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Emoji and eDiscovery: How to Mitigate Risky Business
September 8 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The percentage of the connected population utilizing emoji in the workplace has increased from 33% in 2016 to 77%+ today. More than 26 million custom emoji have been created in Slack and the use of emoji in Teams is universal, revolutionizing the way we communicate. Inevitably these communications are discoverable and require review for relevance and production. This session gives an overview of the challenges and risks associated with emoji (including case law) and provides practical solutions for the problems emoji present.
Eric Parish is a Senior Director with Trustpoint.One where he works with corporate legal departments and law firms for information governance and litigation data management.
Prior to joining Trustpoint.One, Eric was a practicing attorney in Minneapolis before moving into the legal services space where he has worked in class actions and information governance/eDiscovery.
He attended Purdue University and earned a B.S. Biology and, subsequently, his J.D. from the University of Tulsa. During college, he was a member of the Indiana Army National Guard, 151st Infantry Detachment, Long Range Surveillance (Airborne). For leisure time, Eric enjoys woodworking and creating videos for family, friends and his YouTube channel, Fast Info Gov, (FIG).