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PR188011 - A Bazooka to a Knife Fight: Practical Technology to Enhance Your ECA Workflow Are you fully leveraging Relativity during early case assessment? Learn how to achieve 75%+ data reduction and spot potentially catastrophic collection errors using various document analytics and data validation techniques. We’ll show you both out-of-the-box and custom-built approaches that will help you identify potential gaps in your data, isolate relevant materials faster, quickly segregate the irrelevant “junk,” and more comprehensively analyze the content of your corpus. Leave this intensive session with the confidence that you can do more with Relativity, even before a single document is reviewed. 1 Hour Lecture John Koss - Special Counsel, E-Discovery, Mintz Levin
Ryan Schwalbe - Project Manager, Mintz Levin
PR227587 - Academic Orientation for Scholarship Recipients and Professors Professors, scholarship attendees, and first-time Academic Partners will get an overview of Relativity the company, key executives, how to use conference tools, and the importance of clear, concise communication when talking about and marketing their programs. We'll discuss future goals for the academic program and the industry, and also announce the winner of the Instructor of the Year award.  1 Hour Lecture Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity
Taylor Laabs - Corporate Communications Specialist, Relativity
PD227590 - Academic Partners: Building a Community Are you a member of the Relativity Academic community?  The Relativity community is where all the Academic curriculum is stored. Professors need to be members of the community to access these resources. Come learn how to register and how to find just what you need. Twitter will also be covered in this session. 1 Hour Lecture Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity
Mila Taylor - Community Marketing Associate, Relativity
Tammie Josifovic - Social Media and Online Community Specialist, Relativity
LIE227574 - Access to Justice: Challenges for the Legal System and the Nation In this follow-up to last year's highly rated Pro Bono and Public Service program, Legal Services Corporation president James Sandman and moderator David Horrigan of Relativity return to join National Association of Women Judges president Tanya Kennedy, Association of American Law Schools president Wendy Collins Perdue, and Starbucks managing director Zabrina Jenkins to discuss the challenges facing the legal system and the nation as the vast majority of Americans cannot afford legal representation. The program will address the fundamental right to the courts, the threats to access to justice, and what you can do to help.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Zabrina Jenkins - Managing Director, Litigation, Law & Corporate Affairs, Starbucks Coffee Company
Justice Tanya Kennedy, New York Supreme Court - New York County
James Sandman - President, Legal Services Corporation
Wendy Collins Perdue - Dean and Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law
PR188984 - Achieving Service Excellence for RelativityOne Operational excellence is essential to quality customer experience. In e-discovery, innovation can’t be limited to incremental features and functions—to be a successful solution provider, you need to continually refine efficiency and effectiveness of your services to drive value to your clients. In this session, Cliff Dutton, Chief Innovation Officer of Epiq and Relativity will share their experience delivering quality service and a model for excellence in RelativityOne. You’ll glean insights on a variety of topics, including training, project launches, staffing, reporting, and workflow automation. 1 Hour Lecture Cliff Dutton - Chief Innovation Officer, Epiq
Andrew Watts - CIO, Relativity
PR157096 - Activating Active Learning: The Game Changer Yes, active learning can help your clients perform more timely, cost-effective, and streamlined reviews. Join this session to learn how to make that a reality. You'll learn how to avoid the pitfalls and come out looking like a hero. Drawing from real-world experiences using active learning on live projects, we’ll show you:
  • • Unique techniques and workflows to accelerate model stability to apply cutoff ranks with confidence
  • • How to understand rank distribution charts and their many interpretations
  • • Additional saved searches to add to your active learning toolkit to optimize results
  • • Demonstrations of custom scripts developed to assist with active learning
  • • Ways to kick start active learning projects through seeding both positive and negatives
  • • Data culling before versus during versus after an active learning project—and its potential effects on your review set
  • • The effects of richness on active learning projects
  • • How to use active learning to analyze opposing productions
  • • Novel ways to use the review queue
1 Hour Lecture Danny Chan - Sr. Discovery Engineer, Ricoh eDiscovery Canada
Roland von Borstel - Director of Discovery Solutions, Ricoh Canada
PR187482 - Active Learning: A Lawyer's Perspective and Practical Takeaways Join Adrian Konstantinidis of law firm Collins Biggers Paisley and Matt Lan of iCourts as they present their experience on the first major rollout of Relativity's active learning in an e-discovery project in Australia. This live case study will intersperse the unique perspective of Adrian, the lawyer, who will provide background to the story (spoiler: it involves 1.3 million documents and a deadline less than two months away), and Matt, the Relativity solutions provider, who will provide technical details and practical advice. You'll hear this whole case study from beginning to end—from why Adrian decided to use active learning to the nuts and bolts of their workflow to the time and money saved (and their takeaways for the next project). Bring your questions, as the presentation will finish up with a Q&A session. 1 Hour Lecture Matt Lan - Director Relativity & Consulting Practice, iCourts Pty Ltd
Adrian Konstantinidis - Senior Associate, Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers
PR225259 - Active Learning Overview This is deep dive of active learning in Relativity Assisted Review, the latest offering for automatically classifying documents. During this session, we'll walk through the setup, administration, review, and validation of an active learning project, from both administrator and reviewer perspectives. We'll also cover factors to consider when deciding to use active learning or sample-based learning. You'll walk away with an intimate understanding of how active learning works as well as how to leverage it on your next case. 1 Hour Lecture Trish Gleason - Technical Product Manager, Relativity
Constantine Pappas - Manager, Relativity Solutions, Relativity
Jim Witte - Senior Product Manager, Relativity
PR230943 - Active Learning: Tips, Tricks, Lessons Learned Last year at Relativity Fest, you heard about a soon-to-be-released workflow called active learning. This year, the workflow is being used extensively by every type of organization. In this panel, you’ll hear from Relativity customers about successes, struggles, and lessons learned in their first year of active learning projects. 1 Hour Panel Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity
Michael Cichy - Regional Manager (Midwest), Litigation Support, Foley & Lardner LLP
Michallynn Demiter - Staff Analyst IT, Bayer
Trena Patton - Discovery Operations Manager, Nelson Mullins
Mark Noel - Vice President, Advanced Technology Consulting, Stroz Friedberg
PR225254 - A Deep Dive Into Email Threading You've heard that email threading is becoming a "no-brainer"—now get the nuts and bolts of how to use it on your next project. In this session, we'll outline the steps to set up and troubleshoot email threading, discuss how Relativity Analytics threads emails, and demonstrate email threading workflows and visualizations. After this session, you'll have a deeper understanding of how the technology works behind the scenes and how to take better advantage of it. 1 Hour Lecture Ben Redding - Application Specialist II, Customer Support, Relativity
Jeff Gilles - Solutions Architect, Relativity
PR230596 - Advanced Regular Expressions for dtSearch This session is geared toward those who have at least a basic understanding of regular expressions. We will go over workflows for using regular expressions to search for documents containing data such as social security, bank account, or patent numbers. You will also learn to leverage regular expressions to search for special characters that are by default not searchable in dtSearch, such as the percent (%) and pound (#) signs. New to RegEx, but not able to attend the Beginners RegEx session? No problem! Stop by anyway to learn how RegEx can enhance your searches. 1 Hour Lecture Aileen Tien - Team Lead, Relativity Solutions, Relativity
PR230320 - All-In Cloud: Moving Your e-Discovery Operations to the Cloud Going cloud can be intimidating, from moving all your case data to supporting applications. In this session, members of the Relativity team and our data migration partner, 10th Magnitude, will walk you through how to start thinking about the migration to the cloud. 1 Hour Lecture Kelly Wehbi - Senior Product Manager, Relativity
Brian Kawasaki - Director, RelativityOne Customer Experience, Relativity
Joe Moberly, GeorgeJon
Brian Kunes - Manager, Client Services, Relativity
PR225256 - Analytics Overview Tailored to novice analytics users, this high-level session will provide an overview of Relativity's key analytics features and the benefits they offer, including the latest and greatest enhancements. 1 Hour Lecture Jenny Bozzetti - Relativity Trainer, Relativity
Taylor Overstreet - Relativity Trainer, Relativity
PR192174 - Application Development: How to Sell and Where to Start With technology penetrating our industry, it’s not hard to imagine how legal tech can increase efficiency, enhance client satisfaction, and give attorneys an edge in complex cases. But how do you sell the idea of application development within a firm and to clients? Does an investment in technology solutions really pay off? Chris Haley of Troutman Sanders eMerge and Dave Hasman of Bricker & Eckler demonstrate how large and small firms alike can not only develop custom applications but also monetize them—while getting internal and external buy-in. By the end of this session, you’ll learn how and where to start with application development; who needs to be involved; how to sell development to the firm (and more importantly your client); and the value-add of application development. 1 Hour Lecture Chris Haley - Director of Legal Technology, Troutman Sanders
David Hasman - Litigation Support Manager, Bricker & Eckler LLP
LIE227573 - 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. 1 Hour Lecture Constantine Pappas - Manager, Relativity Solutions, Relativity
Peggy Gianuca - eDiscovery Technical Solutions Manager, The Walt Disney Company
Tom O'Connor - Principal, Gulf Coast Legal Tech Center
Michael Quartararo - Managing Director, eDPM Advisory Services
Tessa Jacob - Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell
LIE158271 - Blockchains: New Opportunity and New Risks With a dramatic increase in high-profile receiverships, regulatory fact finding, and class action lawsuits, it’s clear that cases involving blockchain technology are on the rise—and so is the risk these engagements bring to your firm. Learn what you can do to recognize when digital assets (such as Bitcoin and Ethereum) are involved in an engagement, how to reduce your exposure to risk with proper collection and review processes, and how to uncover and understand all the relevant information. 1 Hour Lecture Joshua McDougall - Director, Duff & Phelps
PR225245 - Building Secure Third-Party Applications: 10 Dangers to Watch Out For The Open Web Application Security Project Top 10 is an industry-standard list of the most common web application vulnerabilities. In this session, we'll talk about these vulnerabilities and show you how to avoid introducing them into your codebase. 1 Hour Lecture Matt Spurr - Senior Manager, Product Security, Relativity
Dan Wells - Architect, Engineering Platform, Relativity
LIE233387 - CEDS Exam Prep Course This course will cover the left side of the EDRM, preparing you for taking the CEDS exam. The last 30 minutes will be a Q&A session on the exam itself and eligibility. Attendees will receive a 20% discount code should they decide to sit for the exam. 90 Min Lecture Mary Mack, ACEDS
Helen Moure Bergman - Principal, Lex Aperta
Kaylee Walsted, ACEDS
PR185989 - Conquering Your Productions: Take Charge Like a Boss! Let’s face it: Productions can be incredibly painful. Time is rarely on your side, there’s a low tolerance for error, and surprises pop up out of nowhere causing all kinds of challenges. It hurts! But it doesn’t have to be like this. With a little early planning and preparation, you can roll out productions with ease and save time (and your sanity).

The key is to structure your review with productions in mind. In this session, we’ll go over what you need to know at the onset of a project, how to drive a focused and targeted review workflow, as well as the efficiencies gained through creating a series of dynamic searches meant to complement each other in driving review, imaging, and production needs. We’ll also examine how Analytics, specifically email threading and near-duplicate identification, can enhance QC and minimize inconsistencies.

Throughout the presentation, based on an example review and production protocol, we’ll construct the ultimate set of saved searches to identify the production-ready population as well as those sets of documents that need additional attention so you’ll always know exactly where you stand.
1 Hour Lecture Erika Namnath - California, H5
PR225281 - Creating a Great Reviewer Experience This session covers best practices for administrators to create a great experience for their reviewers. As a case admin, you're creating the world where your team will spend huge amounts of time. Simple decisions, like what field type to use and how to set up your layouts, can have a huge impact on the efficiency and satisfaction of your team. In this session, we'll work through a checklist for making the right decisions as you set up your case, and help you provide a simple, easy-to-use workspace for your reviewers. 1 Hour Lecture Dan Miller - UX Strategist, Relativity
Danny Frank - Team Lead, Relativity Solutions, Relativity
PR227597 - Creating Assignments for the New Relativity 9.6 Academic Workbook More is better—especially when learning about Relativity. The Academic curriculum helps you integrate Relativity into your course, but how do you send your students out on the job hunt with some verifiable tangible skills? Join us for a session that will cover how to teach the building of layouts, saved searches, and clustering in Relativity Analytics. 1 Hour Lecture Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity
Carissa Guillen - Instructional Design Specialist, Relativity
LIE190318 - Crisis Management: Anatomy of a Global Regulatory Crisis Businesses with cross-border operations often face significant compliance and regulatory challenges, especially when different countries' laws conflict. What can you learn by exploring the anatomy of a global regulatory crisis? Find out in this session. We’ll discuss common crisis characteristics and mistakes companies make (but you can avoid), as well as global investigations and crisis management frameworks in the context of recent global cross-border enforcement trends. You’ll also learn strategies to address data privacy and data transfer challenges—including impacts of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation—and forensic investigation tools and techniques that can help uncover and remediate factors contributing to the crisis. 1 Hour Lecture Chris May - Prinicipal, Deloitte US
PR186045 - Cybersecurity Due Diligence: Data Security Best Practices For Law Firms and Solution Providers Join us for a panel discussion around the challenges of hosting data in today's increasingly complex data security world. Our panel of experts will discuss the following topics and more:
  • • Cyber risks facing law firms and solution providers—and how to address them
  • • How to qualify an outside vendor to ensure your data will be safeguarded
  • • Recent case law, ethical rules, and regulatory requirements relating to data security
  • • Using effective data security as a differentiator for your services
1 Hour Panel Andy Reisman - CEO, ELIJAH
Rick Weber - Managing Partner, Arbor Ridge Partners
LIE227585 - Cybersecurity for Attorneys Cybersecurity and e-discovery are inextricably linked. In most cases, a data breach may instantly become a new e-discovery matter. With new actors, motivators, and trends, the threat landscape never stands still. Join this session to hear insights from some of the nation's foremost investigators and attorneys at the forefront of cybersecurity. 

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel Amanda Fennell - CSO, Relativity
David Ostertag - Global Investigation Manager and Chief Operating Officer GSS, Verizon
Dara Tarkowski - Founding Partner, Actuate Law
PR225265 - Data Grid Infrastructure: How to Optimize Your Client's Relativity Experience This session will show you the varying components of the Data Grid infrastructure and how to incorporate each component into your Relativity instance based on your clients' workflows. You'll learn when to use the Relativity fileshare or Elasticsearch to optimize your clients' Relativity experience, as well as the best approach to improve your infrastructure. 1 Hour Lecture Chris Smith - Senior Technical Business Analyst, Relativity
Rob Yavitch - Lead Software Engineer, Relativity
PR225266 - Data Grid Overview Learn about the power Data Grid-the technology that empowers Relativity to store and search data at massive scale. During this session, you'll see how Data Grid increases insight into user and system productivity; speeds up your search workflow with instantaneous indexing; allows for easier database maintenance, backups, and upgrades; offers automatic support for larger case sizes; and reduces SQL server database size and memory requirements. 1 Hour Lecture Clair Atkins - Senior Pre-Sales Engineer, Relativity
PR225230 - Developer Summit During this session, members of the Relativity Developer Experience team will discuss the Relativity developer community and what we're doing to help you be successful. Join us for an update on current priorities, our overall vision for the developer community, and the progress we've made since our summit last year (hint: we've delivered a ton of cool stuff!). Leaders from our platform engineering team will then answer questions about our architecture, technical direction, and more.

At the summit, you'll also have an opportunity to provide feedback to help shape the future of the development platform and the developer community. We'll wrap up with a social reception, allowing you to meet other developers, ask us more questions, and provide more feedback.
2 hours Lecture Drew Deitch - Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Relativity
PR225291 - DevOps: Building a Sustainable Automation Pipeline from Code to Cloud From code through regression to a cloud environment, how does code become infrastructure? How is custom code such as SQL and PowerShell managed and integrated into the process? How does Relativity get deployed and installed in an automated way? In this session, we'll discuss the tools and techniques used to deploy infrastructure, install, and configure the OS and Relativity. You'll also see a demonstration of the pipeline architecture used to provision, monitor, and maintain an environment in the cloud. 1 Hour Lecture Nick Hudacin - Senior Systems Engineer, Relativity
Ryan Strauss - Advanced Systems Engineer, Relativity
Muntaser Qutub, Relativity
PR188992 - Don’t Bend Your Projects To Fit The Technology: Develop Analytics Solutions That Match Your Team and Your Data Do you suffer from analytics envy? Are you often feeling like you’re the only one not using Assisted Review, email threading, near-duplicate identification, and other analytics tools for review? Don’t worry. You’re closer to using those tools on many of your cases than you think. In this session, we’ll discuss lessons learned regarding common obstacles to implementation, the wide variety of tools available to analytics practitioners, and how those tools can be combined and “gamified” to fit each unique data set and supercharge your document review.

In the latter part of our session, we’ll focus on implementing “invisible” analytics solutions that pay big dividends on everyday cases with minimal disruption to managed review and counsel teams. We’ll walk through a number of case studies featuring layered analytics approaches and also share some simple but highly-effective workflow tips and tricks for sample-based assisted review that make defensible data exclusion easy (that's right, we said EASY).
1 Hour Lecture Paul Laven - Senior Director, Analytics, XACT Data Discovery
Chris Powell - Director, Relativity Analytics, Xact Data Discovery
LIE157929 - eCTD: The Abbreviation You Need to Know for Pharmaceutical Litigation Learn the ins and outs of the regulatory submission format known as Electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD), and where it’s encountered in pharmaceutical litigation. We’ll walk through the e-discovery challenges created by the format and practical tips for addressing those challenges with Relativity. 1 Hour Lecture Jeffrey Schaefer - Partner, Ulmer & Berne LLP
PD188006 - e-Discovery Certifications: Why, Which, and in What Order The evolution of the legal industry over the next decade will usher in a new and hyper-focused valuation of functional domain certification that was once only granted to a traditional three-year JD. Legal professionals who may or may not be or want to join the bar are increasingly seeking certifications. These professionals are specializing in an area of expertise and validating that knowledge with certification(s) such as the CIPP US/EU for privacy, the GLEG or CISSP for security, or CEDS for those wanting to specialize in e-discovery and more.

During this panel discussion, you'll get a better understanding of the legal certification ecosystem for non-software specific accreditation. Panelists will discuss Relativity certifications—which overlap many functional domain certifications with elements of e-discovery project management, information governance, security, privacy, and analytics—and also provide potential career mapping pathways to help you expand and diversify your areas of expertise.
1 Hour Panel Jared Coseglia - CEO and Founder, TRU Staffing Partners
James Sherer - Partner, Baker Hostetler
Jenna Rooney - Pre-Sales Engineer, Relativity
Sean Neilsen, Relativity
Mary Mack, ACEDS
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
David Kilgore - Corporate Counsel, Rackspace
Karl Hennessee - Senior Vice President, Litigation, Investigations & Regulatory Affairs, Airbus
Dennis Garcia - Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
LIE230322 - e-Discovery Law and Practice: Case Studies in Cooperation From The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation and the judges across the nation who have endorsed it to the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, cooperation in e-discovery has become an important consideration in the United States and internationally as well. However, is cooperation in e-discovery even possible in an adversarial system? Even if it is possible, is it practical? How can you cooperate with an adversary? What about transparency in the process? What do other nations think about cooperation in e-discovery and e-disclosure?

Join us for a case study in e-discovery cooperation where e-discovery teams for both plaintiffs and corporate defendants discuss how they used technology and e-discovery workflows to not only conduct e-discovery with cooperation, but do it better, faster, and cheaper. This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Suzanne Clark - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC
Kathleen Porter Kristiansen - Senior Consultant and Solicitor, Risk Management & Cyber Security, Advanced Discovery
Chad Roberts - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC
LIE227579 - 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.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Kenya Dixon - Assistant Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Technology and Analysis, U.S. Federal Trade Commission
Tessa Jacob - Senior Counsel, Husch Blackwell
Cory Nugent - Information Technology Specialist, NYS Attorney General
PR225238 - Everything You Need to Know about RelativityOne Get an overview of RelativityOne, including what it is and what it is not. You'll learn the differences between using the cloud solution versus Relativity on-premises, as well as our plans for the future of RelativityOne and how we're continuing to improve the customer experience. 1 Hour Lecture Shamir Colloff - Senior Product Manager, Relativity
Alex Moy - Director, Product Management, Relativity
PD188410 - Fostering Inclusiveness: Promoting Diversity and Inclusion on Your e-Discovery Team Fostering environments that provide openness and inclusion has been proven to drive team performance, innovation, and employee retention. Recognizing the benefits of diversity in the workplace is only the first step—how do you build a culture of diversity into your e-discovery business? Relativity Fest is a unique opportunity to have a productive dialogue around how we, as a community, promote diversity both within our own organizations and within the larger e-discovery and legal world.

This 60-minute panel will discuss ways of driving inclusion in your practice and inspire a vision of an inclusive e-discovery community. The panel will cover:
  • • Why diversity matters to e-discovery
  • • How to foster a culture of inclusion, diversity, and openness, as well as promote diversity of thought
  • • Strategies for finding and retaining diverse talent
  • • How to make inclusion part of your e-discovery DNA
  • • Selling diversity initiatives internally to your organization and gaining alignment on why it’s an important investment
  • • Unlocking inclusion with global e-discovery teams
1 Hour Panel Drew Stern - Founder & Co-CEO, Esquify
LIE231929 - From Carpenter to the GDPR: 2018 Data Privacy and Protection Law Update From the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Carpenter v. United States to the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 to the European Union’s passage of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), 2018 has been an eventful year in the law of data privacy and data protection. Join us for this session, as legal experts examine these legal and regulatory developments and how they affect data discovery and your e-discovery practice.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Debbie Reynolds - Director, EimerStahl Discovery Solutions, llc, Eimer Stahl
Patrick Zeller - Enterprise Privacy Officer & Associate General Counsel for Information Governance, Gilead Sciences, Inc.
John Koss - Special Counsel, E-Discovery, Mintz Levin
Ed McAndrew - Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
PR189315 - From Legacy SQL Scripts to Relativity APIs: How to Build an Agile Relativity Development Team The agile method is not just for software companies. In fact, it has a place right here in e-discovery. In this session, law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius will share how they morphed their existing team of SQL script writers to an agile Relativity development team organized using the scrum framework. You’ll follow the team’s journey, from beginning to end, to glean insight from their experience, including challenges encountered, the benefits of migrating their custom Relativity SQL script to applications built using Relativity APIs, and the best practices they picked up along the way. 1 Hour Lecture Frank Martinez - eData Operations Coordinator, Morgan Lewis
George Phillips - Director of eData Operations, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
PD189060 - Generation e-Discovery: How Boomers, GenX-ers, and Millennials Work Together (or Apart) in Today's e-Discovery Landscape Generational conflict. Tension. Miscommunication. The interactions of the three major demographic generations of the late twentieth Century—Baby Boomers, GenX, and Millennials—and their impact on society and the workplace have been making headlines for a while now. Articles, think pieces, and clickbait on this topic seem to be everywhere over the last 15 years, as all three groups began to co-exist in the professional sphere. During this same period, e-discovery has come into its own as a unique and fast-growing industry. With its roots in the law (tradition-bound, slow to change) and in software and technology (fast-moving, maybe disruptive), and drawing talent from all age groups, what can e-discovery teach us about how the generations work together? What similarities and differences, friction points and synergies, exist between the groups? Does working in e-discovery magnify or diminish them? And which is the more important mindset: that of your generation or that of an e-discovery professional?

This panel discussion, with representatives from each of the three demographic cohorts, will cover topics of cross-generational work in the e-discovery space. The speakers will discuss personal observations, experiences, and strategies through guided moderator questions and intra-panel interactions.
1 Hour Panel Courtney Murphy - E-Discovery Project Manager, Clark Hill PLC
PR225275 - Get a Head Start with Templates A good template can make workspaces easier to navigate and save your team some much-needed time. In this session, we'll walk through everything you need to include in your templates, beginning to end-from the fields mapped to the apps installed. 1 Hour Lecture Greg Houston - Solutions Architect, Relativity
PR227602 - GPC: Going Cloud: How to Tackle the 5 Biggest Hurdles to Transforming Your Business You’re on board for transitioning your e-discovery practice to SaaS with RelativityOne—now how do you bring along the rest of your organization? In this session, we'll discuss the top barriers that organizations tell us they face in making the change and offer ideas to address them. 1 Hour Panel
PR227604 - GPC: Lessons in Strategic Transformation The public cloud has been disrupting industries in nearly every sector. In this session, we'll hear how one executive responded to the impact of the cloud and successfully led his company through a strategic transformation to become a managed services specialist. 1 Hour Lecture
PR227600 - GPC: Opening Keynote Relativity has always been a partner-centric organization and that strategy is not changing. Join Relativity leaders as we introduce new partner programs and initiatives and share how we are continuing to invest in our partners’ success. 1 Hour Lecture James Zinn - Director, Relativity
Nick Robertson - Chief Operating Officer, Relativity
PR227603 - GPC: What Can You Do When You Have No Infrastructure? The business value created by using SaaS in your e-discovery practice includes greater flexibility in responding to market conditions. In this session, we'll share ideas for and demonstrate examples of innovations made possible by improved capital efficiency. 1 Hour Lecture
PR225233 - Gravity: An Open Framework for Relativity Developers Learn more about Gravity-a free, open source development tool for all developers in the Relativity community to use, contribute to, and improve. Gravity will make developing on Relativity easier for everyone by allowing developers to interact with Relativity objects without the manual effort of rewriting the same code over and over to manipulate your RDOs. You'll also learn how you can get involved with the project and help make it better for the whole developer community. 1 Hour Lecture German Gachevski - CEO & CTO, TSD Services
Mark Robustelli - Manager, Software Engineering, Relativity
PD225226 - Guest Speaker: Amy Cuddy Social Psychologist and Best-Selling Author

Social psychologist and best-selling author Amy Cuddy is an expert on the behavioral science of power, presence, and prejudice. Her book Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges is a New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Publisher’s Weekly, and Globe & Mail best seller and has been published in 30 languages.

Amy’s 2012 TED Talk, “Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are,” was named by The Guardian as one of “20 Online Talks That Could Change Your Life” and is the second-most-viewed TED Talk, watched more than 46 million times.

Amy writes and speaks about how we can become more present, influential, compassionate, and satisfied in our professional and personal lives. She focuses on the power of nonverbal behavior, prejudice and stereotyping, the delicate balance of trustworthiness and strength, and the ways in which people can affect their own thoughts, feelings, performance, and psychological and physical well-being.

Her highly cited research on prejudice and stereotyping, nonverbal behavior, and presence and performance under stress has been published in top academic journals, including the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Science, and Psychological Science, and featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The Guardian, Wired, Fast Company, Inc., The Globe and Mail, NPR, BBC, and many more.

Amy has been honored in several publications, including being named one of “100 Women of 2017” by the BBC, a “Game Changer” by Time, one of “50 Women Who Are Changing the World” by Business Insider, and one of the “Top 50 Leadership Innovators Changing How We Lead” by Inc.

She has been a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, CBS Sunday Morning, Morning Joe, 60 Minutes with Charlie Rose, CNN with Anderson Cooper, among others. Amy has written for the New York Times, New York Magazine, Harvard Business Review, and CNN.

Amy is currently writing a book about bravery, bullying, and by standing. In 2018, in partnership with the New Citizenship Project, she will launch a venture championing measures of societal and economic success and well-being.
1 Hour General Session Amy Cuddy - Social Psychologist and Best-Selling Author
LIE225227 - Guest Speaker: Kimberley Motley First Western Litigator in Afghanistan

Kimberley Motely spent five years as a public defender in Milwaukee before heading to Afghanistan for a legal education program. There, she met Westerners stranded in Afghan prisons without representation. So, she started defending them.

Today, she’s the first and only Western litigator in the Afghan court system—and one of the most successful defense attorneys in the country, with a reported 90 percent success rate. Over the years, she’s helped countless victims, from child brides to British ex-soldiers.

Kimberley is on a quest for what she calls “justness” in which see puts the law back in the hands of the people for its intended use: to protect. Her immersive legal style—referred to as Motley’s Law—has helped her become an influential figure in one of the most male-dominated and conservative regions.

Kimberley lives in Afghanistan for nine months of the year, but she also works on cases in Uganda, Dubai, and the United States, and is a registered attorney for more than 20 embassies. She’s received international interest for her legal work, including interviews with CNN, the BBC, NBC, Dan Rather Reports, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Guardian, and The Washington Post, among many others.
1 Hour General Session Kimberley Motley - First Western Litigator in Afghanistan
PR227588 - Hands-On Deep Dive into the New Relativity 9.6 Academic Workbook Relativity has created a new curriculum workbook on Relativity 9.6, the newest version of Relativity. Join us for a three-hour deep dive into what it contains, how to teach each section, and how to get ready to roll it out in your next e-discovery course. This is a hands on class and computers will be provided. 3 Hours Workshop Janice Hollman - Program Manager, Relativity
PR190372 - How I Built This RelativityOne App In this session, you'll see firsthand what it takes to build a Relativity Innovation Award-nominated app on RelativityOne. Ryan Tuuk of BDO will take you through the process he followed in creating the app, discuss the challenges he faced, and share tips he learned as he worked his way from a whisper of an idea to a fully-functioning app running on RelativityOne. 1 Hour Lecture George Socha - EDRM Co-Founder and BDO Technology & Business Transformation Services Managing Director, BDO
Ryan Tuuk - Litigation Senior, BDO
PR225244 - How to Benefit the Most from RelativityOne Security Learn how you, as the customer, make our control environment stronger with the controls in your organization when you use RelativityOne. You'll learn 18 key controls that you need to have in place to complete the security loop created by your RelativityOne environment. 1 Hour Lecture Lynn Engel - Senior Compliance Manager, Relativity
Eric Weis, Armanino LLP
Evan Larkin - Team Lead, Security Engineer, Relativity
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