Beer and Basics: e-Discovery 101 and Relativity Fundamentals
Have you forgotten some of the basics of Relativity and the e-discovery process? If you could use a refresher but were afraid to ask, join us for beer and wine in a relaxed atmosphere where Relativity technical and legal experts will review some of the basics of Relativity and the legal process behind e-discovery. No question is too basic—legal teams can gain some tech knowledge, and tech teams can gain some legal insight. You’ll come away from the session ready to start the week with a better foundation of e-discovery knowledge.
Constantine Pappas - Manager, Relativity Solutions, Relativity Rene Laurens - Senior Product Manager, Relativity Tom OConnor - Director, Gulf Coast Legal Tech Company Tessa Jacob - Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell Michael Quartararo - Managing Director, eDPM Advisory Services Peggy Gianuca - eDiscovery Technical Solutions Manager, The Walt Disney Company
e-Discovery with the Government
The legal and regulatory landscape in working with the government has changed substantially in recent years, and whether it's working with state governments, prosecutors, or federal agencies, e-discovery with the government has unique requirements and strategies to help ensure the best possible outcomes for your company or your clients. In this session, government attorneys and technologists—as well as attorneys who work in matters involving governmental organizations—share potential pitfalls and best practices.
This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity Cory Nugent - Information Technology Specialist, NYS Attorney General Kenya Dixon - Assistant Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Technology and Analysis, U.S. Federal Trade Commission Tessa Jacob - Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell Tracy Greer - Attorney Advisor, U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, Office of Operations