eDialogue with Judges panel on 2 February in NYC as part of CKS New York Forum

LegalTech New York 2015 starts on Tuesday 3 February. I am involved in one of the last panels of the event, part of the Nuix Information Governance Track which I will write about shortly. I am also taking part in a panel before LegalTech even begins.

That is with Corporate Knowledge Strategies – CKS – which is running its 2015 NYC Forum from 8.00am to 6:30pm in the Deloitte NYC Conference Center at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

There is information, including registration information, here, and the Agenda is here

The day includes, at 3.00pm, an eDialogue with Judges, involving members’ questions and hypothetical scenarios. The judges on this panel are Hon. Judge Douglas Arpert, Hon. Judge Frank Maas, Hon. Judge James Francis, Hon. Judge Ron Hedges and Hon. Judge Holly Fitzsimmons.

The facilitators are Anne Kershaw of Knowledge Strategy Solutions, Bill Belt of Deloitte, and me.

Before that is another topic which should be interesting. Hon. Judge James Francis will be talking about the Dublin Warrant case at 2.15pm, a subject of importance to anyone involved in discovery across borders. It was, of course, Judge Francis who made the original order requiring Microsoft to hand over emails. Bill Belt will facilitate that discussion.

CKS has done a series of videos in which its members explain what value they get out of CKS which you can find here.

I very much look forward to participating in this event.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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