Our series of on-demand webinars take an in-depth look into the latest trends surrounding ediscovery and corporate legal.
Product Showcase: Ediscovery is Complicated. Your Ediscovery Software Shouldn’t Be. Welcome to the ZDiscovery
For over a decade Zapproved has been building ediscovery solutions for the unique needs of in-house legal departments. Today, we are taking that foundation to the next level. We’ve taken everything that people love about our legal holds, our processing and review engine, and everything in-between and united them into a single platform that makes it even easier for in-house teams to solve these evolving ediscovery challenges. Welcome to the ZDiscovery platform!
Join us to learn how ZDiscovery helps corporate legal teams save time on hold management, reduce costs by bringing more in-house, and mitigate risk with easy-to-use features, visibility across matters, enterprise-level security, and the built-in flexibility to plug into any company’s technology ecosystem or outside counsel strategy.
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Featured On-Demand Webinars
Whether you’re a legal operations pro, an ediscovery manager, or even general counsel, one of the most critical relationships for you to develop within your company is your alliance with the IT department.
In this webinar, cohosted by Onna, we discuss the key considerations that leaders at enterprise companies need to keep in mind as they evolve their preservation strategy to keep up with the evolution of increased remote work in the digital age.
In this session, we will walk you through our proven methodology, validated by 3rd party researcher Hobson & Co. We will show you how to assess your current resource costs, evaluate key areas for improvement, and calculate payback time for technology investments.
In this webinar, we will show you 5 simple tips that will improve your custodian compliance, reduce your time spent following up with employees, and improve your defensibility.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to successfully advocate within your organization and build a business case for in-house preservation, processing, culling, and review.
Slack, Microsoft Teams, Zoom… these are words that strike fear in the hearts of ediscovery professionals everywhere. Remote collaboration tools are the new frontier when it comes to ESI. Yet, few corporate legal teams feel comfortable with the reality that email is no longer the default communication channel of the modern workplace.
In this webcast, we discuss key strategies for streamlining and optimizing your ECA process. We also show you how Digital Discovery Pro--a processing, culling, and review platform designed specifically for in-house teams--helps corporate counsel perform ECA more confidently using the staff they already have.
Legal Departments have already undergone a massive shift in recent years with mandates to behave more like traditional business units. Now, with new regulations coming near constantly, additional privacy, security, compliance, and information governance responsibilities are being added rapidly.
In January 2019, the ABA published a new set of guidelines concerning the use of special masters. The use of special masters remains an underutilized form of dispute resolution. Join this all-star panel as they explore the pros and cons and share their thoughts on best practices to maximize benefits while mitigating the potential downsides.
What makes a great legal hold process? We all know that preservation of evidence is the precursor to ediscovery and all ensuing negotiations and court proceedings. But how you recognize and respond to a preservation obligation can have long-lasting effects!
Understanding all of the systems being used across your company has been a growing challenge for many years, with many companies just starting to get a handle managing a data map of all the applications that are in use.
In a discussion moderated by legal industry analyst, Ari Kaplan, who will share findings from his 2020 E-Discovery Unfiltered report, learn how industry leaders from some of the world's largest companies are applying best practices for navigating this new era.
As the line between work and home blurs, corporate legal teams may see a downturn in certain types of workplace-related matters, but we can all expect a new category of Covid-19 claims.
With the massive increase in remote work, much of the country is experiencing, collaboration and communication are largely being managed via cloud applications like Slack, G Suite, and Microsoft Teams. This is creating an exponential amount of non-traditional data, posing new challenges for legal teams.