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General Counsel Toolworks Forum: Data Governance & eDiscovery

Posted by Johnny Lee on December 1, 2011

Sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP’s Forensic & Litigation professionals, the Forum offers educational events and resources for today’s in-house counsel and corporate senior management. We collaborate with trial and transaction lawyers from some the nation’s leading law firms to bring you periodic complimentary webcasts addressing important financial, operational and legal issues that can impact your organization.

Each event will be supported by a customized Toolbox — documents and other resources offering guidance on the topics covered by the webcast.  The next Toolworks Forum will focus upon the state of the e-discovery marketplace; the importance of intelligent, proactive information and litigation management; and practical steps companies can take to reduce expenses and risks associated with civil litigation and government investigations.

This webinar event will be held on Thursday, January 19, 2012, and it will begin at 1:00pm Eastern time and continue for 90 minutes.  CLE credit has been applied for, and full details can be found here.  Johnny Lee, Director in Grant Thornton’s Forensic & Litigation practice, and Dante Stella, eDiscovery practice leader at Dykema Gossett, will present.

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Trick or Tweet? Radio show appearance discussing recent issues on social media…

Posted by Johnny Lee on July 27, 2011

“Social media follows you around. Unlike Vegas, what happens online stays online forever with participants, leaving behind a wake of electronic information. As millions of smart-phone, Twitter, and Facebook users take to the Internet to send messages and post updates, they may place themselves and their businesses at risk.”

ForensicUpdate editor recently hit the airwaves with colleague Philip Ratliff on San Diego’s popular legal talk radio show with Jeff Isaac, host of “The Lawyer in Blue Jeans” program, to illuminate the concerns and issues related to the risks of social media use by individuals and businesses alike.

Listen as Philip Ratliff and Johnny Lee of Grant Thornton LLP’s Atlanta Forensic & Litigation practice discuss social media risks that can become serious issues if not dealt with carefully. Please note that the views and opinions expressed are personal views and are not necessarily those of Grant Thornton; click here for more on this.

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