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Corporate legal departments regularly collect data during internal investigations, transactions, government inquiries, and general litigation.

Join us for this on-demand webinar where our panelists discuss innovative new strategies for collecting and preserving your data to be able to easily access and use the data again when needed. Learn how to centralize and simplify to gain control of your data. You’ll see examples of how business reporting can help to visualize the entire legal process and its data.

Our panelists discuss how to identify situations where it will be most effective to reuse data across matters, and how a central approach will lower your overall costs related to e-discovery.

You will learn:

  • Strategies and tools for collecting data during discovery, and how to preserve these data sets for future use;
  • Guidelines for recognizing when and which datasets should be retained and reused in different types of matters;
  • How centralizing and recycling data collected during discovery lowers overall costs.

Who would benefit most from watching this webinar?

In-house legal department leaders across all industries; in-house counsel; in-house legal operations leaders and professionals.


John Tredennick
Bob Ambrogi | Legal Technology Author & Catalyst’s Communications Director

Robert has been writing and speaking about legal technology and the Internet for two decades. He writes the award-winning blog LawSites and is a columnist for Above the Law, the ABA Journal and Law Practice magazine. He co-hosts the longest-running legal podcast, Lawyer2Lawyer, as well as the podcast Law Technology Now, both available through the Legal Talk Network. In 2011, Bob was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” He is also a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management.


Aaron Crews
Aaron Crews | Senior Associate General Counsel, Global Head of E-Discovery |Walmart

Aaron is responsible for Walmart’s e-discovery process and strategy, as well as the legal portion of the company’s information governance programs. In addition, he collaborates with other groups within Walmart regarding data privacy, information security, technology and related issues. Before joining Walmart, Aaron was an equity shareholder at Littler Mendelson, and one of the firm’s e-discovery counsel.

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Alon Israely | Co-Founder, Total Discovery/BIA

A data collection and preservation expert, Alon is a co-founder of New York-based legal services company, Business Intelligence Associates Inc., a legal technology consulting and solutions firm. In 2015, the company’s software and technology division, based in Seattle, was spun-out as its own company and Alon was tapped to lead it. TotalDiscovery provides a legal compliance platform to corporations, government and law firms. Alon also works with corporations and government entities as an expert witness and consultant on legal compliance, e-discovery and information security and privacy related issues.


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