IT Tools and Techniques - Panel Discussion - Chapter 15 - Electronic Disclosure in International Arbitration

Mark Yacano
David J. Howell
Ashley B. Watson
Thomas W. Avery
Jerry F. Barbanel
Stephen D. Whets
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24 pages
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PDF from "Electronic Disclosure in International Arbitration"
October, 2008
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About the Moderator:

MARK YACANO is a Partner and manages the Discovery Solutions Practice at the national law firm of Wright Robinson Osthimer & Tatum.

About the Panelists:

DAVID J. HOWELL is Co-Chair of the Global International Arbitration practice of Fulbright & Jaworski and acts as counsel and advocate in complex international arbitrations of commercial, investment and construction disputes. He has practiced in London, Dubai and Singapore and is a Fellow of the UK, Singapore and Hong Kong Institutes of Arbitrators.

ASHLEY B. WATSON is General Counsel of Attenex and is a recognized industry expert on corporate e-discovery deployments. Prior to joining Attenex she served as senior litigation counsel in BellSouth's Complex Litigation Group where she acted as lead counsel on the company's most significant litigation and developed BellSouth's process for preserving documents and handling electronic discovery.

THOMAS W. AVERY is the Head of Operations for Aon's Electronic Discovery group and has more than 20 years of experience in high-tech investigations and law enforcement.

JERRY F. BARBANEL is an Executive Vice President of Aon Consulting's Financial Advisory and Litigation Consulting Services practice. He serves on the electronic discovery working groups of the Sedona Conference and is an advisory board member of Societas Advocatorum, an anti-corruption organization.

STEPHEN D. WHETSTONE is Vice President of Stratify, Inc., a leading electronic discovery service provider, and was formerly a Litigation Partner at Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault and a former litigator at Skadden where he specialized in securities, patent and e-discovery matters.

JONATHAN SACHS is an Ontrack Discovery legal consultant for Kroll Ontrack in New York City. In this position, Mr. Sachs is responsible for consulting and advising corporations, law firms and government agencies on various electronic evidence and discovery issues.