The run-up to LegalTech 2015 in New York generates a flood of eDiscovery-related events and notices, making it necessary for me to aggregate a few of them.
Recommind has published a list of the sessions in which it is involved at LegalTech on Wednesday 4 February. The focus is very much on the user – user-centric mobile, social, and cloud world is the first one, followed by user-defined predictive coding for fact finding a prioritised review. The last one, user-centric protocols for advanced review, moderated by Phil Favro, includes US Magistrate Judge James Francis among its panellists.
Recommind is also participating in a webinar taking place on 28 January at 1:00pm EST. Its title is the 2014 eDiscovery cases you need to know: lessons and best practices from a pivotal year.
Topics to be covered include preservation and production of data stored in the cloud and on mobile devices, how to develop a predictive coding process, and the effect of privacy rights, lawyer client privilege and the work product doctrine.
Phil Favro moderates, and the panel includes US Magistrate Judge Xavier Rodriguez. You can find more information and registration details here.