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Relativity Fest 2018

David Horrigan

Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity

Speaker Bio

David Horrigan is Relativity's e-discovery counsel and legal education director. An attorney, law school guest lecturer, e-discovery industry analyst, and award-winning journalist, David has served as counsel at the Entertainment Software Association, reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and analyst and counsel at 451 Research. He has been published or cited by many publications and the law reviews of numerous universities. He is licensed to practice law in Washington D.C.

LIE225228 - The Judicial Panel The Judicial Panel has become a Relativity Fest tradition, and the fifth annual gathering of prominent judges promises to be the most engaging and perhaps provocative yet. US District Judge Xavier Rodriguez and retired US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck return to join moderator David Horrigan of Relativity and new leading judges to discuss the most important e-discovery legal developments of the year. We live in interesting times, and new for 2018, the Judicial Panel will examine important legal developments outside the world of e-discovery. Spend an hour of your time at Relativity Fest to get the judicial take on the vital issues of the day.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour General Session David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Justice Tanya Kennedy, New York Supreme Court - New York County
U.S. District Judge Nora Barry Fischer
U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez
Honorable Andrew Peck - Retired U.S. Magistrate Judge (S.D.N.Y) and Senior Counsel, DLA Piper
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 - Data Privacy Officer & 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
LIE231932 - State of the e-Discovery Union: A Roundtable on the Industry and the Profession Both the e-discovery industry and the legal profession are in a period of rapid change. Where is the industry going, and what does the future hold for the legal professionals who make up the e-discovery profession? Join us for this session where leading journalists, industry analysts, and legal experts will examine the current state of the e-discovery, the market and legal forces affecting the industry, your firm or company, and your career. In addition, our panel of industry leaders will be making predictions on what the future holds for all of us. 1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Ari Kaplan - Princial, Ari Kaplan Advisors
Zach Warren - Editor-in-Chief, Legaltech News
Michael Bryant - Chairman, HaystackID
Mary Mack - Executive Director, ACEDS
Ryan O'Leary - Senior Research Analyst, Legal, Risk and Compliance, IDC
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
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
Kelly Twigger - Principal, ESI Attorneys LLC
Suzanne Clark - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC
Grainne Bryan - CEO, Legal Technology Solutions, McCann FitzGerald
Chad Roberts - Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery Co-Counsel, PLLC
LIE230321 - ILTA and Relativity Fest Present Finding the Fun in Writing Fundamentals Writing skills are mission critical for lawyers and paralegals, and studies show that even those in the technical fields advance faster and are more effective with colleagues if they know how to write well.

The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) began Finding the Fun in Writing Fundamentals, a legal technology writing skills program, at ILTACON, and now ILTA and Relativity are pleased to bring it to you in an ILTA webinar live from Relativity Fest. Whether you’re trying to write motions, pleadings, effective emails, team bios, technical training manuals, client timekeeping entries, blogs, or social media posts, this program will guide you through the writing process and help you communicate better in the legal technology workplace.  In addition, we’ll examine legal matters where writing errors have influenced the outcome of the case.

Join us for writing best practices from Gary Kinder of Wordrake, a nationally recognized writing coach who has appeared on The New York Times Best Sellers List, and Relativity’s David Horrigan, a longtime legal author and former reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal—with retired US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of DLA Piper providing guidance and sharing some of the biggest legal writing blunders he’s seen—in this fun and educational program.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Honorable Andrew Peck - Retired U.S. Magistrate Judge (S.D.N.Y) and Senior Counsel, DLA Piper
Gary Kinder - Founder, WordRake
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
Dennis Garcia - Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
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
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
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
LIE227575 - The Internet of Things from a Legal and Regulatory Perspective The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the fastest growing sources of potential data in e-discovery and an important data privacy consideration. In this session, hear leading national experts with perspectives from major law firms, federal law enforcement, and computer forensics as we examine recent case law, practical technical challenges, current issues—including the regulation of self-driving cars, and the legal considerations of IoT data tracking.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel David Horrigan - Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director, Relativity
Gail Gottehrer - Co-Chair, Privacy, Cybersecurity & Emerging Technologies Practice Group, Akerman
Ed McAndrew - Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Craig Ball - ESI Special Master, Attorney and Computer Forensic Examiner, Craig D. Ball, P.C.