eDiscovery and Information Governance 2017 - 10 November 2017, The RDS, Dublin 4

Public course: €295.00
Duration: 1 Day

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A must-attend-event for any LitigatorInvestigator or Information Officer. eDiscovery and Information Governance 2017 brings together leading national and international speakers, to discuss trends,  judgments and technological advances in the area of eDiscovery. 


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oin members of the Judiciary, In House Counsel, Litigators, Data Investigators, Regulators, Forensic Professionals, Barristers, Law Enforcement, Consultants and Commercials Managers at Ireland’s largest gathering of eDiscovery Practitioners. 

Conference Schedule

8.30

Registration

9.00

Welcome - Adrian Kiernan, La Touche Training

9.10

Key Note Address - Craig Ball - US Attorney & Forensic Technologist

  • The emergence of data as evidence in lieu of documents
  • The need among counsel confronting electronic evidence
  • The relevance of mobile and Internet of Things content as evidence in civil litigation and corporate investigation

10.00

Proposed Amendments to the Rules to Reduce High Court Discovery Time and Costs
The CLAI Sub-Committee
The CLAI will discuss the far-reaching implications of the proposed amendments to reducing High Court Discovery Time and Costs

10.35

GDPR- Implications for eDiscovery from a legal and technical point of view
Meribeth Banaschick, EY & Paul Lavery, McCann Fitzgerald

11.10

Q&A Session

11.30

Networking break

11.50

Dawn Raid Data                                                                                      
Richard Ryan & Florence Loric - Arthur Cox 

  • How to handle the seizure of electronic data during a dawn raid
  • Scope and the right to privacy
  • Overview of the landmark Supreme Court Decision in CRH plc & Others CCPC

12.20

Data Access Requests - Two Sides of the Fence
Peter Gallagher, Central Bank of Ireland & Rob Corbet, Arthur Cox      

  • Companies are already struggling with increasing volumes of data access requests and access requests continue to account for over half of the complaints made to the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner each year.
  • The GDPR will extend the rights of data subjects beyond access to include rights of rectification, portability, objection and the "right to be forgotten".
  • Under the new regime, no fee will be payable, the time frame for responding will reduce to one month and the consequences of non-compliance will increase considerably.

Against this daunting backdrop, Rob Corbet and Peter Gallagher explore what companies can do to meet their existing obligations and how they should prepare the new requirements.

12.50

Q & A Session

13.05

Lunch

 

Practical Breakout Session 1 -
14.00

Practical Breakout Session 2 -
14.00

 

Access all areas: How technology
helps solve global ED challenges
Tina Shah, KrolLDiscovery
We will explore how onsite and
mobile solutions can be used to bring
legal technology to bear in the most challenging of regions and matters, and the implications this has for the global legal landscape.

Learn how GDPR and Brexit will interact with legal process,
and walk through some real-life examples of the innovative use of technology from 2017.

eDiscovery Tools - What else can they be used for?

eDiscovery technology is not a 'one trick pony' it has many applications in other areas of law which include Data Access Requests, Contract Law, Employment Law, Fraud, Property & Corporation Law.
This presentation will provide some insight, as to how the technology is being depolyed to support lawyers complete core tasks which include:

  • Analytics
  • Categorisation
  • Due-diligence
  • Duplication
  • Redaction
  • Publishing

Informa

 

Augmented Intelligence changing the face of Investigations and Electronic Discovery.

Despite there being infinitely more data, we are expected to produce results twice as fast, with twice the accuracy, but with half the people, half the budget and in half the time. 

The only way to reduce time and costs while increasing productivity is to cut data down to only relevant documents as quickly as possible.

In order to this we must focus on an Augmented Intelligence strategy.
Augmented Intelligence combines machine learning, visualization and human intuition so we can surface patterns and insights in data faster than ever before.

It is this process that is the subject of this presentation.

Dave Copps, CEO, Brainspace

Reveal & Brainspace

The growing role of translation software in e-discovery, compliance and big data

Did you know that 80% of all litigation will be multilingual by 2020*?


Using real-world case studies, this session will explore how firms typically handle cases with foreign language data and the role that machine translation technology plays.


Recent advances in this area, particularly the advent of AI-powered translation, have made machine translation technology an integral tool in the arsenal of the e-discovery professional.


We'll also take a sneak peak under the hood and show how machine translation technology works for certain languages and applications.

Dr. John Tinsley, CEO, Iconic Translation Machines

* according to Gartner

15.00

Coffee & Networking

15.15


Document Production Obligations in Civil Discoveries Versus Regulatory and Criminal Investigations.

  • Data collection techniques
    • Self-collect versus forensics
  • Legal imperatives
    • Standards of Proof - narrower or wider net?
    • Potential prosecution for non-cooperation versus cost orders
  • Legal consequences for failure to produce documents
    • Civil consequences versus criminal consequences
    • Technology approaches
      • Differing time dynamics
      • Different areas of concern
      • Relevance is in the hands of the beholder
  • Dynamics with opposing party
    • Discovery is based on what solicitors think they may find, investigations start that way, but grow into a detailed analysis of what they have actually found.
    • Need to be much more pro-active with investigations

Eoghan Kenny
Senior Manager Data Projects, A&L Goodbody

15.45

Panel Discussion
Craig Ball, Meribeth Banaschik and Simon Collins, EY.

Panel to discuss a range of issues, including cases, activities and trends from an Irish and International point of view:

  • Brexit
  • The proper level of process transparency required of those who deploy machine intelligence (i.e., TAR) in lieu of lawyer judgment. in data collection and review
  • The interplay between personal privacy and the needs of litigations to obtain probative evidence. We must fully grasp what is technical feasible--and the potential for misinterpretation and abuse

16.30

Closing Remarks

Drinks and Networking Reception

 

eDiscovery and Information Governance 2017,
Friday 10 November 2017, The RDS.
8.30am - 4.30pm, followed by drinks reception

 

Full Conference Rate: €295
Multiple Delegate Discount of €235pp, when 3+ delegates book together (email foneill@latouchetraining.ie to avail of this offer)
 

 

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