#MetadataMatters – Doing It Right: Combining Technology and Cooperation in eDiscovery

Fantastic session yesterday at LegalTech.  Thanks to David Leone, Ariana Tadler, Maura GrossmanRonni Solomon, and Conor Crowley.

LegalTech® New York 2014  February 4 Timeline   the most important legal technology events of the yearDoing It Right:  Combining Technology and Cooperation in eDiscovery

“Cooperation” and “transparency” became the buzzwords in 2008, when The Sedona Conference issued its Cooperation Proclamation.  Since then, the world of e-discovery has evolved at warp speed.  Volume has exploded.  Complexity has increased.  Judicial expectations have evolved.  At the center of it all, advancing technology has changed everything.

Ariana Tadler, Partner at Milberg LLP and Chair Emeritus, as well as an active member of The Sedona Conference® Steering Committee for Working Group I, leads a panel of eDiscovery thought leaders and practice experts in an overview of eDiscovery in 2014:

Attend this session to learn more about how to proactively combine technology and cooperation to “do e-discovery right,” including:

  • When and how to use cutting edge technologies – and when to avoid them
  • Updates on current “best practices” and judicial expectations
  • How to cooperate in the world of technology-assisted review
  • How to deal with the “pretend cooperator”

Gain from the experience and expertise of seasoned eDiscovery professionals in this mixture of discourse and dialogue.

For a look at today’s LTNY agenda go to: http://www.legaltechshow.com/r5/cob_page.asp?category_id=76596&initial_file=cob_page-ltech_agenda-timeline.asp

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