The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) were last overhauled in 2006 to specifically include electronically stored information (ESI). Today, the FRCP are being reviewed again and many amendments have been proposed and are being considered. Read More
About The Lunch
Controle’s own eDiscovery attorney, Elizabeth Fogerty, will discuss the challenges corporations face when trying to comply with eDiscovery demands. Elizabeth consults Fortune 1000 companies on discovery, litigation preparedness, retention policies and defensible deletion. She is a CEDs certified eDiscovery specialist and has been practicing law since 2001. Read More
I was very privileged to attend an Information Governance retreat in Chatham, Massachusetts recently. The retreat was attended by in-house and outside counsel from a number of large institutions. The panel topics and panelists were exceptional.
The major theme of the track that I attended was “Information Governance Best Practices and The Impact They Have On eDiscovery.” In-house counsel shared with the audience their particular organization’s IG strategies, where they were on the maturity curve and the successes they have had to date. Read More
Oak Brook, IL — September 29, 2014 — Today, Controle announced the hiring of Tony Patrick as Principal eDiscovery Consultant, joining the company’s eDiscovery and Compliance Consulting Practice. He will begin his new role on October 1st.
Tony brings 14 years experience in the field of digital evidence, plus previous IT experience, having twice built computer forensics labs, plus an in-house eDiscovery consulting and full EDRM spectrum service at a fortune 100 corporation.
He joins Controle from FedEx, where he was Technical Principal of eDiscovery, a role in which he lead the development of an eDiscovery program resulting in mult-million dollar cost avoidance, along with driving increased quality and risk reduction through automation, process engineering and documentation. Read More