AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ --
WHO: Panel of leading eDiscovery experts including Dan Junk, Esq., VP of Business Development, StoredIQ
WHEN: Tuesday, September 15th
9:50 a.m. ET
The Hub Cira Centre -- Philadelphia, PA
TOPIC: Cost-Benefit Analysis of In-house eDiscovery Tools vs. Outsourcing Help
Product liability lawsuits, patent disputes, class action claims, and regulatory investigations continue to challenge healthcare companies. IQPC's 4th Conference on eDiscovery for Pharma, Biotech & Medical Device Industries, focuses on eDiscovery and retention specifically for the highly regulated and litigious drug and medical device markets.
Addressing the cost and benefits of bringing eDiscovery in-house, StoredIQ's Vice President of Business Development, will take part in a panel discussion which includes Dr. Ellen Voorhees, TREC Project Manager from the National Institute of Standards and Technology and Huong Nyugen, Director of Intellectual Property from Impax Laboratories. Panel discussions will center on:
HOW: For more information about the conference and to register, visit: www.ediscoveryevent.com/pharma/
StoredIQ is a leading provider of enterprise-class Intelligent Information Management solutions, enabling organizations to gain visibility and control over business-critical information to help meet their compliance, governance and legal discovery requirements. The company provides a range of integrated solutions for fast response to litigation and investigations, for proactive "litigation readiness," and for information protection and risk management, as well as storage management. Industry-leading companies rely on StoredIQ's award-winning technology to streamline their information management and eDiscovery processes to reduce the risk, complexity and cost of litigation. For more information, visit www.storediq.com.
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