Lewis and Roca attorney, George Paul, will be speaking at the Arizona Technology Council's seminar, "Data Management and Security: The Solution to eDiscovery and Compliance". This event focuses on the risks business owners and managers face with poorly secured electronic information.
The explosion of electronic information generated and stored by businesses over the last decade, coupled with the general unpreparedness of businesses to responsibly manage that information, has led many leaders, experts and institutions to redefine both the scope and the priority of data management standards. Even more newsworthy is the fact that businesses are increasingly being held accountable to those new standards – whether imposed by statute, by rules of professional responsibility, by the new rules of civil procedure, by client expectations, or simply by principles of good faith and reasonableness.
The Arizona Technology Council is bringing together national legal experts in data management to educate Arizona business owners and managers on important data management obligations, and to suggest best-practice solutions and strategies to mitigate risks. Don’t miss the first event of the four-part series where you will be exposed to the fundamental risks of using electronic business records in our legal system, including e-discovery and digital evidence authentication, as well as the basic strategies you can incorporate to reduce those risks. The featured panelists will be George L. Paul and Robert Copple, two individuals who have been widely recognized as “best lawyers” in this field.
June 24, 2009
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
1475 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85257
$25 for Arizona Technology Council members
$45 for non-members
For more information on this event, please visit the Arizona Technology Council website.