Integreon panel in Bristol on 26 June: eDiscovery, technology and the judiciary

Integreon has assembled a panel to visit Bristol on 26 June to talk about technology and effective resourcing, primarily in the context of the disclosure pilot scheme.

The focus will be on practical things – on getting the disclosure job done within the rules, and done on time and at the lowest realistic cost. The principles set out in the pilot scheme, not least the obligations to plan ahead and to cooperate, are equally applicable to other forms of document management, including investigations and arbitrations.

The subjects also include training, and particularly training for the judges who have the task of managing disclosure. Vince Neicho of Integreon spoke about this at the Judicial College a few months ago, and he will cover that and some of the feedback he got from the judicial delegates.

The speakers come from industry, from law firms and from Integreon. They are:

Mark Brannigan – Vice President, EMEA – Cybersecurity at AON
Emily Wyllie Ballard – eDiscovery Manager at RPC
Nicola Woodfall – eDiscovery Manager at Travers Smith
Vince Neicho – Vice President, Legal Services at Integreon
Clare Chalkley – Vice President, Legal Services at Integreon

I am to have the pleasure of moderating the discussion.

The panel starts at 17:00. It will be followed at 18:30 by a drinks reception.

There is more information here, including venue details and a registration form.

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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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