Introduction Jason M. Shinn Since 2001, Mr. Shinn has focused his legal practice on employment ...
E-Discovery & Employment Litigation: TheProblem of Treasure Troves & Karma
“The reality of electronic discovery is it starts off as theresponsibility of those who don’t understand the technologyand...
Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment Litigation Ignore
Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment LitigationLeave it to Chance
Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment LitigationPlanning & Strategy
Managing E-Discovery Risks•Preventable Risks•Strategic Risks•External Risks
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Webinar Preview: E-discovery and Employment Litigation

A preview of the presentation led by attorney Jason M. Shinn during an hour-long webinar on strategies for obtaining a significant tactical advantage in the electronic discovery preservation battle when it comes to employment litigation. View the entire webinar recording here: http://i-sight.com/e-discovery-tips-for-winning-employment-cases/
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Business      
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Transcripts - Webinar Preview: E-discovery and Employment Litigation

  • 1. Introduction Jason M. Shinn Since 2001, Mr. Shinn has focused his legal practice on employment law and counseling, primarily on the management-side. He has also litigated employment related claims in state and federal courts. Based on this experience, Mr. Shinn publishes an employment law blog, www.MichiganEmploymentLawAdvisor.com, that addresses employment related matters relevant to HR professionals and their companies. Joe Gerard Joe Gerard is the VP of Sales & Marketing at i-Sight, a leading provider of web-based case management software for corporate investigations. He’s worked with companies like Dell, Coke, Allstate, BP and more than 100 others to implement improved investigative processes that leverage best practices and case management.
  • 2. E-Discovery & Employment Litigation: TheProblem of Treasure Troves & Karma
  • 3. “The reality of electronic discovery is it starts off as theresponsibility of those who don’t understand the technologyand ends up as the responsibility of those who don’tunderstand the law.” Craig Ball, E-discovery attorney
  • 4. Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment Litigation Ignore
  • 5. Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment LitigationLeave it to Chance
  • 6. Companies Response to E-Discovery & Employment LitigationPlanning & Strategy
  • 7. Managing E-Discovery Risks•Preventable Risks•Strategic Risks•External Risks

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