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Boston Chapter Meeting - Ethics in eDiscovery

  • 14 Nov 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
  • Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP 1 Federal Street Boston, MA 02110

On November 14, 2018, please join us for “Ethics in eDiscovery.” Here are the details:

Time:

12:00PM - 1:30PM

Location:

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

1 Federal Street

Boston, MA 02110

Please Note:

Space is limited - register ASAP!

If you need to change your RSVP from “Yes” to “No,” or if you want to bring a guest, please contact us at boston@womeninediscovery.org.

Lunch Sponsor:

Compliance Discovery Solutions

Panel:

Our panelists will discuss “Ethics in eDiscovery.” The panel will examine our ethical duties at various levels of ediscovery in the wake of rapid technological development and evolving legal standards. We look forward to your presence and input as we discuss this important topic!

Panelists:

Erin Higgins is a partner with Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP. Ms. Higgins is an experienced trial lawyer who specializes in professional liability defense. She co-chairs the firm’s Professional Liability Practice Group and the Pro Bono Committee, as well as serves as the firm’s Risk Management partner.

Lauren Kaplan is a Business & IP Litigation Technology Paralegal with Burns & Levinson LLP. In this role, she supports the firm’s attorneys with their eDiscovery needs, in addition to her more traditional paralegal duties. Over the 18 years Ms. Kaplan has worked in firms between LA and Boston, she developed an eDiscovery expertise which has led her to become invaluable to helping to educate attorneys, paralegals and support staff.

Marc Zamsky is Chief Operating Officer of Compliance Discovery Solutions. Mr. Zamsky offers more than twenty years of experience architecting, marketing and delivering comprehensive discovery solutions to AmLaw 200 and Fortune 1000 companies. As COO, Mr. Zamsky applies a strong record of technology innovation, strategic planning, organic business development and operational efficiency. He guides the firm’s strategic growth, defining processes and workflows to deliver the highest standards of quality and customer service.

Katie Winseck is an adjunct law professor of eDiscovery at Western New England University School of Law and leads the Digital Regulatory Compliance program at United Technologies Corporation. Prior to her current roles, she has served as Head of Digital Forensics and Insider Threat at a fortune 100 financial institution, eDiscovery consultant at a litigation technology service provider and eDiscovery attorney at Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP.

Reminders:

New members are welcome! If your colleagues or friends are interested in joining, please encourage them to visit http://www.womeninediscovery.org and click “Join WiE” (top right).

To contact the Boston WiE Board Members, share ideas, or become more involved, please email us at boston@womeninediscovery.org


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