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Legal Big Data Symposium 2014

  • 30 Apr 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Hong Kong
Asia Legal Big Data Symposium 2014
30th April 2014, Hong Kong

HKCCA Members
Can get Complimentary ticket if signed before 31st Jan 2014 for in-house legal, IT, Risk and Law firm!!!

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Latest Development of eDiscovery in Hong Kong

“The Hong Kong Judiciary is actively engaged in creating a pilot scheme for discovery and inspection of electronically stored documents in the Commercial List. The pilot scheme is expected to be implemented by way of a Practice Direction (PD) to be issued in the first quarter of 2014. Preparation of the PD is presently a work in progress.

The Asia Legal Big Data is an eDiscovery exchange event, we have prepared 3 streams to cover all aspect concerning Legal Big Data issues in Asia.

  • Stream A : All topics are directly relevant to In-house, compliance and risk professionals
  • Stream B: All topics are designed for law firms, government agencies and investigation professionals
  • Stream C: Designed for IT, Information management and anti cyber-crime professionals


The emergence of the ‘Legal Big Data’ means that businesses now expect greater understanding from the consolidation of all of those sources of ESI including when responding to a dispute, investigation or regulatory review.

  • LPO and Managed Review - What’s the Difference? Legal Technology - The new breed of attorneys.
  • Collecting Evidence from China in US-Based Litigation
  • Predictive coding is key weapon against big data costs
  • Conducting Risk-based Anti-Bribery and Corruption Analytics for Internal Audit and Compliance
  • Challenges of the Cloud, BYOD and Social Media from an eDiscovery Perspective
  • The trifecta of e-discovery pitfalls for pharmaceutical and high-tech industry: high volume, trade secrets, and sensitive information.
  • Learn how to analyse, cull, review, tag, and redact documents
  • Developing a Legal Risk Model for Big
    Volumes of Unstructured Data
  • Cyber Crime: From script kiddies to Advanced Persistent Threats (APT)
  • E-Discovery and Information Governance – What’s the Difference?
  • CIO Series: IT Governance and Information Intelligence
  • E-Discovery Collaboration: The Interplay Between In-House Counsel, IT, and Outside Counsel
  • Investigation Fundamentals with Nuix 5

Confirmed Speakers

  • Mr. Justice Mohan Bharwaney, Judge of the Court of First Instance of the High Court
  • Kate Chan, Kroll Ontrack
  • Menachem Hasofer, Partner, Mayer Brown JSM
  • Jonathan Witts,Regional Head of Litigation,BNP Paribas- Asia-Pacific
  • Barry Wong, Consillio
  • Paul Taylor, Consillio
  • Browning Marean, Senior Counsel DLA Piper's
  • Stuart Clarke, Director of Investigation Services, Nuix
  • Richard Kershaw, FTI Technology
  • Chris Dale, eDisclosure Information Project
  • Denis Brock, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
  • Scott Warren, Head of Japan, Epiq Systems
  • Celeste Kemper,Director, Document Review Services Asia, Epiq Systems
  • Tamir Sigal, RSD Information Governance Solutions.
  • Barclay T. Blair
  • Micky Lo, Head of Information Risk Management APAC, Bank of New York Mellon
  • Alan Watkins, Symantec
  • Torsten Duwenhorst, China Forensic Technology and Discovery Services Leader, Ernst & Young Advisory Services Ltd
  • Andrew Dale, Partner, Orrick
  • Amanda Beattie,Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
  • Dave Graham, Senior Solutions Manager (APAC)
  • Steve Couling, Kcura

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