Organized By

innoxcell

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Knowledge Partners

kroll ontrack
catalyst
control risk

Supporting Organizations

scca
isc
deloitte
ediscoveryasia

Media Partner

conventuslaw

AGENDA

31th October 2011

Interactive Panel discussions and Debates

08.45

International Legal Discovery Panel

  • Managing Discovery in Asia Pacific
  • U.S. Litigation Exposure for Asian Companies
  • Singapore Practice directions

(M) Chris Dale, Founder & Consultant, the e‐Disclosure Information Project
Richard Kershaw, Asia Managing Director at Catalyst Repository Systems
Browning E. Marean III,
Senior Counsel, DLA Piper
ANG Feng Qian, Assistant Registrar, Supreme Court of Singapore

10.00

Networking Break

10.20

The Cross Border Litigation Challenges - Explore how E-Discovery experts help and expedite the process. Examine the costs of e‐discovery and strategies to minimize them

  • Applying standard cost accounting and time-and-motion studies to predict and manage evidence management
  • Developing and optimizing specialized e-discovery teams within in-house corporate counsels’ offices and at law firms and measuring their cost savings
  • Designing and implementing capped-fee arrangements for legal services
  • Managing international evidence management and assessment projects in light of varying and sometimes inconsistent legal and professional standards

(M) Bill Speros, Attorney Consulting in Evidence Management, Speros& Associates LLC
Edmund J Kronenburg, Managing Partner, Braddell Brothers LLP 
Nish Shetty, Partner, Head of International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution (SEA), Clifford Chance
David Chan, Partner, Shook Lin & Bok LLP
Scott Warren, Managing Director, Kroll Ontrack

11.30

Understanding the Current Legal, Risk & Information Management Landscape.

Convening legal, IT and RIM professionals to share current and best practices in discovery, information governance, privacy and data retention policy

Eddie Sheehy, CEO,NUIX
Gordon Smith, Partner, Kennedys Singapore LLP
Theo Nassiokas,
Head of Information Security & Technology Risk, Asia-Pacific, Europe & America (APEA), ANZ

12.30

Lunch

13.45

eDiscovery in challenging environments

Companies operate in increasingly challenging environments on a global basis it is necessary to understand these environments and the risks associated with them. This session will address what these risks are, how they can be identified and mitigated, and what is the impact in terms of eDiscovery?

Kim Frisinger, Market Director, Legal Technologies, eDiscovery & Compliance, Asia Pacific, Control Risks
James Robinson, Senior Consultant, Legal Technologies, Asia Pacific, Control Risks

14.30

Case Study – eDiscovery and the US Regulators. A practical case study on the role of eDiscovery during an FCPA investigation.

  • Understanding the issues
  • Managing the client expectations
  • Collection and processing of ESI
  • Designing an effective review strategy for multi-language documents
  • Practical dealings with US law firms
  • Production of documents for legal review platforms
  • Reporting our finding to the client

Peter Moore, Director , Forensic Services, Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services
Kobus Beukes, Director , Forensic Services, Deloitte & Touche Financial Advisory Services

Inno-Discover

Small group discussion designed for participants to ask questions, bounce innovative ideas as well as to gain valuable advice from experts.

15.30

eDiscovery for IP litigation and government regulatory investigations

Scott Warren, Managing Director, Kroll Ontrack
Celeste Ang, Associate Principal, Baker & McKenzie.Wong & Leow

15.30

eDiscovery for Information Security professional - What Must a CIO/ MIS do when the company gets sued, what should a CIO/ MIS never do and how should the CIO/ MIS to know the difference

Richard Kershaw, Asia Managing Director at Catalyst Repository Systems
Theo Nassiokas, Head of Information Security & Technology Risk, Asia-Pacific, Europe & America (APEA), ANZ
Darren Cerasi, Director, I-Analysis

15.30

Best practices for proactive eDiscovery response strategies – How to be one step ahead

  • Identifying the discovery triggers
  • Establishing the response team
  • Determining key custodians and data gatekeepers
  • Locating and own the records with data mapping techniques
  • Developing an economically viable response plan

Michael Lew, Director, Head of Digital Forensics & LPO, Stone Forest Corporate Advisory Pte Ltd
Benjamin Ang, Tech Law, Legal Technology and Music Technology Educator, Intellectual Property Law

17.30-19.00

Nuix eDiscovery Cocktail party

Venue: La Viva Spanish Bar and Tapas
Direction: Please see map

La Viva Spanish Bar and Tapas

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TOO BUSY TO ATTEND?

Being the head of department, we know you are busy; therefore we have designed this event to enable you to pick and choose the sessions you would like to attend.

If you simply would like to explore the latest legal technology for your firm, an exposition is available for 2 full days. We also setup an education corner for you to learn from experts at any time during the event.

We understand legal matters can be sensitive and confidential; therefore we setup an online one to one meeting system for you to select experts you like to meet at the event in a private and professional setting.

THE ASIA PACIFIC EDISCOVERY EXCHANGE IS DESIGNED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS.

For delegate registration, marketing cooperation, sponsorship or speaking opportunities, please contact Jeffrey Teh at
852 2815 7772 or jeffrey.teh@innoxcell.net