ISACA

Shannon Smith (Director of Information Governance & General Counsel) will present our popular Information Governance and Downstream eDiscovery talk at the ISACA Los Angeles Chapter January 2013 meeting.

Globanet to Present at ISACA San Francisco Chapter

Shannon Smith (Director of Information Governance & General Counsel) will present our popular Information Governance and Downstream eDiscovery talk at the ISACA San Francisco Chapter January 2013 meeting.

 

Recent ACEDS Webinar Tackles Predictive Coding

A recent webinar by ACEDS highlights the current state of predictive coding case law.  The presentation focuses on how to gain judicial approval for technology-assisted review (TAR) and predictive coding.  Also covered is why proper review oversight is key and the possible consequences for poor discovery practices.

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San Gabriel Valley Bar Association Invites Globanet to Speak

Shannon Smith (Director of Information Governance & General Counsel) will present our popular Information Governance and Downstream eDiscovery talk at SGVBA’s December meeting. The presentation will address understanding data in one’s environment before litigation arises.  Shannon will discuss best practices for: records retention, identifying information owners/custodians and data mapping.  Attendees will learn how records policies reduce the volume of discovered and collected data and the overall costs of e-discovery.

Shannon Smith to Present at ARMA

Shannon Smith (Director of Information Governance & General Counsel) will present on Records Management and Downstream eDiscovery at the ARMA Los Angeles Chapter’s November meeting. The presentation will address understanding data in one’s environment before litigation arises.  Shannon will discuss best practices for: records retention, identifying information owners/custodians and data mapping.  Attendees will learn how records policies reduce the volume of discovered and collected data and the overall costs of e-discovery.

Shannon Smith Nominated for Los Angeles Business Journal Award

Globanet congratulates Shannon Smith (Director of Information Governance & General Counsel) on being nominated for an LABJ 2012 Corporate Counsel Award.  The award acknowledges the vital role corporate counsel plays in the success of a company within the Los Angeles business community.  Candidates will be recognized for exemplary legal skill and achievement across the full spectrum of in-house responsibility, exceptional professional and ethical leadership and for contributions to the Los Angeles community at large.  Shannon will be recognized at a networking and awards luncheon on Octo

Globanet Joins ESIBytes Panel on Information Governance & eDiscovery

Shannon Smith, Director of Information Governance & General Counsel, participated in a panel discussion with ESIBytes on September 21, 2012.  The podcast session, entitled "Leveraging Information Governance to Optimize eDiscovery," provides best practices on Information Governance and the impact on downstream eDiscovery.  Shannon was joined by industry experts Anthony Diana (Co-eDiscovery Chair at Mayer Brown) and Bruce Radke (Chair Records Management &a

Shannon Smith to Present at ILTA Los Angeles Event

Globanet's Director of Information Governance & General Counsel, Shannon Smith, will speak about Records Management and Downstream eDiscovery at the ILTA Century City Chapter session on October 10, 2012. The presentation will address how to optimize data in your environment before litigation hits. Shannon will cover a number of topics of interest, including records retention, information custodians/owners, data mapping and ediscovery costs. 

Daily Journal Profiles Globanet and Shannon Smith

Daily Journal staff writer David McAfee recently sat down with Globanet’s Shannon Smith for a Corporate Counsel Q&A.

Courts Continue to Punish Poor eDiscovery Practices with Sanctions

According to recent reports, more and more companies are overlooking their compliance and electronic discovery responsibilities. A Duke Law Journal study makes it quite clear that there has been a huge rise in sanctions for ediscovery related violations.  Courts have been increasingly responding with hard-hitting sanctions designed to protect the discovery or investigative process from being abused.   

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