LegalTech® New York Super Session

Hosted by LexisNexis® Litigation Solutions

E-Discovery Demystified: A Practical Tour of This Dynamic and Critical Aspect of Litigation
Earn up to 5 CLE credits—including 1 Ethics credit!

Date: Wednesday, January 30
Time: 10:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
Location: Petit Trianon, Level 3

E-discovery is to the legal universe what the Big Bang was to the actual event. We talk about its explosion. We forecast its expansion. We examine its mysterious qualities. Technology, legal and judicial players are examining discovery of ESI and the best ways to approach it. But understanding is one thing. “Doing” is something else altogether.

10:30 – 10:50 A.M.
Welcome & Keynote: What I Know for Sure about E-Discovery Today

George Socha, Esq. Program Chairman & EDRM Co-Founder

10:50 – 11:50 A.M.
Big Data: The Newest Tool in Telling a Winning Story

What’s the big deal with big data? Learn how you can leverage huge, unstructured databases to “tell a better story” about your case.
CLE Credit available


Jon A. Neiditz, Esq. Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP | Founder of firm’s Information Management Practice

Orrie Dinstein, Esq. GE Capital | Chief privacy leader and senior IP counsel

Browning Marean, Esq. DLA Piper | Senior counsel and co-chair of the Electronic Discovery Readiness and Response Group

Chris Emerson Bryan Cave | Director of Practice Economics Group

Close ∧

1 – 2:10 P.M.
International Privacy: The Impact on Cross-Border Litigation

Information is global. It goes everywhere. It’s stored everywhere. Our panel tackles the major issues of data privacy and its impact on cross-border litigation.
CLE Credit available


Edward H. Rippey, Esq. Covington & Burling LLP | Partner and chair of the firm’s E-Discovery Practice Group

Gonzalo Zeballos, Esq. Baker & Hostetler LLP

Linda K. Clark, Esq. Reed Elsevier Group

Close ∧

2:20 – 3:20 P.M.
Getting Ahead of the Cloud: The Right Resource to Put Your Data to Work

Is your firm taking advantage of the cloud? Learn the myths, realities and practical steps you need to know to make the cloud work for you—and your clients.
Ethics CLE Credit available


Michael J. McGuire, Esq. Littler Mendelson P.C.

Martin T. Tully, Esq. KattenMuchinRosenman LLP | National head for Electronic Discovery and Evidence Practice

Steven Berrent, Esq. WilmerHale | Managing director of WilmerHale DiscoverySolutions

Christopher Wolf, Esq. Hogan Lovells | Director of Hogan Lovells, Privacy and Information Management practice group

Close ∧

3:30 – 4:30 P.M.
Improving Client Outcomes with E-Discovery: Tools, Technology and Successful Litigators

Find out how advances in 21st century litigation tools can offer litigation teams the support they need to achieve successful outcomes for clients.
CLE Credit available


Jonathan Sablone, Esq. Nixon Peabody LLP | Litigation partner; Lead for Nixon Peabody’s eDiscovery & Digital Evidence practice

Robin E. Stewart, Esq. Lathrop & Gage LLP | Founder and chair of Lathrop & Gage LLP’s E-Discovery: Data, Records and Information Group

Brian Ingram LexisNexis | Lead for the Litigation Technology Consulting division

Scott T. Lashway, Esq. MassMutual Financial Group | Assistant Vice President & Counsel (Dispute Resolution)

Close ∧

Please join us for a series of four, hour-long panel discussions moderated by EDRM co-founder George Socha, Esq. Each session will be interactive and engaging, as our panel of e-discovery thought leaders share practical approaches for demystifying digital conundrums.