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Guillermo Christensen to Speak on Ephemeral Messaging E-Discovery Panel

Guillermo Christensen to Speak on Ephemeral Messaging E-Discovery Panel
April 24, 2019
Ice Miller partner Guillermo Christensen will panel “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t: Discovery of Ephemeral Messaging” at the American Bar Association’s 13th Annual National Institute on E-Discovery at the Mesirow Financial Auditorium in Chicago, IL on April 26.

Guillermo will present alongside Mara Arenson, an attorney for Microsoft’s Office Product Group; Adam Cohen, managing director of Berkeley Research Group; and Karen Wagshul, corporate counsel for Allstate Insurance. Corey Lee, a partner with Hunton Andrews Kurth, will serve as the moderator. The panel, beginning at 9:15 a.m., will examine common e-discovery risks and benefits associated with preserving, collecting and producing data from the Cloud. In addition, the panel will address strategies for managing cloud data retention, data privacy implications of storing data in the cloud and risks associated with using cloud applications for discovery purposes.

The ABA’s Annual National Institute on E-Discovery gathers e-discovery lawyers, judges, consultants and in-house counsels to consider the latest developments and strategies for managing the e-discovery process. This year’s institute will provide practical guidance for navigating cutting-edge e-discovery issues in civil litigation, such as discovery of cloud data, blockchain as evidence, ephemeral messaging, early discovery pilot programs, ethical obligations in discovery and more.

Guillermo Christensen is a partner in Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy and White Collar Defense Groups. He combines his experience as an attorney, a former CIA intelligence officer and a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State to shape and inform the advice he provides to clients on various enterprise risks involving cybersecurity and national security law. His cybersecurity experience ranges from conducting information security risk assessments that take a “whole of company” approach to managing responses to security incidents and breaches, including those where a nation-state or insider threat may be involved. Guillermo also counsels clients in managing national security reviews through the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), particularly those involving high-technology and critical infrastructure sectors.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.

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