Turning eDiscovery Strategies into Practical Applications for Your Business

Leverage the Wisdom of 20+ Senior Thought Leaders, Including:

The Honorable Richard A. Kramer
San Francisco Superior Court
Complex Litigation Department

The Honorable Ernest H. Goldsmith
San Francisco Superior Court
Civil Trials Division

Jonathan Avila
Vice President – Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer
The Walt Disney Company

Tracy Greer
Senior Litigation Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice
Anti-Trust Division

Kimber Tate
Senior Manager Litigation Support
McKesson Corporation

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What others are saying

“So many practical, well considered ideas that are immediately applicable … Thanks so much incredibly validating of thoughts I’ve held and new ideas” Senior Advisor, Enbridge
“Excellent hearing legal views of Technology” Vice President, Wells Fargo
“Overall very well run and informative” Vice President, Strategic Legal
“Outstanding – very helpful” Assistant Director of Information, Privacy & Compliance, Takeda Pharmaceutical
“Good content, invaluable perspective” Assistant Vice President, Corporate Counsel, AECOM

Navigating New E-Discovery Challenges and Regulation Developments in a Technology and Social Media-Driven World

E-Discovery is now widely regarded as a mature discipline in the legal technology field. However, while presenting new opportunities for increased efficiency, new technology developments such as predictive coding also create new areas of uncertainty in E-Discovery practice. Changes in technology are further complicated by widespread use of social media. Regulation is more pervasive and fines are increasing cross-industry, notably in the healthcare industry, where providers face a vast amount of sensitive information and on-going compliance obligations with respect to electronic health records.

Across all industries corporations are experiencing exponential growth in the ESI volumes that must be collected, reviewed, and in some cases, produced in litigation. Requesting, preserving, collecting, processing, and reviewing social media content presents new challenges for organizations of all sizes in litigation and day-to-day records management. IQPC has paid particular attention to these dynamics in crafting this year’s program. You will benefit from an unparalleled mix of thought leaders and industry movers who will shape the future of E-Discovery for years to come.

This is a must attend event to keep your organization up to speed on the developments and new horizons in this critical field.

Credits

Earn CLE Credits

Accreditation will be sought in those jurisdictions requested by the registrants that have continuing education requirements. This course is identified as non-transitional for the purposes of CLE accreditation.

IQPC certifies that this activity has been approved for CLE credit by the State Bar of Texas in the amount of 12.75 hours. An additional 2.0 credit hours will apply to participation in each workshop.

IQPC certifies that this activity has been approved for CLE credit by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of 12.75 hours. An additional 2.0 credit hours will apply to participation in each workshop.

You are required to bring your state bar number to complete the appropriate state forms during the conference. CLE credits are processed in 4-8 weeks after a conference is held.

IQPC has a dedicated team which processes requests for state approval. Please note that event accreditation is subject to the rules, regulations and restrictions dictated by each individual state. For any questions pertaining to CLE Credits please contact Caroline.Buerkle@iqpc.com

 

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