Epiq Systems are running three panels on Tuesday, 2 February at LegalTech. They take place in Concourse G at the Hilton New York as follows:
- 9:00 Achieving a Cost Efficient, Defensible Document Review
- 10:00 Best Practices for Successful Multinational E-Discovery
- 11:00 Implementing and Using Joint Repositories
The full list is here.
I am the moderator of the panel Best Practices for Successful Multinational E-Discovery which comprises a mixture of people I know well and those whom I do not know at all. They are:
- Kirby Behre, Partner, Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker LLP
- David Kessler, Partner, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
- Browning Marean, Senior Counsel, DLA Piper US LLP
- Steven Whitaker, Senior Master of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
- Greg Wildisen, International Managing Director, Epiq Systems
I do not anticipate that we will run short of things to say, not least because the decision in AccessData v Alste (see my post about it ) has brought back onto the agenda the continuing conflict between US data collection requirements and EU data protection laws. Since one of our number, Senior Master Whitaker, is responsible for Hague Convention matters for England and Wales, we can expect a lot of interest in this session.