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LIE300980 - Talk Discovery to Me: How to Conduct Effective Interviews with IT and Custodians

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The best technology and workflows are of little value if you don’t have the right data in a usable format. Failing to preserve, bad data collections, or abnormal data storage can sabotage your collection and review of potentially relevant data. A key to avoiding these potential saboteurs is conducting effective interviews with your client’s IT administrators and custodians. Done well, these interviews can help you identify and properly preserve the relevant data sources, address potential challenges, and ensure that you have the right processes and the right technology solutions from the outset. If the interviews are done poorly, however, it can create hurdles throughout the entire discovery process. Based on their years of experience in the industry, the panelists will provide examples of good and bad interview techniques, discuss challenges they have encountered or avoided in the past, and present ideas that you can take into your next interview.


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Information Governance & Compliance, Law in Practice
Industry General
In-house Counsel, Litigation Support Professional, Outside Counsel, Paralegal
Legal and Industry Education
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1 hour
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