Information Governance & eDiscovery Summit

12 - 14 May, 2015

The Waldorf Hilton, London, United Kingdom

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10th Anniversary of the Information Governance & eDiscovery Summit

A New Vision for 2015: Are You Ready?


  • 10 + Internationally Recognised Thought Leaders
  • 10 + Exclusive Corporate Case Studies
  • 10 + Innovative Networking Sessions
  • 10 + Never Before Seen “Legal Tech Tables”
  • 10 + Expert “Strategy Shoot Outs”
  • 10 + Breakthrough Panel Sessions

The landscape has changed. The information governance and eDiscovery industry is maturing, and with that maturity, comes a new thirst for knowledge. For those that are looking for competitive advantage, waiting for the studies on such benefits will likely be waiting for too long in an arena where technology advances quickly and benefit periods are shortened.

Huge conglomerates can no longer see information governance and eDisocvery as a mere ‘Hobby Horse.’ The data explosion, ignited by BYOD, social media and big data has given this topic a higher profile, with companies battling to get a handle on their dark data before it is too late.

Those that attend the 10th Anniversary of Information Governance and eDiscovery and embrace the new ways of governing and discovering information will be the winners in this economy.

Find out how you can benchmark your current information governance and eDiscovery practices against the world’s most progressive companies. A reminder to check this website regularly for speaker and programme updates!

Brilliant format, excellent speakers, good variation on themes and good fun as well. Altogether a thoroughly informative experience and one I look forward to every year" - Tom Spencer, Senior Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline

  • 10th Anniversary Information Governance and eDiscovery Magazine 10th Anniversary Information Governance and eDiscovery Magazine
    To celebrate a decade of embracing new ways of governing and discovering information, Legal iQ presents: The 10th Anniversary Information Governance and eDiscovery Magazine. Our magazine introduces you to just a few of the breathtaking themes taking place this year:

    Is Information Governance dead? 
    What should you know about practicing proactive Information Governance and what are the most useful tools? 
    How to ascertain an appropriate data remediation plan to dispose of useless information to your business and regulatory bodies. 
    Should all data be saved and stored in the Big Data age?
    The impact of securing convictions after the ‘born-digital’ electronic files evolution 

    Insight from: ICC, Jackson Lewis LLP, Drinker Biddle and Reath LLP, kCura, Barclays and many more. 

  • Top Five Tips to Save Money on eDisclosureTop Five Tips to Save Money on eDisclosure

    With data volumes and sources increasing almost exponentially, controlling the increasing costs in eDiscovery is a real concern for all legal teams. In this article Andrew Haslam, expert in litigation support; strategy and implementation lays out his 5 top tips for reducing costs in eDisclosure.

  • Top Action Points For Dealing With The Data Explosion Top Action Points For Dealing With The Data Explosion
    What are your Information Governance weaknesses? Have you been able to balance the importance and impact of Information Governance with cost? What about embracing the legal Cloud? 

    The landscape of Information Governance and eDiscovery has changed. Technology is constantly evolving and as the demands of eDiscovery and compliance apply more pressure on systems, industry specialists need to understand the best practices for navigating in a maturing market where being able to leverage Big Data and utilising the benefits of the cloud could be the key to success.

    This infographic brings together key action points from industry professionals on the impact of new technology in information discovery. 
  • Dealing with Diverse Information Streams in eDiscoveryDealing with Diverse Information Streams in eDiscovery

    Information in an organisation is nowcoming from a range of sources and being stored in differing formats andlocations. Integrating these information streams into a companies processes isvital to prevent information requests becoming painful and protracted says MattWard, Ediscovery & Corporate Compliance Officer at Barclays InvestmentBank. In this interview, Matt discusses diverse information streams and storageheadaches such as cloud storage.

  • How can Predictive Coding Aid in the eDiscovery Process?How can Predictive Coding Aid in the eDiscovery Process?

    Technology is a driving trend in the eDiscovery field and predictive coding is one of the more promising areas, with teams now looking to see how its integration can help them in the eDiscovery process. We spoke with Susannah Hanton Group Legal Litigation Lawyer Lloyds Banking Group about how this integration can be best achieved.

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Featured Speakers

 Siegrun Heberle
Siegrun Heberle
Head of eDiscovery Technology Services
UBS AG
 Ralph Losey
Ralph Losey
eDiscovery Team Blog and National e-Discovery Counsel, Chair of the Electronic Discovery Practice Group
Jackson Lewis LLP
 Jason R. Baron Esq.
Jason R. Baron Esq.
Of Counsel
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
 Ray Fashola
Ray Fashola
Former Director of Records and Information Governance
Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP
 Anwar Mirza
Anwar Mirza
Financial Systems Director
TNT Express
 Christine Hasiotis
Christine Hasiotis
Executive Counsel and Director, GE Legal Support Solutions
GE
 Farrah Pepper
Farrah Pepper
Executive Counsel for Discovery
GE
 Steven Francis - Ebling
Steven Francis - Ebling
eDiscovery Director
UBS
 Damian Murphy
Damian Murphy
Global eDiscovery Counsel
UBS
 Kerry Phillip
Kerry Phillip
Legal Director, Vodafone Group Enterprise
Vodafone
 Brian Stewart
Brian Stewart
Director, eDiscovery
EY
 Tyrone Edward
Tyrone Edward
Director, Forensic Technology & Discovery Services
EY
 Alex Dunstan-Lee
Alex Dunstan-Lee
Managing Director, Legal Technology Solutions
Navigant
Richard Kessler
Head of Group Information Management & Discovery Services, IT Contracting and Shared Services Legal
UBS
 Kon Leong
Kon Leong
President, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder
ZL Technologies
 Bill Onwusah
Bill Onwusah
Litigation Support Manager
Hogan Lovells
 Marie-Claire O'Hara
Marie-Claire O'Hara
Senior Associate
Nabarro LLP
 Andreea Mohan
Andreea Mohan
Litigation Support Manager
Taylor Wessing LLP
Jude Dugan
Database Coordinator
International Criminal Court, The Hague
 Simon Manton
Simon Manton
Regional Director, EMEA
Iris Data Systems Limited
 Vince Neicho
Vince Neicho
Litigation Support Manager
Allen & Overy
 Alison North
Alison North
Board of Directors
ARMA International
 Nigel Murray
Nigel Murray
Consultant
Nigel Murray Consultancy
 His HonourJudge Michael Hopmeier
His HonourJudge Michael Hopmeier
Circuit Judge
Kingston-on-Thames Crown Court, England
 Honourable Elizabeth D. Laporte
Honourable Elizabeth D. Laporte
United States Chief Magistrate Judge
Northern District of California
 His HonourJudge David Harvey
His HonourJudge David Harvey
New Zealand District Court Judge
Auckland
 Peter Hurst
Peter Hurst
Former Senior Costs Judge
England & Wales
 Andy Ellis
Andy Ellis
Managing Partner
Practico
 Clive Freedman
Clive Freedman
Barrister
3 Verulam Buildings
 John Elliott
John Elliott
Head of Payment System Security
VISA Europe
 Keith Foggon
Keith Foggon
Director of Digital Forensics and Intelligence Laboratories
Competition and Markets Authority
Derek Simpson
Head of Forensics & e-Disclosure
BT Security
 Iain Bourne
Iain Bourne
Group Manager (Policy Delivery)
Information Commissioner's Office, UK
 Sean Pike
Sean Pike
Programme Director, Information Governance & eDiscovery Research
IDC

What others have to say

Brilliant format, excellent speakers, good variation on themes and good fun as well. Altogether a thoroughly informative experience and one I look forward to every year.Tom Spencer, Senior Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline
Delivered top bang for the buck, and more! Superb.N Agnihotri, Barrister, 12 College Place
The best conference in the London calendar and the place to go to know the cutting edge of the impact of technology on global enterprise.Mark Surguy, Partner, Eversheds
If this is your field, all the big players are there.Edward Drummond, Advocate, Bedell Cristin
Extremely valuable as my company is setting out on an joint Info Governance and e-discovery programme.Martin McElroy, Archive Manager, AMEC plc
I found this event valuable, even though not all of it was relevant to me or what I do on a daily basis, but the opportunity to discuss issues with other delegates and vendors that gives a different perspective if useful and thought provoking.Malkiat Thiarai , Head of Corporate Information Management, Birmingham City Council