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ACEDS Webinar: Returning to Business as Usual – What It Means for IG and Your E-Discovery Obligations

ACEDS Wisconsin Chapter Webinar, August 2020 | Diana M. Fasching | Leslie A. Melo
As the nation continues to struggle with our new COVID-19 realities, it is evident that what will come next is hugely uncertain. “Normal” will likely look very different for the majority of the population, and this includes companies that are navigating if, when and how to address reopening offices and handle employees who are continuing to work remotely. Not only did these businesses have to quickly adapt to a remote workforce, now there are multiple considerations for them to keep in mind.

Webinar – Ephemeral Messaging – Navigating Risk Amid Increasing Adoption

Webinar, January 2020 | Diana M. Fasching | Gareth T. Evans
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 discusses how courts and law enforcement have approached ephemeral messaging, and how companies can navigate its legal and compliance risks.

Webinar – Changing Platforms and Migrating Data: Important Considerations for Defensibility

Webinar, October 2019 | Diana M. Fasching | Timothy H. Hood
Diana Fasching, Timothy Hood and Dan Nichols discuss how to identify and mitigate the risks to good data governance that are inherent in any data migration, including potential impacts on existing legal preservation obligations. The speakers specifically address best practices for defensibility and documentation.

Webinar - Defensible Disposition - You Can Do It ... And It's Worth It!

Webinar, March 2019 | Christopher Q. King | Diana M. Fasching
Karin S. Jenson, Christopher Q. King and Diana Fasching team up for this informational session to advise attendees about programs that can be implemented to serve as an alternative to ongoing storage of legacy data records, which could potentially lead to millions of dollars of cost for document collection, review, and production, when (not if) the data ever becomes part of discovery in litigation.

A Practical, Innovative And Experienced Approach To Legacy Data Remediation; Real-World Examples Of Paper And Electronic Projects

Association of Litigation Support Professionals, March 2011 | Diana M. Fasching
Also Presented by Andy Cosgrove & Moderated by Victoria Edelman

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Returning to a New ‘Business as Usual’: What it Means for Your IG and E-Discovery Obligations

Legaltech News, June 2020 | Diana M. Fasching | Leslie A. Melo

WHAT TO DO WITH EXCESS DATA AFTER RESTRUCTURING

Redgrave Client Alert, March 2020 | Diana M. Fasching

Making the Business Case for Defensible Disposition

ABA Information Law Journal, May 2016 | Diana M. Fasching

Act Now or Pay Later: The Case for Defensible Disposition of Data

PRACTICAL LAW THE JOURNAL E-DISCOVERY BULLETIN, April 2015 | Diana M. Fasching | Monica McCarroll

Using Corporate Know—How To Unfreeze Legacy Data

DRI: E-Discovery Connection, May 2014 | Diana M. Fasching | Staci D. Kaliner

Your Social Media Can Now Go Away When You Do

The Buzz, April 2013 | Diana M. Fasching

Social Media Data Preservation

LJN’s LegalTech Newsletter, Volume 29, Number 3, July 2012 | Diana M. Fasching | Staci D. Kaliner

Enjoy The Cloud And Mitigate The Risks

The Buzz, February 2012 | Diana M. Fasching
also by Ken Prine  Article