The 13th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute will be held November 10-11 in Washington, D.C.
John Collins, director of information governance & Office 365 consulting, will moderate a panel at this year’s Georgetown Law Advanced eDiscovery Institute, to be held at the JW Marriot, Washington D.C., November 10 – 11, 2016.
Collins will moderate a session titled “360 Analysis on Office 365”. The session will provide a full briefing on electronic discovery in Office 365. Office 365 is Microsoft’s market-leading email, collaboration, and file-sharing service. The session will highlight the critical elements of Office 365 from an eDiscovery perspective, including a review of the platform’s built-in eDiscovery capabilities which include identification, preservation, collection, and technology assisted review (TAR).
Georgetown’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute provides attendees access to federal judges and experts in the practice of eDiscovery—including attorneys, academics, and consultants. Attendees receive updates on the latest case law, learn about trends in technology related to eDiscovery, and gain valuable insights on where the practice of eDiscovery currently stands—and where it is headed.