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2014 NorCal eDiscovery & IG Retreat (May 28-30, 2014) - Cavallo Point Lodge

March 19, 2014 | by Chris LaCour

The NorCal eDiscovery & Information Governance Retreat is an informative and interactive gathering of corporate executives, in-house lawyers, outside counsel, judges, thought leaders, and top-rated eDiscovery & information governance service and technology vendors. While there is widespread agreement that information governance is important and necessary, there is far less agreement as to how an effective and legally defensible information governance program should be designed and implemented.

Our panel discussions, "war stories" and lessons learned will explore what companies are doing to organize and create policies specifying how their information – primarily electronic information – is created, stored, used, archived and deleted. We will look at the processes companies are using to maximize the use of their information, the debate as to which stakeholders should be involved in these processes, and whether adequate standards exist or need to be created in this area. The panels will also examine the interaction between legal issues and information governance efforts, including the effect of litigation holds, pending litigation, regulatory requirements and fear of discovery sanctions.

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The Retreat Season is Upon Us

February 26, 2014 | by Chris LaCour

The press did not cover the one event at LegalTech that may have had the greatest impact on the future of big ideas.

Indicative of the thought leadership that ingenious is delivering to the eDiscovery and Information Governance marketplace, some of the best thinkers looking at the intersection of law and technology gathered in New York for a candid, robust exchange on what is next in this volatile field. Co-sponsored by Special Counsel, iCONECT and Navigant, the evening kicked off with opening remarks by Christopher Gallagher of Special Counsel. Guest speaker Jeffrey Ritter followed with a well-received presentation about the results of his research into how people will come to trust digital information. He shared for the first time in public a preview of his 2014 book on building trust in digital information. His "four cornerstones" directly confront prevailing practices in the legal world to presume the integrity of digital records as evidence of the truth. One of his key points is that machines will soon exceed humans in calculating the trustworthiness of digital records. You can access the audio recording of his full presentation here.

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What You Missed at LegalTech Will Surprise You

February 19, 2014 | by Chris LaCour

As one of the final events in New York City after a long and substantive LegalTech, the evening will provide a chance for some of the best and brightest minds to gather and discuss some of the vital themes and topics that appear to be shaping the next generation of eDiscovery innovation, legal practice, and information governance.

Guest speaker Jeffrey Ritter will kick off the evening and for the first time reveal the outcome of over five years of research into how we will come to trust digital information.

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LegalTech New York 2014 Think Tank Dinner Agenda Details From Chris LaCour

January 19, 2014 | by Chris LaCour

As one of the final events in New York City after a long and substantive LegalTech, the evening will provide a chance for some of the best and brightest minds to gather and discuss some of the vital themes and topics that appear to be shaping the next generation of eDiscovery innovation, legal practice, and information governance.

Guest speaker Jeffrey Ritter will kick off the evening and for the first time reveal the outcome of over five years of research into how we will come to trust digital information.

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