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Presented by Philip Farvo and Robb Caruso of Driven, Inc. 

Our March 21st meeting focused on eDiscovery, including significant procedural developments, key technological trends impacting Discovery, and updates on Technology-Assisted-Review (TAR) case law.

A PDF version of the slides are available for download HERE

Part of the day's discussion covered the legal and ethical implications of self-destructing messaging applications such as Wickr, Telegram, and Snapchat. If you are interested in reading more, please visit this article from the Utah Bar Journal: A New Frontier in eDiscovery Ethics: Self-Destructing Messaging Applications

This monthly meeting ws sponsored by Information Governance Solutions (IGS). IGS was founded on the belief that People, Policy, and the Regulatory Environment must all come together to create an effective and defensible Information Governance program. With unparalleled expertise, IGS helps organizations achieve success with their records retention program. Please take a moment to check out their website by clicking on the IGS logo. 


Using Blockchain for the Common Good – An Interview with Ashish Gadnis of BanQu

Rafael Moscatel is an executive, writer, and speaker with over 20 years of experience developing innovative and effective information management, digital strategy, and compliance programs for the Fortune 500. He is conducting a series of in-depth interviews with innovators and leaders in the fields of Risk, Compliance, and Information Governance across the globe. 

His sixth interview in this series is with Ashish Gadnis, CEO of BanQu, Inc. Ashish is a recognized thought leader in the blockchain community. He chairs the Financial Inclusion Working Committee for the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and travels the world explaining how this revolutionary new technology is transforming the way we think about supply chain economics. He holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management and graduated from the Global Leadership and Public Policy program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. I spoke with him this July about blockchain, business administration and professional development.

Ashish recently spoke at the MER Conference on the theme of "Records for Humanity" and how data governance impacts the human condition. If you are interested in reading this fascinating and thought-provoking interview, please click the link below. 

Read the interview here.

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