1 8TH INFORMATION GOVERNANCE AND EDISCOVERY SUMMIT 17 th - 18 th June 2014 Swissotel Sydney CBD PLATINUM SPONSOR GOLD SPONSORS BRONZE SPONSOR
2 ABOUT THE EVENT Lawyers are going to find them selves empowered by technological advances over the next decade to handle ever-increasing e- discovery workflows, where processing mere petabytes will seem so Jason Baron The Chilli IQ Information Governance and ediscovery Summit has reached its eighth year and the 2014 event is going to set ediscovery high on the corporate agenda. The event will tackle current leading topics relevant to all involved in litigation from the legal personnel at the coal face right through to the technology drivers at the heart of the legal system. Growing data volumes are driving e-discovery towards greater automation, most recently with the artificial intelligence technique known as predictive coding (recently recommended by the ALRC). Whilst increased automation requires the use of statistical quality control methods based around sampling, and courts are increasingly demanding the use and reporting of such methods, practitioners will be looking at ways to reduce their clients discovery costs and increase reliability through adopting these techniques. The early announcement of two of the leading specialists in ediscovery: Jason Baron, former Director of Litigation at U.S. National Archives and Records Administration and Judge Andrew Peck, from the US District Court, are both confirmed as keynotes. The 8th Information Governance and ediscovery Summit is again proving why it is APAC s leading event for ediscovery.
3 WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Shifting in-source / out-source / off-shore balancing act Predictive coding & analytics General industry trends discussion - What s happening that wasn t expected. - What s not happening that was expected. - What works and why and what doesn t? The Cloud Practice Note SC Eq 11 - Disclosure in the Equity Division How is it working 2 years on? Information Governance - how to align privacy, cyber security, records & ediscovery programs to minimise IG risk ediscovery Metrics - how can they help from pricing to timeframes Legal Project Management & ediscovery ecourts - What do you need to know to run an ecourt? - How is mobile technology changing the ecourt landscape? - Social Media What you need to know from collection to production. - Why is it different and how is it growing as a rich source of evidence in some areas of law?
4 ADVISORY PANEL 2014 Beth Patterson Jonathan Prideaux Brian Borskjaer Director Applied Legal Technology ALLENS National Manager Legal Technology Services CLAYTON UTZ Director Legal Technology Solutions CORRS CHAMBERS WESTGARTH
5 WHO WILL ATTEND This event has been exclusively produced to address the function and capacity of the following position holders from various industries, including: Legal, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Technology, Energy, Telecoms and others. With the following job titles: Senior Directors, Managers and Heads of: ediscovery, Risk & Security Litigation Support Investigations, Records Management, IT Infrastructure In-House Counsel, General Counsel Information and Records Data Protection / Privacy Enterprise Content Managers FIVE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: LEARN best practice methods and new techniques that you can implement immediately. EXPAND your knowledge base by being introduced to new concepts and ideas. HARNESS your resources to ensure projects are undertaken in the most efficient way. DEVELOP a greater insight about your role in the Discovery process. NETWORK amongst your peers in a tailored environment that encourages collaboration.
6 CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: Jason R. Baron Jason R. Baron has served since the year 2000 as Director of Litigation for the National Archives and Records Administration and is an internationally recognized thought leader on the subject of information governance and e-discovery. He formerly held the positions of trial attorney and senior counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice, where during the 1990s he acted as lead counsel in landmark litigation involving the preservation of White House . He has served as Co-chair on the steering committee of The Sedona Conference Working Group on electronic document retention and production, and has served as an editor-in-chief on three Sedona commentaries, including a Best Practice Commentary on Search and Information Retrieval and on Achieving Quality in E-Discovery. Mr. Baron was a founding co-coordinator of the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology TREC Legal Track, a founding co-organizer of the DESI (Discovery of ESI) workshop series devoted to search issues, and a Visiting Scholar at the University of British Columbia. Hon. Andrew J. Peck Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck was appointed United States Magistrate Judge for thesouthern District of New York on February 27, 1995, and served as Chief MagistrateJudge in He graduated with honors from Cornell University in 1974 andfrom Duke University School of Law in 1977, where he was Notes & Comments Editorof the Duke Law Journal. Judge Peck is a member of the Duke Law School Board of Visitors (2012). Judge Peck served as law clerk to Judge Paul Roney of the United States Court of Appeals or the Eleventh (then the Fifth) Circuit, during the term. JudgePeck was an associate and then Counsel at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison,from Judge Peck is a frequent lecturer on issues relating to electronic discovery and is amember of the Sedona Conference and the Sedona Conference Judicial AdvisoryBoard. He was awarded the Champion of Technology Award for 2011 by LawTechnology News. Stephen Stewart Stephen Stewart joined Nuix in 2008 and is responsible for leading the evolution of Nuix s software. He is currently driving the development of Nuix s information governance and big data solutions. Stephen has more than 15 years experience working with both public and private sector organizations, designing and providing solutions for their , file, document management and archiving systems.
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