LOS ANGELES – April 21, 2006 – Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro LLP (JMBM), one of California’s foremost full-service law firms, today announced that Stan Gibson, JMBM partner and a founding member of the Firm’s Discovery Technology Group, will speak, by invitation, at the AIIM Conference and Exposition in Philadelphia on May 18.
"The costs of inadvertent mismanagement of business information is rampant. This, coupled with the significant problems resulting from e-discovery, must be addressed by every business facing material litigation," said Gibson. "The new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which address electronic discovery for the first time, will only make this worse. I hope my presentation will shed light on how to avoid most of the common pitfalls, as well as help businesses prepare for this new and potentially perilous environment."
Gibson’s address will focus on the ways companies can quickly identify valuable data within millions of pieces of unstructured, corporate information found in e-mail messages (sent and stored in content management systems, corporate desktop/laptop PCs, etc.) to control rising corporate litigation expenses. Additionally, he will explain how the new rules for electronic discovery will impact businesses when they become involved in litigation.
The AIIM Conference and Exposition is a three-day event held at Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania Convention Center that focuses on trends in content and information management. For more information about the conference, please visit: http://www.aiimexpo.com.
About JMBM’s Discovery Technology Group
JMBM’s Discovery Technology Group focuses on providing businesses with practical and cost-effective electronic data management and e-discovery solutions. Visit JMBM.com/DTG for more information.