Symantec Explores eDiscovery Beyond the EDRM in LegalTech 2013 Sessions
For those readers unfamiliar with the LegalTech show, it is the premier event for corporations, law firms, litigation service providers, consultants and vendors to come together and learn and discuss what the technological world has in store for the legal profession. The veteran LegalTech New York team here at Symantec has decided to build anticipation for the 2013 event via a video series starring the LTNY un-baptized associate. Get introduced to our eDiscovery-challenged protagonist in the first of our videos.
As for this year show, we are pleased to expand our presence and are very excited to introduce eDiscovery without limits, along with a LegalTech that promises sessions, social events and opportunities for attendees in the same vein. In regards to the first aspect – the sessions – the team of Symantec eDiscovery counsels will moderate panelist sessions on topics ranging across and beyond the EDRM. Joined by distinguished industry representatives they’ll push the discussion deeper in 5 sessions with a potential 6 hours of CLE credits offered to the attendees.
Matt Nelson, resident author of Predictive Coding for Dummies will moderate “How good is your predictive coding poker face?” where panelists tackle the recently controversial subjects of disclosing the use of Predictive Coding technology, statistical sampling and the production of training sets to the opposition.
Dean Gonsowski will moderate, “You’re Doing it Wrong!!! How To Avoid Discovery Sanctions Due to a Flawed Legal Hold Process” where panelists recommend best practices towards a defensible legal hold process in light of potential changes in the FRCP and increased judicial scrutiny of preservation efforts.
Allison Walton will moderate, “eDiscovery in 3D: The New Generation of Early Case Assessment Techniques” where panelists will enlighten the crowd on taking ECA upstream into the information creation and retention stages and implementing an executable information governance workflow.
Phil Favro will moderate “Protecting Your ESI Blindside: Why a “Defensible Deletion” Offense is the Best eDiscovery Defense” where panelists debate the viability of defensible deletion in the enterprise, the related court decisions to consider and quantifying the ROI to support a deletion strategy.
Chris Talbott will moderate a session on “Bringing eDiscovery back to Basics with the Clearwell eDiscovery Platform”, where engineer Anna Simpson will demonstrate Clearwell technology in the context of our panelist’s everyday use on cases ranging from FCPA inquires to IP litigation.
Please browse our microsite for complete supersession descriptions and a look at Symantec’s LTNY 2013 presence. We hope you stay tuned throughout January to hear what Symantec has planned for the plenary session, our special event, contest giveaways and product announcements.