The explosion in the volume of ESI and the scattered nature of its sources and repositories are making e-discovery very challenging. Many organizations can benefit by establishing the role of a search specialist who is dedicated to finding the content that’s required for investigations, litigation, and regulatory inquiries. In this three-hour course, you will learn about the types of skills and backgrounds conducive to the role; questions to ask in preparation for the search; how to set expectations and communicate efficiently with stakeholders; the pros and cons of certain technologies and search methodologies; how the search specialist affects the legal hold process; and much more. The course also takes you through a case-study scenario to practice applying the information it contains.
Upon completion of this online course, participants will be able to:
- Analyze the various elements of the IT infrastructure and identify the types and locations of information assets within the scope of the search
- Explain the capabilities and limitations of search technologies and apply the best search methodology based on the targeted data set, repository, and desired result
- Describe the "hold everything" strategy and its negative consequences focus
- Summarize a process for assuring a successful legal hold focus
- Explain the impact of certain technologies on the search process and describe the ways a legal strategy can impact the search process focus
- Identify key stakeholders and their roles in the search process focus
- List the benefits to the organization of the search specialist role focus
- Summarize the role and value of a checklist in the search process
Estimated time of completion: 3.0 hours
ICRM Maintenance Credits: 3.0 credits
IGP Recertification Credits: 3.0 IT credits
You have 24 months from the date of registration to complete the certificate. Here's HOW TO ACCESS YOUR EDUCATION.