Category Archives: ILTA Insight

ILTA Insight in London on 17 November

ILTA is the International Legal Technology Association whose role is to encourage the understanding and take-up of technology solutions in the business of running a law firm or a legal Department. ILTA does this by a mixture of written resources, … Continue reading

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ILTA 2016 – pooling proficiency in a plate-glass palace by the Potomac

If I lighted on the words “pooling proficiency” in my title mainly for their alliterative quality, they are actually quite a good description of what ILTA (the organisation as well as this big annual event) is for. I nearly didn’t go … Continue reading

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ILTA Conference 2016 coming up

ILTA is the International Legal Technology Association. Its biggest event, ILTACON 2016, takes place at National Harbour, just outside Washington DC, from 28 August to 1 September. ILTA is one of the few events which I am happy to attend … Continue reading

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Another success for ILTA and ALM at Legaltech Asia Hong Kong 2016

ILTA, the International Legal Technology Association, and ALM, the owners of the Legaltech conference brand, have for some years run a one-day event in Hong Kong called Legaltech Asia. I was there this year, as I have been since the … Continue reading

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ILTA Teleforum today – no Safe Harbour: what’s new in the European data protection laws?

I am taking part in an ILTA teleforum today at 4:00pm GMT / 11:00am EST with the title No safe harbour: what’s new in European data protection laws? Our focus will inevitably be the consequences of the Schrems Safe Harbour … Continue reading

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More on Schrems as panic gives way to constructive thought

As anticipated, there has been a lot of comment on the implications for safe harbour and for data transfers to the US following this week’s decision in Schrems. I wrote briefly about it here, deliberately avoiding substantive comment, and there … Continue reading

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ILTA brings Insight to legal technology in London on 14 November

I am an unabashed enthusiast for the International Legal Technology Association, ILTA, whose big US conference every year is one of the high points of my (over-full) conference calendar. It has three key elements which are critical to lawyers everywhere … Continue reading

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ILTA and Rohit Talwar – a project to analyse technology disruption and change

ILTA is running a project on the impact of technology on legal practice, with the futurist Rohit Talwar. The results will be delivered at ILTA Insight 2013 in London in November. After the ILTA / ALM technology conference in Hong … Continue reading

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ILTA 2012 Part 5 – Future ILTA events

This is the last of my series of articles about the ILTA conference in Washington in August. What else is ILTA doing around the world? ILTA has recently partnered with ALM, the owners of LegalTech. Apart from LegalTech itself, the next of … Continue reading

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ILTA Insight in London 8 to 9 May 2012

ILTA, the International Legal Technology Association, works throughout the year to advance and share knowledge of legal technology developments, priding itself rightly on its peer to peer relationships between members. It has a major conference in the US each year … Continue reading

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E-disclosure conferences and seminars 2008

I have updated on my web site the list of conferences, seminars and similar events known to me for 2008, with hyperlinks to the programmes where they are available. I have left up the programmes for the past events, since … Continue reading

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ILTA 2008: e-Disclosure – the next risky business

This was the title of the second e-disclosure session at ILTA INSIGHT 2008 in London – the first was on Judicial training in e-Disclosure. George Rudoy of Shearman & Sterling, and UK e-disclosure consultant Andrew Haslam talked about risk management, … Continue reading

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ILTA 2008: judicial training in e-disclosure

I have already given an overview of the excellent ILTA INSIGHT 2008 conference in London yesterday (ILTA 2008 – not just another e-disclosure conference). Two sessions dealt with electronic disclosure. The first was given by Mark Surguy of Pinsent Masons, … Continue reading

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ILTA – not just another e-disclosure conference

When the Director of Global Practice Technology & Information Services at Shearman & Sterling describes what we are doing in the Birmingham Mercantile Court as “leap-frogging the US in e-disclosure”, you begin to think you might be getting somewhere. George … Continue reading

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