The Consortium on Litigation, Information Law & E-Discovery: Information Data and Complex Litigation

Date:

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Jamie Brown, Global eDiscovery counsel, UBS; Pallab Chakraborty, director of eDiscovery, Oracle; Roy Esnard, general counsel, Office of Legal Affairs, NYC Human Resources Administration; Jason Fliegel, director & special counsel, E-Discovery & Records Management, Abbott Laboratories; Hon. James C. Francis, US Magistrate judge, SDNY; Hon. Paul S. Grewal, US Magistrate judge, Northern District of CA; Corey Hirsch, chief information officer, LeCroy; Abigail Horrigan, senior dir, employment counsel, Yahoo!; Elizabeth Jaworski, director, Legal Operations, Motorola; Michelle Lange, dir, Thought Leadership & Industry Relations, Kroll Ontrack Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte, US Magistrate judge, Northern District of CA; Robert D. Owen, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP; Patrick Oot co-founder, Electronic Discovery Institute; special counsel, U.S SEC; Ashish Prasad, CEO, Discovery Services LLC; Herb Roitblat, Ph.D., chief scientist, chief technology officer, OrcaTec; Hon. Shira A. Scheindlin, US District judge, SDNY; Patrick E. Zeller, Corporate e-Discovery counsel, Gilead Sciences

Location:

Chicago Bar Association
321 S Plymouth Court
Chicago, IL 60604
United States

Fee:

$395

Time:

9 am-5 pm

CLE Credits:

7 hrs

 

The consortium offers a revolutionary step in legal professional conferencing. For the first time, a distinguished and diverse faculty will convene in three separate cities to discuss a wide range of topics critical to professional development. Whether you’re a corporate counsel, general counsel or chief executive, this consortium will provide access to some of the most powerful industry leaders.

The program will feature a joint panel of leading judges and general counsels from global 500 organizations; a discussion of budgetary restrictions and information governance challenges; tips for creating a data breach response plan; a review of technology issues in white collar crime investigations; a discussion of international data transfers and Sedona principles on discovery; and the latest in predictive coding, including cases and research.

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