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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
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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

Topics

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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