Data Retention: Holding on to the Good & Out with the Bad
Large Firm Track (Intermediate)
Thursday, April 4, 2013, 8:30am-9:30am

As federal and state government grapple with regulations on data spills, breach disclosure, and retention regulation, you are left holding the digital bag. This program looks at tools and tips to help understand when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em.


Stacey Blaustein

IBM Corporation, Armonk, NY

Stacey Blaustein is an attorney in the Corporate Litigation Department of the IBM Corporation in Armonk, NY where she manages E-Discovery and is responsible for Cross-Border Discovery as well as aspects of various regulatory work and subpoena matters. She is active in the areas of E-Discovery, Cross-Border Discovery and speaks on these topics. Stacey also sits on IBM’s Social Media and BYOD Policy Committees. Stacey is a graduate of Barnard College of Columbia University and Emory School of Law.

Philip Favro

Symantec Corp, Mountain View, CA

Philip Favro brings over thirteen years of discovery expertise to his position as Discovery Counsel for Symantec Corp. Phil is a speaker, author, blogger and consultant on the challenges that electronic data have imposed on information retention and eDiscovery practices, and how to address those challenges in legal matters. Phil’s expertise has been enhanced by his practice experience as a commercial litigation attorney in which he advised a variety of clients regarding complex discovery issues. Phil is a member of the California and Utah bars. He belongs to the ABA’s Science & Technology Section and to Working Groups 1 and 6 of The Sedona Conference.