Don't Let Your Records Knock You Out: Document Management Policies
Miami, FL 33131
Costs of e-discovery due to litigation or potential litigation are soaring. Now, organizations are relying on their document retention policies to help manage litigation costs and legal risk. Please join our seminar: Don't Let Your Records Knock You Out: Document Management Policies
This seminar is designed for attorneys, CEOs, CFOs and CIOs. In this seminar you will learn:
- How to minimize e-discovery costs and risks
- Best practices for email retention and litigation readiness
- Strategies for implementing document retention policies
- How to assess if your document retention practices are prepared to manage e-discovery
- Methods to reduce data management and storage costs
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
8:00AM - 8:30AM (Registration)
8:30AM - 9:30AM
Holland & Knight
701 Brickell Avenue, Suite 3000
Miami FL 33131
Attorney, Holland & Knight
Ms. Strnad practices in the litigation department and has experience in both federal and state courts, regulatory investigations, congressional investigations and internal investigations. Ms. Strnad has extensive experience in e-discovery, forensic and document retention arenas. She is a member of the Sedona Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1), as well as Holland & Knight’s national Electronic Data Discovery Team. Ms. Strnad speaks frequently on the topics of e-discovery and document retention matters and is a contributing author to the PLI Compliance Answer Book.
Jorge Rey, CISA, CISM, CGEIT.
Manager, Kaufman, Rossin & Co.
Mr. Rey provides consulting services in IT security, information management and e-discovery. He is president of the Palm Beach chapter of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA) and is a member of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) working group on Metrics which develops guidelines and standards for e-discovery consumers and providers. Mr. Rey has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including the Miami Herald and Computerworld.