ILTA Master Class: Transforming Information Governance and eDiscovery to Reduce Costs

When:  May 2, 2024 from 13:00 to 14:00 (ET)


Over the past quarter-century, the landscape of eDiscovery and information governance (IG)has undergone significant transformation.

What began as a focus on managing email and documents has evolved into a complex environment encompassing a growing volume and increase in the types of communication.

However, many corporations and their discovery counsel are still grappling with outdated technology, legal hold workflows, and data management, resulting in heightened risk and substantial financial cost.

Join us as we discuss how to best update and enforce new IG policies and review and produce these new data types efficiently.

Key Learnings and takeaways:

  • Evolution of eDiscovery and IG: Gain insights into the transformation of eDiscovery and information governance over the past 25 years, from an initial focus on managing email and documents to now handling a wide array of communication types.
  • Challenges and Risks: Explore the challenges faced by corporations and their discovery counsel, including updating technology, legal hold workflows, and data management practices. Learn how these challenges and risks can be mitigated with proper technology and processes.
  • Best Practices and Solutions: Learn about best practices for updating and enforcing new IG policies, as well as efficient methods for reviewing and producing new data types. Discover strategies for mitigating risks and reducing costs associated with eDiscovery and information governance.


Rick Clark, VP, Strategic Partnerships at CloudNine

Dean Gonsowski, CRO at Gimmal

Matt Krengel, Discovery Counsel & Director of Information Retention Counseling, Cooley LLP

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