Featuring: Tatiana K. Lazdins
Learn with peers in a real-time online environment.
Designed by a multidisciplinary faculty of leading experts, this comprehensive, practical and skills-based Osgoode Certificate explores topics related to the legal and technology issues in eDiscovery, best practices for the preservation of evidence, forensics essentials, information governance strategies, critical updates in privacy, cybersecurity and AI as they relate to information management, and more.
In Module 2: Process, Privilege and Production in eDiscovery, Tatiana Lazdins and her fellow instructors will cover the following topics:
- eDiscovery project management—a practical checklist
- analysis of data
- outsourcing review projects and the evolution of outsourcing
- managing the review—developing a process to leverage technology and reduce costs with the highest-quality results
- common privilege issues
- technological challenges to preserving privilege and privacy (spreadsheets, embedded information, privileged metadata)
- effective responses to inadvertent disclosure of privileged information
- production—quality control and validation of production
- ethics of eDiscovery—ethical and claims risks and how to avoid them
Registration for this five-module certificate includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program. To learn more and register, visit the Osgoode Professional Development website.