effectively in a manner that is proportional to the needs of the case.

 

Office 365:  Powerful Capabilities but Also New Risks
January 14, 2020

IT departments are increasingly adopting Office 365 for its capabilities and efficiencies in a number of applications, but moving to O365 has legal-related implications about which the legal department — which is often involved late in the process, if at all — may be unaware.  This webinar will discuss these issues, for example: the eDiscovery features that may — or may not — be available at different subscription levels; the application of retention policies to the multiple new applications and data sources within O365; the risk of data loss and defensibility against spoliation sanctions when migrating to the O365 platform; new sources of data in the O365 applications requiring preservation and collection; and various configuration and tenancy options that can affect issues such as possession, custody, and control.

 

State Data Privacy Laws:  An Update on CCPA and Other Legislation
February 11, 2020    

After the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018, multiple states proposed and some have passed similar legislation.  This webinar will discuss what businesses need to know about the various state data privacy laws already enacted and important legislation in the pipeline, including how to be prepared for their requirements. 

 

eDiscovery and the Modern Workplace:  Handling the Explosion of New Apps and Collaboration Tools
March 10, 2020 

New communication and collaboration technologies — such as ephemeral messaging, Slack, and Microsoft’s Teams — are creating new eDiscovery challenges.  This webinar will discuss the unique features of these technologies, how those features create new risks and opportunities in litigation and investigations, and how to navigate those risks and opportunities. 

 

Ephemeral Messaging:  Navigating Risk amid Increasing Adoption
April 14, 2020 

Once viewed with suspicion, ephemeral messaging is now increasingly viewed as a legitimate and even necessary tool for business communications.  But that doesn’t mean that the legal and compliance risks in its use have gone away.  This webinar will discuss how courts and law enforcement have approached ephemeral messaging, and how companies can navigate its legal and compliance risks.

 

GDPR:  Its Impact and Future After Two Years
May 12, 2020

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) became effective in May 2018.  This webinar will discuss the important areas of GDPR compliance that have emerged since then, significant GDPR enforcement actions and fines, and what the future of GDPR is likely to bring. 

 

eDiscovery in Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Litigation
June 9, 2020

eDiscovery is no less important in corporate restructuring and bankruptcy litigation than in traditional litigation, yet it rarely gets the level of attention that it should.  This webinar will discuss the special context and challenges of eDiscovery in restructuring and bankruptcy litigation, and how best to navigate the risks and fast pace of such matters. 

 

The M&A Data Audit:  Know What You’re Getting Before It’s Too Late
July 14, 2020

Very often, the data-related risks in M&A deals that the acquiring company may be taking on get little attention.  Before a deal is consummated, and even before a final price is set, acquiring parties are well-advised to understand what they are getting.  This webinar will discuss how to detect hidden risks; for example, in security, privacy, and eDiscovery exposure.

 

Biometrics and Privacy:  What Are the Limits to Companies’ Use of Biometric Information?
August 11, 2020

With airlines using facial recognition technology in lieu of boarding passes, and the FBI having obtained drivers’ biometric information from many state departments of motor vehicles, the widespread use of biometrics is not the future, but rather the present.  This webinar will discuss how biometric information is being used and its legal limits. 


 



 

Webinars Listed By Subject Matter Area: eDiscovery, Info Gov, Privacy

eDiscovery 

Legal Holds 2.0:  Modernizing Your Legal Holds
December 10, 2019

Traditional approaches to legal holds may be poorly aligned to the risk profiles of particular litigation and governmental investigation matters.  This webinar will discuss how methodologies such as tiering of custodians and using new technologies can be leveraged to preserve discoverable information more effectively in a manner that is proportional to the needs of the case.

 

eDiscovery and the Modern Workplace:  Handling the Explosion of New Apps and Collaboration Tools
March 10, 2020 

New communication and collaboration technologies — such as ephemeral messaging, Slack, and Microsoft’s Teams — are creating new eDiscovery challenges.  This webinar will discuss the unique features of these technologies, how those features create new risks and opportunities in litigation and investigations, and how to navigate those risks and opportunities. 

 

eDiscovery in Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Litigation
June 9, 2020

eDiscovery is no less important in corporate restructuring and bankruptcy litigation than in traditional litigation, yet it rarely gets the level of attention that it should.  This webinar will discuss the special context and challenges of eDiscovery in restructuring and bankruptcy litigation, and how best to navigate the risks and fast pace of such matters. 


 

Information Governance

Office 365:  Powerful Capabilities but Also New Risks
January 14, 2020

IT departments are increasingly adopting Office 365 for its capabilities and efficiencies in a number of applications, but moving to O365 has legal-related implications about which the legal department — which is often involved late in the process, if at all — may be unaware.  This webinar will discuss these issues, for example: the eDiscovery features that may — or may not — be available at different subscription levels; the application of retention policies to the multiple new applications and data sources within O365; the risk of data loss and defensibility against spoliation sanctions when migrating to the O365 platform; new sources of data in the O365 applications requiring preservation and collection; and various configuration and tenancy options that can affect issues such as possession, custody, and control.

 

Ephemeral Messaging:  Navigating Risk amid Increasing Adoption
April 14, 2020 

Once viewed with suspicion, ephemeral messaging is now increasingly viewed as a legitimate and even necessary tool for business communications.  But that doesn’t mean that the legal and compliance risks in its use have gone away.  This webinar will discuss how courts and law enforcement have approached ephemeral messaging, and how companies can navigate its legal and compliance risks.

 

The M&A Data Audit:  Know What You’re Getting Before It’s Too Late
July 14, 2020

Very often, the data-related risks in M&A deals that the acquiring company may be taking on get little attention.  Before a deal is consummated, and even before a final price is set, acquiring parties are well-advised to understand what they are getting.  This webinar will discuss how to detect hidden risks; for example, in security, privacy, and eDiscovery exposure. 


 

Privacy & Security

February 11, 2020   

After the California Consumer Privacy Act passed in 2018, multiple states proposed and some have passed similar legislation.  This webinar will discuss what businesses need to know about the various state data privacy laws already enacted and important legislation in the pipeline, including how to be prepared for their requirements.

 

GDPR:  Its Impact and Future After Two Years
May 12, 2020

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) became effective in May 2018.  This webinar will discuss the important areas of GDPR compliance that have emerged since then, significant GDPR enforcement actions and fines, and what the future of GDPR is likely to bring.

 

Biometrics and Privacy:  What Are the Limits to Companies’ Use of Biometric Information?
August 11, 2020

With airlines using facial recognition technology in lieu of boarding passes, and the FBI having obtained drivers’ biometric information from many state departments of motor vehicles, the widespread use of biometrics is not the future, but rather the present.  This webinar will discuss how biometric information is being used and its legal limits.