eTERA Consulting to Host Webinar on In-House E-Discovery in 2011

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Todd Haley and John Rubens will Address How In-House E-Discovery Organizations can Improve Performance, Reliability and Cost Efficiency

“Exploding volumes of ESI, the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and increasing regulatory scrutiny make this a critical time for organizations to re-evaluate their in-house electronic discovery practices.”

eTERA Consulting, a professional services firm specializing in providing data management solutions to Fortune 500 companies and the AmLaw 100, today announced a complimentary webinar focused on How Your In-House E-Discovery Organization Can Improve Performance, Reliability and Cost Efficiency. Speakers for the webinar will include eTERA Consulting’s Todd Haley, Vice President of Electronic Discovery and John Rubens, Managing Director of Corporate Analysis. The webinar is part of eTERA Consulting’s ongoing series of training and education initiatives to help clients stay abreast of critical issues surrounding electronic discovery and electronically stored information (“ESI”).

“Exploding volumes of ESI, the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and increasing regulatory scrutiny make this a critical time for organizations to re-evaluate their in-house electronic discovery practices,” said Alan Brooks, Vice President of Marketing. “This webinar brings together two of eTERA Consulting’s leading experts possessing a unique blend of litigation, technology, and electronic discovery expertise. They will discuss industry trends, highlight best practices, and help attendees bridge the communication gap between legal, compliance, risk management and information technology.”

In this E-Discovery management webinar, attendees will learn about:

  • Trends – What are the latest trends in in-house electronic discovery
  • Functions – How to evaluate what functions to keep in-house
  • Processes – Managing defensibly sound processes
  • Technology – What products are raising red flags in organizations and which emerging technologies should you be evaluating
  • Outsourcing – How managed services can play a significant role in improving performance, reliability and cost predictability

The complimentary webinar will take place on Wednesday, March 16, 2011 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EDT. To reserve a webinar seat now, please go to:

About the Speakers
With over 16 years of information technology and litigation support experience, Todd Haley brings a different perspective to the litigation support arena, applying the managed services, information governance and workflow protocols of the information technology arena to litigation support. He specializes in complex electronic discovery, information governance and data technology, including matters throughout the EDRM model. As eTERA Consulting’s Vice President of Electronic Discovery, he regularly consults clients on how to plan a defensible electronic discovery and data retention strategies.

With over 15 years of experience, John Rubens has an extensive background in corporate analysis, including ESI indexing solutions, forensic analysis and acquisition, and Early Information Assessmentsm methodologies. In addition, John has a diverse background in legal, information technology and corporate risk management. As eTERA Consulting’s Managing Director of Corporate Analysis, John manages both internal operational and field service professionals who provide a flexible range of technical services.

About eTERA Consulting
eTERA Consulting specializes in helping organizations improve information governance, compliance and discovery management. We are a technology independent consultancy with a broad range of services from strategic information consulting to project-based engagements. Our proven Early Information Assessmentsm (EIA) planning methodology provides clients with the management expertise, technology resources and analytical tools needed to craft innovative solutions focused on achieving increased efficiencies, cost savings, command and control, and enhanced decision-making abilities. Headquartered in Washington, DC, eTERA Consulting has served the legal industry since 2004. The company also maintains additional offices across the U.S. eTERA Consulting was named to The Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private U.S. companies in 2010. For more information, please visit

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Joe Kanka
(240) 751-8349

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