Collaborating in the Cloud: eDiscovery Risks and Opportunities

As technology continues to evolve and advance at an unprecedented pace, new and unforeseen eDiscovery challenges are emerging. Personal computers have been largely supplanted by smartphones and tablets as the primary devices people use to conduct business, socialize, and access the internet. Storage capacity in these types of devices is routinely measured in the tens or hundreds of gigabytes and, in some cases, even terabytes. These are volumes which just a few years ago were only found in servers. Additionally, virtually any modern consumer product that incorporates electronic components—including automobiles and refrigerators—is likely to include some sort of data storage and the ability to connect to local network or cloud resources.

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Angela Bunting

Vice President – eDiscovery

Angela Bunting is a highly skilled technologist and consultant who has worked with unstructured and structured data technologies for more than 18 years. She is one of Australia’s electronic discovery pioneers and has held technical and managerial roles at global law firm King Wood Mallesons and Law in Order, the country’s leading litigation support bureau. Angela is an active contributor to the Australian technology and eDiscovery communities, supporting programs such as Girl Geeks, Code Dojo and Women in eDiscovery.


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Scott Cohen

Director of eDiscovery & Information Governance, Winston & Strawn LLP

Scott Cohen is responsible for all aspects of litigation support technology, electronic discovery operations and document review center management at Winston & Strawn LLP. With a focus on electronic discovery, records management, and litigation readiness, he advises firm lawyers and clients on a wide variety of technical issues relating to discovery in complex litigation.

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