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Doing more with less: how to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of investigations and eDiscovery (German Language)

25 November 2021, 16:00hrs CET

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Doing more with less: how to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of investigations and eDiscovery (German Language)

Overview

Please note – this webinar will be presented in the German language
The rising volume and complexity of  investigations and eDiscovery document requests each year – from compliance investigations and antitrust matters to tax proceedings and international litigation –  regularly challenge legal departments and law firms.

Join this live webinar to learn how to stay in control of your legal data, better understand litigation risks earlier in the process for faster downstream decisions and implement cost-effective and efficient approaches for investigation, litigation and document review.

Leading legal and technology experts will discuss salient challenges in today’s legal environment and demonstrate how innovative eDiscovery software and services can help you efficiently move through complex matters.

You will learn:

  • Approaches for maximum cost control in investigations and eDiscovery document reviews
  • Next generation eDiscovery solutions that can provide  a better understanding of the merits and risks of the case at an earlier stage
  • Looking ahead to the next 18 months – how legal departments can influence change now.

Please note – this webinar will be presented in the German language


Speakers

Michael Mayer

European Counsel, Jones Day
Michael Mayer, a certified compliance expert, focuses his practice on a range of compliance matters, including internal investigations, anticorruption due diligence, as well as implementation and assessment of compliance programmes. Michael has significant experience in complex, multi-jurisdictional compliance investigations involving the DOJ, the World Bank or German investigative authorities. He was a member of a large cross-border investigation in connection with proceedings initiated by the US and German regulatory and law enforcement authorities. He has conducted more than 450 interviews in German, English and Russian and is regularly responsible for project management and effective use of artificial intelligence in the context of eDiscovery and big data analysis in investigations.

Michael Wiegand-Mueller

Manager eDiscovery / Managed Review EMEA, OpenText Discovery
Michael Wiegand-Mueller, is an attorney at law and economics lawyer with more than 10 years of experience in international eDiscovery projects for corporate lawyers and law firms. In his role at OpenText, he is responsible for the management of staff, projects and reporting and communication with the client. Michael has trained customers in OpenText Axcelerate, provided advice on TAR and the use of AI and developed workflows for litigation projects. With his extensive background in criminal law, he advises clients on using eDiscovery workflows to improve traditional investigations, as well as leading the Recon Service Department for OpenText EMEA. Michael’s focus is on delivering an end-to-end service to his clients that is both effective and cost efficient.


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