In this presentation led by eDiscovery Today’s Doug Austin, industry eDiscovery authorities will cover key case law developments during the first half of 2020 to identify important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery going forward.
The expected disruptive developments collectively referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT) have drawn significant attention in many industries, disciplines, and organizations. While the concrete benefits and requirements are still not sufficiently clear, the general agreement on its relevance and impact is undeniable. As a result, a large number of initiatives and consortia from industry and research have been formed to all set the de facto standards and best practices. This work contributes to the state of the art by providing a structured analysis of existing reference frameworks, their classifications, and the concerns they target.
With data originating from Slack to talking refrigerators and from robots, doorbells, thermometers, and other IoT devices, what does the potential deluge of data look like, and how are you going to collect, process, review, and produce it? Join our panel of experts as we explore some of the non-traditional data sources that litigants are faced with today and what they may face in the future.
In this presentation, industry eDiscovery authorities will share remote eDiscovery insight and demonstrate how HaystackID’s remote offerings may benefit eDiscovery professionals as they consider eDiscovery in our new remote world.
In this presentation, expert eDiscovery technologists and authorities will provide an overview of current technologies for data analytics, artificial intelligence, process automation, and data enhancement. They will also offer practical considerations for implementing current technologies and evaluating emerging technologies.
In this expert presentation, remote collection and review experts will share information, insight, and experiences designed to benefit leaders and organizations as they consider remote eDiscovery in our new remote world.
Authored by Kristo Vaher, the Government Chief Technology Officer for the Republic of Estonia, the vision paper “Next-Generation Digital Government Architecture” presents an intriguing picture of how the ability of governments to be there for their citizens in time of need may be enhanced with a digital government ecosystem that supports the whole range of citizen experiences.
In this expert-led presentation, eDiscovery and legal document review authorities will present practical solutions to help legal, IT, and business professionals avoid “gotchas” through reliable project management approaches and creative issue resolution methods. Using a combination of real-world case studies and examples, presenters will share workable solutions to help prevent eDiscovery issues.
In this presentation expert investigation, eDiscovery, and M&A panelists will present actionable considerations for legal, IT, and business professionals engaged in managing responses to antitrust agency second requests to include tactics, techniques, and lessons learned from seven recent responses within a 90-day timeframe.
In his excellent overview on the state of the legal technology industry, Hyperscale Group Limited Founder Derek Southall shares that unless lawyers begin to focus on the element of law in the development of legal technologies, they may miss an opportunity to capitalize on their legal expertise and cease being the driving forces in the development of technologies to support their legal efforts.