This one-day event has become a welcome fixture in the calendar. ILTA is ALM’s educational partner and, as always, has put together a programme which covers a range of interests. The agenda is here.
Among other sessions, we have Daniel Martin Katz giving a keynote speech with the title Law’s Future from Finance’s Past while Adi Elliott and Sebastian Ko of Epiq with Conor Crowley of UBS are talking about the constructs of technology, data and the regulatory landscape.
I am going to moderate a discussion with Dmitri Hubbard of Xerox Legal Services and Gabriela Kennedy of Mayer Brown JSM on data protection and privacy as it looks (and is developing post-Schrems) in Asia Pac.
My son Will and I will be there all week and look forward to seeing anyone in Hong Kong who is interested in eDiscovery and in the ever-widening range of subjects to which it is related.
There is no panel this year on the comparative litigation rules and cases as between Hong Kong and the UK. I have done these in the past in Hong Kong, and the recent Pyrrho predictive coding judgment would have made a good talking point. Doubtless I will get the chance to talk about it, albeit not from a platform.