Why Information Governance is Key for eDiscovery

Nuix in conjunction with e.law, hosted a roundtable event in Sydney, Australia to investigate how in-house counsel can proactively manage digital information and plan for eDiscovery.

Enterprise information is growing at unrelenting speed. Our expert panel discuss how business can reduce risk and increase productivity through proactive information governance approaches, including enabling more efficient and cost-effective responses to discovery requests.

We were privileged to host preeminent experts in the field, including a number of prominent speakers from the United States. Information governance issues have become prominent in North America due to a range of “trigger events”, including M&A activity, large expensive disputes, privacy breaches and other strong internal and external pressures.

Our panellists include:

  • Co-chair - Hon. Justice Margaret Beazley, President of the Court of Appeal, NSW
  • Co-chair - Hon. Andrew J. Peck, United States Magistrate Judge, United States District Court, Southern District of New York
  • Jason Baron, Counsel in Information Governance and eDiscovery Group, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Washington D.C.
  • Stephen Stewart, Chief Technology Officer, Nuix
  • Allison Stanfield, Chief Executive Officer, e.law

Watch the video to hear the full panel discussion.

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Stephen Stewart

Stephen Stewart

Chief Technology Officer

Stephen has over 15 years of experience working with both public and private sector organizations to provide solutions for their email, file, and document management/archiving challenges. He joined Nuix in 2008 and has helped numerous financial institutions to develop, design, and implement solutions to meet both their storage and regulatory requirements.

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