Managing eDiscovery in Microsoft Office 365: Strategies and Best Practices

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Managing eDiscovery in Microsoft Office 365: Strategies and Best Practices

As more corporations move their enterprise data to the cloud, many choose to migrate to the Microsoft Office365 environment. This transition requires legal professionals—both in-house and at law firms—to adjust their current eDiscovery processes and workflows. In this webinar we’ll discuss how to use Office365 to support litigation and regulatory discovery, what to consider as you update internal eDiscovery programs, and what risks may arise for downstream processes and workflows. The panel of experts will also explore how to incorporate information governance into eDiscovery workflows, strategies for leveraging analytics, and best practices for information search and retrieval, within an Office365 environment.


Allan Johnson – Senior Attorney, Southern California Edison (SCE)

Allan D. Johnson is a Senior Attorney in the Law Department at Southern California Edison Company (“SCE”) in Rosemead, CA.  In addition to representing SCE in matters before the California Public Utilities Commission, Allan serves on SCE’s Ediscovery Task Force, which consults with and assists SCE personnel and outside counsel in matters involving electronic discovery.  Allan also conducts training for SCE personnel regarding eDiscovery best practices and procedures.

Before joining SCE, Allan was a member of the Electronic Discovery & Document Retention Practice at O’Melveny & Myers LLP in downtown Los Angeles.

Allan has authored several eDiscovery articles, including “California Enacts Electronic Discovery Rules: New Electronic Discovery Act Brings State Practice in Line With Federal Law,” BNA’s Digital Discovery & E-Evidence Report (August 2009).  Allan is co-author of the practice guide Electronic Discovery Practice Under the Federal Rules (BNA).

Allan is an Adjunct Professor at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles and is a regular guest speaker on Ediscovery issues in law school courses and continuing legal education seminars.

Jennifer Shea Knox – Director, Processing & Production at DiscoverReady

Jennifer manages the teams responsible for DiscoverReady’s world-class operational and technology solutions for data processing and production. Using industry-leading applications and highly customized toolsets, her teams deliver fast, accurate, secure, and scalable data throughput. Her broad industry experience includes eDiscovery technical project management, product management, and legal application software development.


Michael Marks – Senior Consultant at DiscoverReady

Michael Marks is a Senior Consultant at DiscoverReady. With more than two decades of litigation technology experience, Michael has earned a reputation as one of the industry’s most respected eDiscovery consultants. Michael draws on his expertise in database and software applications, automated solutions, and process-driven workflows to help clients find and implement approaches that deliver the most effective results at the lowest cost.


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