A Survival Guide to the World of Social Communication

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iCONECT Announces New Fall Webinar Series

iCONECT Development, LLC, technology leaders who reach beyond the status quo with an intuitive and flexible document review platform that works the way you think, announces its new Fall Webinar Series today. The three-part series, “A Survival Guide to the World of Social Communication,” will examine how co-mingled work and personal data can impact your next discovery.

The complimentary webinar series debuts Wednesday, September 18th, at 1:00pm EDT with “Social Communication: Is There Anything Worth Requesting?” What is not requested CAN hurt you. This webinar will review what every lawyer needs to know about the conversations that no longer exist in email, how it will impact the next case, where this information lives and how to access it. The series continues with “Is Private the New Public?” on September 25th and “Using Technology to Turn the Tide” on October 2nd.

Technological innovations are changing the way we work, communicate and live – and how we perform data discovery in litigation. The result is massive volumes and varieties of data – including text, instant messaging and various social media platforms – which are potentially subject to discovery.

For more information, and to register for the webinars, please visit http://www.iconect.com/webinar-series.


iCONECT Development, LLC is a global market leader in developing innovative legal review software, services and programs that empower people to complete complex legal review projects more cost-effectively. As early innovators of eDiscovery review software since 1999, and with the recent release of its revolutionary web-based XERA eDiscovery Review Platform, iCONECT continues to raise the bar for advancements in developing intelligent, easy-to-use tools that help hosting providers, law firms, corporations and government agencies worldwide optimize workflows and manage big data more efficiently.

iCONECT’s corporate headquarters are based in Reston, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), with satellite offices in Los Angeles, California, and London, Canada.

iCONECT and the iCONECT logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of iCONECT Development, LLC or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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