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Conference Overview

Global e-Discovery legislation is no longer being driven by U.S. litigation. In 2009, country-specific e-Discovery rules have emerged in Asia for the first time. Australia's Practice Note CM6 and Singapore's Practice Direction No.3 now spells out guidance for dealing with e-Discovery under litigation filed. Hong Kong's latest Practice Direction 5.2 allows parties to exchange documents without having to prepare lists of documents, litigates commercial contract disputes in HK and enforces judgements in China.

As e-Discovery becomes ever more important in investigations, legal and IT departments are struggling to comply with ever tightening rules and regulations. A variety of regulatory requirements, privacy laws and information security requirements mandate much more rigorous information governance practices.

Gathering a host of experienced legal counsels, IT professionals and litigants, the e-Discovery and Digital Forensics conference brings you up-to-date with case management and cost control, while taking an in-depth and integrated look at e-Discovery and ESI collecting, processing and reviewing.

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Best Practices in Cost Management and Case Management for

  • Building up an E-Discovery Program with Records Management Policy and Procedures
  • Implementing Early Case Assessment beyond Cost-Saving Solutions - Avoiding Pitfalls in ESI Collection
  • Emerging Technologies: the Practical Implications and Challenges on Legal ESI
  • Electronic Discovery in Litigation & Compliance: Corporate Litigation Readiness
  • Maximizing Compliance by Bringing E-Discovery inside the Corporation - Combining IT, Legal Counsels and Vendors
  • Judicial Panel: Cross-Border Litigation with Internal Disclosure and Privacy

Who Will You Meet

  • In-house Counsel / Legal Counsel
  • General Counsel / Chief Legal Officers
  • Chief Compliance Officers / Compliance Managers
  • Chief Information Officers / Heads of IT
  • Records and Document Managers
  • Information & Knowledge Management Leaders
  • Risk Management Leaders
  • Chief Security Officers / Security Managers
  • Attorneys / Litigation Lawyers
  • E-Discovery Solution Providers
  • Enforcement Bodies

Our International Speaker Panel from USA, UK, Singapore, Japan and HK with Eminent Judges, Litigants and IT Professionals


Hon. Andrew J. Peck
U.S. Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York


David C. Shonka
Principal Deputy General Counsel
Federal Trade Commission


Christopher To
Executive Director
Construction Industry Council
(Council Member of Hong Kong
International Arbitration Centre)


Browning E. Marean
Senior Counsel and Co-chair of the
Electronic Discovery Readiness and Response Group

DLA Piper (US) LLP


Scott Nonaka
Partner
O' Melveny and Myers LLP

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