Legal Tech New York is the world’s largest technology tradeshow and conference in the legal industry [7,500+ attendees.] January 31 – February 2, 2005. Hilton New York, New York City.
This bi-coastal program, developed through a joint effort between Preston Gates, Microsoft��and the Practising Law Institute (PLI,) is designed specifically for in-house counsel and other attorneys involved in advising organizations on electronic discovery and document retention issues. Backup tapes, evolving case law, computer forensics, and ethics rules in email are just a portion of the subjects to be covered by a daylong series of speakers and interactive panels.
Key focus areas include:
- Formulating retention/destruction policies and implementing the duty to preserve
- New discovery frontiers: instant messaging and voicemail
- Computer forensics: When you need it; when you don’t
- Update on newly revised E-Discovery court rules
- Creating defensible privilege claims
- Ethics: Resolving conflicts related to email
December 9-10, 2004
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
San Francisco, California
Preston’s Martha Dawson will be participating as a panelist. The conference will focus on a number of key electronic discovery issues, including:
- Disclosure and discovery of digital evidence
- Finding and collecting electronic information
- Effective records management
- Selecting an e-discovery vendor
- Updates on e-discovery law
For more information on the conference, click here.
Best Practices for Corporate Counsel
Park Central Hotel, New York City
November 10-12, 2004
Key themes: Minimizing costs associated with e-discovery, best practices for managing and preserving electronic information, developing effective litigation response strategies, tips and traps for records management and litigation strategy. Presented by Marcus Evans.