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Exterro Starts 2013 With Two E-Discovery Webcasts Addressing Latest Trends in Predictive Technologies and Cloud Computing

Leading Experts, Including Ralph Losey, William Webber and Bennett Borden, to Discuss the Current Trends, Case Law and Potential Legal Risks Associated With Cloud Computing and Predictive Technologies

PORTLAND, OR -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- Exterro®, the leading provider of unified electronic discovery software, today announced new webcasts for January addressing two topical e-discovery issues: cloud computing and predictive technologies. The webcasts feature e-discovery attorneys and educators, most prominently Ralph Losey, Esq., partner at Jackson Lewis and chair of its Electronic Discovery Practice Group; William Webber, post-doctoral research associate, iSchool, University of Maryland; and Bennett Borden, Esq., partner at Williams Mullen and co-chair of the firm's eDiscovery and Information Governance Section.

Exterro's new webcasts will address the current trends, case law and potential legal risks associated with cloud computing and predictive technologies as follows:

  • Cloud Computing & E-Discovery: A Benefit & Risk Analysis
    Jan 15, 2013 - 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT

    Cloud computing offers significant potential to organizations looking to cost-effectively expand services and support global expansion. However, it also raises serious legal challenges, especially when an organization must identify, preserve, collect, analyze and produce electronically stored information (ESI) in legal or regulatory proceedings. Attorneys Bennett Borden, Esq., partner at Williams Mullen, and James Kunick, Esq., principal at Much Shelist, will join Joe Philipp, director of IT at LightSpeed, to examine real-world case examples and discuss how potential legal risks can be mitigated.

  • ARMA Webcast: Best Practices for Leveraging Predictive Technologies
    Jan 23, 2013 - 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT

    Recent court rulings have given legitimacy to the use of "predictive" technologies in e-discovery. E-Discovery teams are also realizing that predictive technologies can be applied across multiple phases of the EDRM, enabling them to gain crucial intelligence about a matter much earlier in the process. In this webcast, Ralph Losey, Esq., national eDiscovery counsel at Jackson Lewis, and computer science expert William Webber, post-doctoral research associate at the e-discovery lab of the iSchool at the University of Maryland, will address concerns that have been raised about the defensibility of predictive methods and provide best practices for fully leveraging this powerful new technology.

Registration
Registration for these complimentary webcasts is available on Exterro's website at www.exterro.com/events-and-webcasts. All Exterro webcasts are recorded and posted to Exterro's online resource center for on-demand viewing.

About Exterro
Exterro, Inc. is the leading provider of unified e-discovery software. The proven Exterro Fusion® e-discovery platform delivers a 360-degree view into the critical data and workflows required for defensibly and proactively managing e-discovery across the EDRM spectrum. The innovative suite of e-discovery applications built on the Exterro Fusion platform unifies 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 www.exterro.com.

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