|By Marketwired .||
|July 9, 2014 01:23 PM EDT||
BEAVERTON, OR -- (Marketwired) -- 07/09/14 --
Exterro has launched a new E-Discovery Masters Series exclusively focused around in-house e-discovery processes and practice. The series, taking place throughout the summer and fall, includes five complimentary, CLE-accredited webcasts, each accompanied by related educational materials. The five "courses" will dive into a range of subjects, including e-discovery costs, process, technology integration, defensibility and strategy.
Exterro's E-Discovery Masters Series begins on July 23, 2014, and runs through October. All webcasts start at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT and run for 60 minutes.
The series will feature corporate practitioners from some of the world's largest organizations, such as AOL and Allstate Insurance, as well as e-discovery and information governance experts from such companies as FTI Consulting, Norton Rose Fulbright, Informatica and Deloitte Consulting. The five webcasts will address the following topics:
Course #1: Survey Says...Insights into the Latest Litigation and E-Discovery Cost Trends
Course Focus: Mastering Costs
Webcast Date: July 23, 2014
Course #2: Transforming E-Discovery Process
Course Focus: Mastering Process
Webcast Date*: August 13, 2014
Course 3: Optimizing E-Discovery in a Multi-Vendor Environment
Course Focus: Mastering Integrations
Webcast Date*: September 4, 2014
Course #4: Is Your Legal Hold Process "Reasonable" under the Proposed FRCP Changes?
Course Focus: Mastering Defensibility
Webcast Date*: October 1, 2014
Course #5: Making a Mole Hill Out of a Mountain
Course Focus: Mastering Strategy
Webcast Date*: October 22, 2014
*Date subject to change based on speaker availability.
Registration for Exterro's E-Discovery Masters series is available at: http://www.exterro.com/e-discovery-masters-series. Separate CLE registration is required through NACLE. All Exterro webcasts are recorded and available for on-demand viewing at: http://www.exterro.com/resources/.
Exterro, Inc. is the preferred provider of software specifically designed for in-house legal and IT teams at global 2000 organizations. Positioned as a leader in Gartner's 2014 Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery Software, the company's growth is fueled by a high demand for our enterprise-class solution that delivers process automation across the full EDRM spectrum. Built on an open architecture platform, Exterro Fusion® integrates with existing IT, HR and EDRM systems to deliver complete visibility into all critical data, as well as the flexibility to scale beyond e-discovery to encompass larger legal, compliance and information governance initiatives. For more information, visit www.exterro.com.
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