Using Office 365 for eDiscovery: Free Seminar at ESI Forum in San Diego on Nov. 15th

 

This is the flyer for the next MCLE session in our 2018 series. We are pleased again to host nationally-known speaker Tom O’Connor on his annual visit to our Forum. This time he will discuss the eDiscovery challenges and tools to preserve, collect, review and produce the ESI from Office 365 applications. More and more clients, companies, and individuals are using Microsoft’s cloud-based software to manage their businesses and personal affairs. Now Microsoft is incorporating eDiscovery tools within Office 365 that allow execution of some traditional eDiscovery evolutions.  Signup now for this timely presentation.

Please forward a copy of this flyer to anyone else who might be interested.

Sign up on the Forum’s webpage at www.sandiegoesiforum.com. While there, check the list of forthcoming programs and calendar their dates.

Follow our LinkedIn group as an additional way to stay informed. Just click on this link or the LinkedIn symbol on the Forum’s home page.

Please join us for another excellent and timely presentation. Free and informative, as always.

Thanks,

Bill

 

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William N. Kammer| Solomon Ward | 401 B Street, Suite 1200 | San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619.238.4809 | Fax: 619.615.7909 | wkammer@swsslaw.com

 

 

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3 Responses to Using Office 365 for eDiscovery: Free Seminar at ESI Forum in San Diego on Nov. 15th

  1. Marcel Katz says:

    The link to the registration:
    http://sandiegoesiforum.com/events/tom-oconnor-presents-2/
    …is not viewable on my Macbook Air in both Chrome, Safari, nor Firefox.
    Thanks,
    -Marcel Katz

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