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GDPR is here. It's Time to Rethink eDiscovery

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Dec 4, 2018 1:01 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jo Sherman
Founder and CEO @EDT Software
Jo is the founder & CEO of EDT, a software company that develops case management software for litigation, investigations & eDiscovery. Since 2002, EDT has been embraced by an international client base of GLOBAL100 & Magic Circle law firms, Fortune 20 corporations, government agencies, forensic experts, & consulting service providers. Jo has leveraged a law degree & a computer science major to apply technology to law in the international context. Over the past 25 years, she has held managing director & CEO roles in 3 legal technology companies she started. Jo has also worked as a court registrar, a technology strategist, a legal business analyst, a software architect, a justice department information governance director and a law society CIO. She has also been engaged as a strategic technology adviser to many courts & chief justices. In 2017, Jo established EDT’s AI Lab to develop machine learning & natural language processing utilities for law.
Karen Lee Lust
Associate @Reed Smith
Karen’s Data Privacy & Data Security practice involves advising clients across jurisdictions regarding cross-border transfer and information governance issues arising in the US and EU. Karen has also advised regarding GDPR compliance, including structuring and implementing processes and GDPR programs, as well as preparing for and undertaking GDPR audits. Karen counsels clients with regard to best practices and company policies dealing with processing and transfer of personal data of employees and customers, as well as preparing for and responding to data breaches. Karen is CIPP/E certified under the IAPP certification scheme for privacy professionals with regard to European data privacy laws.
Jonathan Maas
CEO @The Maas Consulting Group
Jonathan specializes in working with lawyers, IT people, and suppliers, negotiating, delivering cost-effective solutions, writing, speaking, listening, hearing, attention to detail, humor, determination, tact and diplomacy, management, encouraging the best out of people, removing problems, teamwork and getting things done. His experience of identifying, collecting, classifying and acting on data in the legal environments of investigations and disputes continues to add value in the current environment of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Information Governance and preparations for the UK to leave the European Union (BREXIT). Sound and defensible data management is more important in business than it has ever been.