October 14, 2021
Columbia partner John Martin will be moderating a panel at the 11th Annual Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) Leadership Summit in Santa Barbara, Calif. The panel, "Discovery Issues that Keep Counsel Up at Night," will discuss the ever-evolving world of e-discovery and how it can affect in-house counsel and legal departments.Click here to learn more!
Nelson Mullins partner Lucie Cohen will be speaking at the 2021 Advanced E-Discovery Institute in Washington, D.C. Cohen's panel, "ESI Storage Matters: Why I Wish We Did Not Chat Anymore," will explore practical aspects of how to design multi-jurisdictional policies in the space between privacy, cybersecurity, and the EDRM model. Co-presenting with Cohen are Stacey Blaustein, Litigation Counsel, IBM; Sarah Knight, Lead Counsel - Privacy, Cybersecurity, and Information Governance, Gilead Sciences; and Phil Favro, eDiscovery and InfoGov Consultant, Driven, Inc.
Cohen is a leader with Encompass, the Nelson Mullins e-discovery practice group and serves as discovery counsel to clients in complex litigation matters and government investigations, developing discovery response strategies, negotiating ESI protocols and other discovery orders, and advocating on behalf of clients regarding scope of discovery, burden issues, and culling and search methodologies.
The 2021 Advanced E-Discovery Institute is an annual gathering to make connections and explore cutting-edge content in technology, e-discovery, privacy, cross-border discovery and data protection, and cybersecurity. Thought leaders from Fortune 500 corporations, high-profile plaintiffs’ law firms, and Am Law 100 firms, as well as prominent federal judges experienced in addressing technology issues in civil and criminal cases will present during this two-day conference.
Registration for Georgetown's Advanced E-Discovery Institute can be done at the RSVP link below. In order to access a $100 discount, use the code AEDISpeaker when signing up.
Friday, Nov. 19, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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