Tools & Strategies for Managing Data in e-Discovery, Records Retention, Data Privacy & Information Security Challenges


Hallbrook Country Club
11200 Overbrook Road
Leawood, KS  66211



Is your company ready for the flood of data, devices and users and the challenges posed by the amount of data that continues to get bigger and bigger?  This program will review the explosion of electronic data in companies and provide tools and strategies to effectively and efficiently manage this data in the face of complex and constantly evolving compliance challenges.  The presentation will focus on the key legal compliance challenges posed by big data, how strong information governance programs can help companies manage those compliance challenges, and core tools and strategies for utilizing information governance to address big data’s compliance challenges.

As always, we encourage members to bring an associate, colleague or friend who might be interested in joining our Mid-America Chapter of ACC.  The Association of Corporate Counsel offers many benefits and resources to in-house counsel and we look forward to sharing that information with others in this field.

Take a few moments right now to RSVP (no later than October 4th) and plan to join us on Wednesday, October 9!  Participation in the seminar by conference call is available for our members outside the Kansas City area.  Please contact me at for more information.



  • M. James Daley, Partner - Daley & Fey LLP
  • Laura Clark Fey, Partner - Daley & Fey LLP


11:30 a.m. to Noon - Registration and Lunch

Noon to 1:00 p.m. - CLE Presentation


Credits: 1.0 hours
State: KS & MO


Joyce Mayo, Chapter Administrator
Phone: 913/253-9161
Fax: 913/253-9709


Members: None
Non-members: None

Sponsored By:

Daley & Fey LLP

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