SOURCE: Exterro, Inc.

Exterro, Inc.

April 16, 2012 13:43 ET

Exterro's May Webcasts to Provide Latest on E-Discovery Case Law and Evidence Identification Practices

Two New Webcasts to Review Lessons Learned From Recent Cases and Offer Advice on Conducting Effective Custodian Interviews When the Trigger to Preserve Is Pulled

PORTLAND, OR--(Marketwire - Apr 16, 2012) - Exterro Inc., the leading provider of workflow-driven e-discovery software, today announced two new webcasts for May. The webcasts, taking place on May 3 and May 31, 2012, will address new trends and lessons learned from recent e-discovery case rulings and evidence identification practices. The webcasts will feature prominent attorneys and legal experts as follows:

  • E-Discovery Case Law Wake-Up Call: No regrets, just lessons learned...
    May 03, 2012 - 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT

    Almost half way through the year, 2012 has been filled with instructive e-discovery cases that are providing significant wakeup calls to legal teams. While the themes might be familiar -- preservation triggers, cost shifting, cooperation, spoliation, etc. -- it's the "holes" in the e-discovery process that are causing the alarms to go off. Experienced e-discovery attorneys, David Cohen from Reed Smith LLP and Elizabeth Fitzwater from Gibbons P.C. will highlight the cases creating the biggest buzz in the industry and provide a "no regrets, just lessons learned" overview with key takeaways.

  • Mock Interview: Techniques to quickly identify relevant ESI when the trigger is pulled
    May 31, 2012 - 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT

    Like a police officer interrogating a key witness, legal teams have a duty to their clients to diligently interview all key custodians when the trigger to preserve electronic evidence is pulled. Danuta Panich, shareholder at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C., and Kimberly Marin, e-discovery specialist at The Hershey Company, will discuss current practices on how to effectively conduct custodian interviews and equip legal teams with the tools needed for unearthing the vital information required to drive the e-discovery process.

Registration for these complimentary, legal webcasts is available on Exterro's website at Exterro's e-discovery counsel, Bob Rohlf, is serving as moderator on both webcasts.

About Exterro
Exterro, Inc. is the pioneer and leading provider of workflow-driven e-discovery software for corporations and law firms. The proven Exterro Fusion® platform delivers a 360-degree view into the critical data and workflows required for defensibly and cost-effectively managing e-discovery across the EDRM spectrum. The innovative suite of e-discovery applications built on the Fusion platform unify all phases of e-discovery -- from identification, legal hold and early case assessment (ECA) to collection, processing, analysis, review and production. Fusion's open architecture integrates seamlessly with existing business processes and enterprise infrastructures. To learn more, visit