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Relativity Fest 2018

Craig Carpenter

CEO, X1

Speaker Bio

Craig Carpenter is the CEO of X1. Craig has 20 years of experience as a CEO, COO, CRO, CMO and General Counsel in the eDiscovery, compliance and cybersecurity spaces.Prior to X1, Craig was the CEO of Fronteo (NASDAQ: FTEO), before which he was SVP of Sales at Kroll Ontrack until its acquisition by the Carlyle Group. Prior to Kroll Ontrack, Craig was CMO and then COO at AccessData, before which Craig spent 7 years as the VP of Marketing & Business Development and General Counsel at Recommind prior to its acquisition by Open Text (NASDAQ: OTEX). Before Recommind, Craig ran global marketing and channel teams at Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT) prior to its IPO and at Mirapoint prior to its acquisition by Openwave (NASDAQ:SNCR).Craig began his career as a practicing attorney at Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley in Silicon Valley. Craig has a JD and MBA from Santa Clara University and BAs in Political Science and History from UCLA where he played football and rowed crew.

LIE231935 - e-Discovery in the Cloud: Legal, Ethical and Security Considerations As e-discovery and the legal profession continue to join the rest of business and society in the move to the cloud, legal teams are encountering new legal, ethical, and security issues. Jurisdictional considerations, information governance—including system security and data privacy—and ethical considerations, including ethical requirements for technological competence, are important issues. Join us for a new version of this popular session with timely new updates, including 2018 case law and regulatory developments.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Dennis Garcia - Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
Greg Buckles - eDiscovery Consultant & Evangelist, The EDJ Group Inc.
Craig Carpenter - CEO, X1
David Kilgore - Corporate Counsel, Rackspace
LIE227576 - Social Media Law and Practice Join Relativity and the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers in this session covering the latest case law and rules on the discovery of social media data, including the 2017 amendments to Fed. R. Evid. 902, as well as practical considerations for dealing with social media data.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel Phil Favro - Consultant, Driven, Inc.
Craig Carpenter - CEO, X1
Amy Sellers - Associate General Counsel, Walmart
Ignatius Grande - Director, Berkeley Research Group
Doug Austin - VP of Products, CloudNine