Speakers: Tara Emory, Yohance Bowden, and Ignatius Grande
The Internet of Things (IOT) has arrived. Though we are still just seeing the beginnings of the IOT, already things such as cars, household appliances, cars, and personal health devices are capturing and storing data on a round the clock cycle. This webinar will discuss implications of these new data sources on:
Yohance Bowden | Litigation Associate | Hughes Hubbard & Reed
Yohance Bowden is a litigation associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. Mr. Bowden has acquired significant experience representing clients in the pharmaceutical and energy industries in products liability matters. His practice includes litigation in federal and state courts, electronic discovery and information governance matters. Mr. Bowden has developed a particular expertise in cross-border discovery issues, including data protection in the European Union.
Tara Emory | Director of Corporate Strategy | Driven Inc.
Tara S. Emory advises companies on litigation readiness strategies, including data management and best practices. She also advises legal clients on technological strategies to maximize efficiency of discovery efforts. Prior to joining Driven, she was a senior associate in the antitrust practice at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, with over nine years of experience that included managing large Second Requests and other discovery projects with a focus on minimizing risk and cost to her clients.
Ignatius Grande | Senior E-Disovery Attorney | Hughes Hubbard & Reed
Ignatius Grande is Senior E‐Discovery Attorney/Director of Practice Support at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. In his role at Hughes Hubbard, Ignatius advises case teams and clients on how to best leverage the latest technologies and e‐discovery practices to efficiently guide matters from initial document preservation and collection through to review and production. He also serves as adjunct professor to St. John’s Law School where he teaches E-Discovery.