All times below for the listed sessions are Eastern Time.
The growing "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) movement is presenting a new series of employee privacy challenges for organizations striving to uphold data security, compliance, and transparency obligations for e-discovery, investigations, audits and other complex processes. Join our panel of experts to discuss how new technologies and changes to privacy laws and regulations are affecting best practices in this hyper-dynamic landscape.
The potential discoverable data sources in today's mobile device and technology-enabled world have expanded to mountainous proportions. Identifying and preserving this relevant data, as well as presenting it in a usable and persuasive format is paramount to gaining the upper hand in any electronic discovery related investigation. Our panelists will discuss the various types of emerging data sources not to be overlooked as well as identify how each can be connected to tell a better story.
On October 10, 2019, the California AG announced Proposed Regulations implementing the CCPA of 2018. In § 999.313. Responding to Requests to Know and Requests to Delete, and specifically "(d) Responding to Requests to Delete" the panel discusses the potential implications and resulting actions that may take place as a result
All About the CCPA: A 5-Step Guide to Complying with California's Consumer Privacy Act:
With the clock ticking down until the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) comes into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, many companies are struggling to understand the sweeping new privacy law, its impact on the business, and how to manage compliance across a matrix of global privacy laws. While there are still amendments to be settled before 2020, there are several few key ways to get ready for the CCPA’s privacy governance and consumer rights requirements. In this session, we’ll outline what this new law means for your business, detail what changes to expect to see before it’s put into effect, and lay out a 5-step guide to demonstrating on-going compliance the CCPA. We’ll also share findings from research conducted with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) on how ready (or not) businesses are for the CCPA, what factors are driving compliance and how the GDPR fits into CCPA readiness.
Corporate counsel and law firms are under significant pressure to deliver services more cost-effectively and efficiently. The alignment of the legal services value chain is very important to achieve success. Process, technology and business model innovation changes need to evolve to meet the needs of all the parties that consume and deliver these services. How do we identify, evaluate, implement and measure internal and external improvements? In this session you will learn from expert practitioners from corporations, law firms and 3rd party vendors on what they currently do and what kind of process, technology or business model improvements will help going forward.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the legal profession as it has done in finance, entertainment, healthcare, and manufacturing and this has some lawyers and technologists worried. There is an emerging approach to machine learning and AI that focused on augmenting and amplifying human intelligence rather than replacing it. Leveraging an augmented intelligence model powered by things like advanced analytics, continual active learning (CAL) and machine translation, lawyers can supercharge their decision making and reduce time to insight. Today's AI technology is perfect for repetitive tasks that require human intelligence where an increase in productivity and decrease in errors and cost are the goals, document review is an ideal candidate for the application of AI technology and its benefits. Leveraging augmented intelligence in ediscovery can find evidence faster, increase efficiency, and decrease errors while reducing the overall cost exponentially.
Like with any business, Discovery is often pigeonholed into what a part perceives as “obligations” (like time entry for attorneys). However, every lawsuit also has a business component where opportunities to be strategic (rather than simply responsive) can be designed and deployed. During this panel discussion we’ll ask for the perspectives of outside and in-house counsel as well as legal operations on how the “return on investment” can be best defined and validated for strategic discovery efforts
Get to know the speakers and attendees better at the happy hour sponsored by Disco. Happy Hour will be immediately after the conference at The Establishment with drinks and appetizers.
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