You can see the Agenda here starting on Tuesday with a Keynote by CEO Mike Gamson and Chief Product Officer Chris Brown.
Also on Tuesday is a session called Driving in-house efficiency. Its premise is the idea that standardisation onto a single platform, used for all eDiscovery / eDisclosure processes, does more than save time and money with each new case, but enables a more efficient set-up-and-go. While others are starting from scratch each time, those who have built RelativityOne into their processes can just get right on with it.
Wednesday brings (among other things) a panel called Legal and technical perspectives on data privacy and data protection moderated by Relativity’s David Horrigan. It will cover, among other things, the extent to which privacy and data protection flows into a very wide range of issues facing legal teams.
I rather miss the pre-pandemic format of Relativity Fest London, which has become one of the best events in the London calendar. To judge by the agenda, as well as Relativity’s past form with virtual events, this year’s Relativity Fest London will have everything you expect apart from the social interaction of a physical event.
Once again, registration is here.