Xerox Litigation Services on the Big Data Analytics Track at LegalTech

Xerox Litigation Services is sponsoring and participating in two panels on the Big Data Analytics Track at LegalTech on Wednesday 4 February. Both are described on the press release here.

One, at 10.30 is called Legal’s new role in enterprise risk management: using “big data” analytics to identify hidden risks. The main theme here is that Big Data Analytics gives us the potential to identify sources of risk before they turn into problems, including potential violations of regulations as well as fraud.

Speakers include Bennett Borden of Drinker Biddle i& Reath and the Information Governance Initiative with speakers from Credit Suisse, Aviva Spectrum and Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board. The discussion will be led by Rob Hellewell of Xerox Legal Services.

The second panel, at 12.15, is called Protecting employee and customer privacy in an area of big data monitoring.

This discussion will be led by Jason Baron of Drinker Biddle & Reath and it covers one of the subjects which Jason Baron has highlighted as being of increasing significance – he did so in a recent interview with me, for example, which will be published shortly.

The Internet of things has given rise to data collection mechanisms all around us. Each adds something to business and personal lives but, when aggregated, they pose a serious privacy risk. How do you reconcile their value with reasonable expectations of privacy?

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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