Details of the AIIM invitation are below for those wishing to attend this valuable educational event.
AIIM Grand Canyon Chapter
November 2011 Event
November 2, 2011
APS Building, Arizona Center – Learning Center Room A
400 North 5th Street, Phoenix, Arizona
Park in the Arizona Center garage on 5th St and Fillmore.
Please remember to get your parking validated at the Security Desk)
7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Presentation
9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Open discussion
Litigation is not isolated to one corporation or one instance within a corporation. Discovery is not when, but how often. It is a cost of doing business these days that can drastically alter an organization's sense of security and touch every area of the firm. The costs are astronomical in review and preparation alone. Not to mention, the process can be confusing with chain of custody questions, the multitude of vendors involved, and the abundance of technologies concerned. This often results in unpredictable costs and legal headaches. How can you manage discovery in an effective and defensible way to avoid all these discovery woes?
Topics We Will Explore:
1. Designing and managing eDiscovery projects
2. Evolving thoughts and eDiscovery project management
3. Variations in project lifecycles
4. Pre-project planning and infrastructure
5. Project design
6. ESI Technologies and how to choose the right one for your project
7. Project execution and dealing with pitfalls
Join us November 2nd, as renowned discovery expert Mark Walker shares his expansive real life experience on how to manage complex litigation projects and avoid the pitfalls of discovery. This presentation focuses on the processes after a company is notified of litigation and the steps to take for a successful outcome.
Speaker Bio: Mark Walker
Mark Walker is the Senior Director of Consulting and Client Services for Forensics Consulting Solutions, LLC (FCS). Mark is responsible for the delivery of consulting services as well as oversight of the FCS Forensics services unit. With more than 25 years litigation support experience, Mark is recognized as a technology pioneer both inside and outside the courtroom. As an educator, Mark has presented at numerous conferences and has authored a number of award-winning books, articles and white papers on trial, discovery and the application of technology. Mark has received numerous honors, throughout his career including Excellence in Education Award in 2001, and a three time recipient of Advanced Micro Devices "Author of Merit" award. Mark was featured in Legal Assistant Today's September-October, 2003 edition on technology. You can follow Mark on his Blog: The Digital Advantage: www.esiblogwalker.blogspot.com.
$5.00 Professional Member
$5.00 Guest Attendee with Member (Member free for this meeting)
$10.00 - Members (AIIM or ARMA)
$15.00 - Non-members
(Cash or checks will be accepted at the door. No credit cards)
Please register online http://www.aiim.org/
FCS was founded in 2001 by Kelly “KJ” Kuchta, one of the nation’s leading experts in information security and computer forensics, and is based in Phoenix, Arizona. With its world-class data center and reputation for establishing repeatable, defensible processes, FCS continues to be first to market with innovative processes and solutions for its clients that have changed the way discovery is managed. Discover why FCS was chosen to handle the largest IP litigation in history. Discover FCS!
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Forensics Consulting Solutions
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complex discovery solutions, managed services, project management, IP litigation, mergers and acquisitions, ediscovery, document review