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7th Annual

The first


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Information Governance

& eDisclosure Summit

Conference: 15th & 16th May 2012

Pre Conference Workshops: 14th May 2012

Millenium Gloucester, LONDON UK

2012 will be the most

significant year yet for

eDisclosure in the UK.

New requirements under Practice Direction

31B. Formal cost management in litigation.

The new EU Data Privacy Directive. New

streams of evidence through social media.

All of this coupled with unprecedented

economic pressures, data proliferation

and an ever increasing number of

regulatory investigations in a heightened

risk management environment.

Are you ready?

“...an informative, educational and highly

relevant event for lawyers, records

managers and IT experts.”

Conference Chair:

Tracey Stretton,

Kroll Ontrack

Featured Exhibitors:

Lead Sponsor:

Premier Associate Sponsors:

Associate Sponsors:

Featured Exhibitors:

Created by:

Europe’s largest eDisclosure event is back

featuring an all new speaker line-up including:

Professor Dominic Regan,

City University of London

Master Steven Whitaker,

Senior Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division,

The Royal Courts of Justice

Frank Maas, US Magistrate Judge,

District of New York

David Waxse, US Magistrate Judge,

District of Kansas

Judge Abeline Dorethea Reiling, Vice-President,

Amsterdam District Court

Patrick Oot, Co-Founder and GC,

Electronic Discovery Institute


Special Counsel, Electronic Discovery,

US Securities and Exchange Commission

David C. Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel

Federal Trade Commission

Vivienne Artz, Managing Director and Head of International,

IP and O&T Law Group,


Matteo Grassani, Head of Legal,

BG Power Italia

Melissa Lea, Head of Global Compliance,


Ian Leedham, Senior Counsel, Commercial and Dispute Resolution,

National Grid

Edward Walker, Senior Corporate Counsel,

Wolseley Group Services

Philipp Raether, General Counsel,


Frank Hultschig, Director of Information Records Management,


Christopher Harris, Vice President,

Head of International Records Management,

BNY Mellon

Richard Tapp, Company Secretary and Director of Legal Services,

Carillion PLC

Pavel Klimov, General Counsel, UK EMEA,


Chris Dale

The eDisclosure Information Project

Rowena Ellison, Senior Counsel Global Compliance,


Dear Colleague:

As I’m sure you are aware, the eDisclosure landscape is changing significantly. From requirements under

Practice Direction 31B to formal cost management in litigation as well as the new EU Data Privacy Directive and new streams

of evidence through social media. All of this coupled with unprecedented economic pressures, data proliferation and an ever

increasing number of regulatory investigations in a heightened risk management environment.

The time has come for all legal departments to ensure they have an airtight information governance and eDisclosure strategy

in place that protects their organisation’s immediate and future legal, regulatory and operational requirements.

IQPC’s 7th Annual Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit is back and better than ever! Taking place in London from

14th – 16th May, this year’s forum will give you the latest updates on what your eDisclosure obligations are, and how you can meet

them cost effectively.

The conference includes over 35 international speakers

including judges, regulators and top-level industry experts

that will give you the information that you need to:

Formulate effective information governance strategies

that manage multijurisdictional information demands

Minimise your company’s exposure

to regulatory and judicial penalties

Reconcile litigation and regulation requests with data privacy obligations

Use the latest project and cost management techniques

to hold eDisclosure to standards of cost-efficiency

like any critical business process

Leverage technology

to gain control of the eDisclosure process

Identify the practical implications of US and European regulatory enforcement activities

Deal with increased judicial management

and the

role of technology in the dispute resolution process

Improve information management eDisclosure

to support your organisation’s immediate and future regulatory,

legal, risk and operational requirements

Please take the time to review the next few pages to find out how you can benchmark your current records management and

eDisclosure practices against the world’s most progressive companies and prepare for the challenges ahead. A reminder to check

the event website www.informationretention.co.uk regularly for speaker programme updates!

We look forward to seeing you again this May.


Leslie Allen

Conference Director. Information Governance & eDisclosure Summit

“It is not sufficient for a lawyer to not know about the technology that they use in eDiscovery.

There are also many people that say lawyers have to know the technology intimately like the

distinction between server-based systems and cloud-based systems. You have to know how

social media operates, the technical issues associated with it and since the answer to the issues

(procedurally and substantively) depend on it, lawyers can’t avoid it.”

The Honorable Paul W. Grimm, Chief US Magistrate Judge, District of Maryland

Information Governance

& eDisclosure Summit



Where the world’s most innovative minds in eDiscovery meet to do business...



Bigger and better than ever!

The Exhibition Hall at our 2012 Information Governance & eDisclosure Summit will welcome over 300 visitors this year! Our sponsors and exhibitors offer cutting edge solutions and the latest in legal technology products to improve your information governance and eDisclosure preparedness. Throughout the entire two day Summit there will be private One on One Meetings* taking place - our sponsors and exhibitors are free to meet at the times that work best for you!

Take advantage of this time to meet with those who have the most cutting edge industry knowledge. Choose to schedule private one on one time with the experts that

have the business intelligence you need to drive dramatic improvements in corporate performance. It can mean the difference between success and failure in your next big project!

Plus! Don’t miss our keynote presentations taking place in the exhibition hall mainstage featuring industry experts ranging from key eDiscovery technology experts to Q&As with

our international panel of judges and regulators. The mainstage is located at the heart of the exhibition, and is absolutely free for all attendees. Take advantage of this opportunity to get your questions answered and get ahead of the learning curve!




Exhibition Hall Opens Exhibition Hall Opens

08.00 -10.00

One on One Meetings One on One Meetings


Option 1

Nuix Demo Drive

Nuix Visual Analytics extends Nuix’s already powerful investigative review and analysis capabilities with a fully-interactive data visualization and workflow framework.

Transperfect Demo Drive

For over 16 years, TransPerfect Legal Solutions (TLS) has provided end-to-end litigation support to the world’s top legal professionals.

They are committed to meeting each client’s need for an efficient, cost-effective e-discovery plan by leveraging our knowledge of their operations, preferences, and requirements to create tailored business solutions. From data collection to document production, visit the TLS exhibition stand for a quick fire demo on

• Data Acquisition and Forensics • ESI Processing

• Early Case Assessment


Option 2

Feature presentation on our Innovation Stage: Special Q&A with Patrick Oot, Co-Founder and GC, Electronic Discovery Institute, Special Counsel, Electronic Discovery, US Securities and Exchange Commission†

Do you know your organization’s obligations after a cyber-incident? This informative presentation will provide insight from Patrick Oot on existing and proposed legislation regarding data breach notification. Mr. Oot will also include a brief discussion of financial disclosure requirements faced by registrants who experience data breaches and other cyber attacks.

The Securities and Exchange Commission disclaims responsibility for any private publication or statement of any SEC

employee or Commissioner. Statements made express the author’s views and do not necessarily reflect those of the Commission, the Commissioners, or members of the staff.”

Feature presentation on our Innovation Stage: Mock Court Assessment. 4th Year running!

For the fifth year running, Chris Dale will host this always popular and entertaining session. This Mock Court Assessment is inspired by eDisclosure events of the preceding 12 months and its cast is drawn from US and UK judges, whose asides last year included “How did my agent let me in for this?” What better way to be informed of the latest developments than to see judges and others in an informal setting expressing what they expect from lawyers with this light hearted but heavy-hitting session.

Master Steven Whitaker, Senior Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division, The Royal Courts of Justice

Frank Maas, US Magistrate Judge, District of New York

Judge Abeline Dorethea Reiling, Vice-President, Amsterdam District Court

David Waxse, US Magistrate Judge, District of Kansas

Session moderated by: Chris Dale, The eDisclosure Information Project


One on One Meetings One on One Meetings


Option 1

kCura Demo Drives

Get a snapshot insight into Relativity - the review workhorse for law firms, corporations, government agencies, and service providers. As a feature-rich review platform, Relativity provides image and native file review, diverse coding options, flexible workflow capabilities, integrated productions, foreign language support, text analytics, and visual data analysis.

Lateral Data Demo Drive

Come see how a single software tool, Viewpoint, can effectively manage all phases in the e-Disclosure process—including predictive coding—for one, fixed, predictable price.


Option 2

Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage


Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage

KPMG’s eDiscovery Services can assist clients in reducing the time, expense and risks associated with the e-discovery process. Their missions is to help clients leverage the appropriate people, processes and technology to defensibly and efficiently manage all phases of the electronic discovery reference model (EDRM). Spend 30 short minutes finding out how this could effect you, today.

14.00 -16.10

One on One Meetings One on One Meetings


Option 1

Demo Drive Demo Drive


Option 2

Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage: Special Q&A with Dominic Regan

from City University of London

2012 sees the start of enormous reform to the civil litigation process in England and Wales. In this Q&A format session with Dominic will provide attendees with the opportunity to understand how things will be different and what types of opportunities these reforms will create for those involved in the disclosure and documents field.

Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage


Feature Presentation on our Innovation Stage Exhibition Hall Closes


8.30 – 11.00



Responding to a Regulatory Investigation

in multiple jurisdictions: Developing and

implementing a successful response strategy

Using a hypothetical case study, this workshop will talk participants through the essential legal and technical steps during a regulatory investigation. Points of discussion will include:

Securing Evidence

• Maintaining privilege and protecting against disclosure

• “Preservation” vs “data collection”

• Identifying potential issues relating to data privacy, access to information and cultural differences

• Incentivising cooperation from key employee witnesses

• New sources of evidence - instant messaging, SMS (text messages), social media

• Implications of dealing with parallel criminal and civil investigations

• Planning and implementing workflow and technical measures to deal with these challenges

Review and analysis

• Effective strategies for locating evidence in custodian data

• Controlling the cost of a document review exercise

• Using a staged approach to the investigation

• The role of technology

• Impact of multiple languages on the process

• Use of economic analysis

Reporting and disclosure

• The leniency decision - self reporting to regulators and prosecutors?

• Co-ordinating competing legal priorities across jurisdictions

• Internal updates and final reporting – to whom and when?

• Ensuring the defensibility of the review processes employed

• Preparing for defence of follow on actions

• Criminal aspects and individual representation

Drew Macaulay, Director, First Advantage Litigation Consulting

Andrew Hockley, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner

Jérôme Torres Lozano, Director, First Advantage Litigation Consulting


When Volumes Get Large:

How to Keep Control of your eDisclosure

As the volumes of electronic documents that are generated by today’s multinational corporations continue to expand on a seemingly exponential basis, the solutions that need to be employed during a litigation, regulatory enquiry or internal investigation to preserve and review these growing document populations must also develop and advance. Whilst the traditional e-mail archives and word processed documents remain at the core of these matters, their numbers are continually expanding. New data sources are also coming to the fore, such as SharePoint sites, SAP and Oracle databases, finance systems and cloud based applications; each of which bring their own challenges with large data volumes. During the course of this workshop delegates will explore with our panel of experts the current best practices and strategic approaches during collection, processing, searching and review to ensure that the eDisclosure process can be completed in defensible, efficient and cost effective manner.

Key topics that will be covered during the workshop include:

• Making defensible scope decisions

• Handling database systems and bespoke applications

• Analytical methodologies to target relevant documents

• Effective document review strategies

Craig Earnshaw, FTI Technology

Nick Athanasi, FTI Technology

[External panel members to be confirmed]

11.15 – 13.45



Internal audits and the investigation

of corporate wrongdoing: What can

companies do internally?

The European Commission has recently released guidance to help companies stay out of trouble and ensure compliance with EU competition rules. Monitoring and auditing are recommended by the EC as effective tools to prevent and detect anti -competitive behaviour inside the company. Early detection allows companies to benefit from the EC’s leniency programme. In this interactive and practical workshop the focus will be on how advanced technology can be used to enhance internal audits and investigate potential infringements and best practices. A thought provoking case study will be used as a framework for sharing the insights of a panel of experts and for participant discussion.

Key topics covered will include:

• Implementing robust compliance programmes and internal audit plans

• Carrying out internal audits to ensure compliance and detect anti-competitive behaviour

• How advanced technology tools can enhance audit processes and uncover wrongdoing

• Budgeting and controlling the costs of internal audits

• Optimising internal resources and knowing when to call on external expertise and technology

• Internal audit best practices to establish effective internal controls

• What happens when a proactive audit turns into an investigation

• Forensic techniques and tools for in-depth investigations

• Handling new challenges in the evidence trail - iPads, the Cloud, social networking

• Responding to regulatory requests and preparation of leniency applications

Jason Yalen, European Customer Relationship Manager, Kroll Ontrack

Tony Dearsley, Manager of Computer Forensics, Kroll Ontrack

Patrick Bock, Associate, Cleary Gottlieb


When U.S. Courts are Knocking at the Door:

Practical Steps for Managing the Tension

between U.S. Discovery Obligations and

Cross-Border Privacy Laws and Regulations

U.S. Courts are demonstrating increasingly less tolerance for discovery issues relating to the production of documents that are protected by foreign privacy law. This session will address different ways of managing that tension.

Explanation of the tension between U.S. Courts and foreign privacy laws

How to raise the issue of discoverable documents residing outside of the United States with U.S. courts.

• Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 26 Early Disclosures

• Early case management conference strategy

• Procedural Motion Practice

• Alternative sources of additional information

• Accelerating of the review and production of documents residing outside of the U.S or in cloud.

• Negotiation with foreign privacy commissions and agencies

Mark Yacano, Executive Vice President, Hudson Legal



14.00 – 16.30



Designing an information governance


• Defining an information governance structure and associated roles and responsibilities

- Working with multiple stakeholders, policies, IT systems and processes

• Creating an information governance culture: what’s required?

• Drafting a statement of principles, setting policies and standards

• Conducting an annual strategy review

• Assessing the governing rules, regulations and compliance factors not only with regards to potential disclosure, but also length of retention and data privacy issues

• Managing governance policies and processes across multiple jurisdictions

Sanjay Bhandari, Partner,

Forensic Technology and EDisclosure Services,

Ernst & Young


Improving document collection and review:

Improving the defensibility of your eDisclosure


Getting back to basics: Building a better eDisclosure strategy from the ground up

• EDisclosure in litigation: Knowing your obligations and optimising the eDisclosure and disclosure process

• Defusing risk, reducing cost and gaining control

• Improving the efficiency and accuracy of global eDisclosure search, review and production

• Managing the logistics of global eDisclosure

• How to develop the policies and systems required to ensure compliant safeguards during any cross–border dispute or investigation

Session will be led by an eDiscovery technology expert! Check for updates at

www.informationretention.co.uk for further details or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk

for information on how your company can sponsor this session.

16.45 – 19.15



Pricing, process and technology: Budgeting

for eDisclosure

• eDisclosure models that are focussed on cost control

• Predicting costs more accurately: making eDisclosure a standardised business process

• Choosing the right budgeting model for your business – depending on the matters your company faces

• The latest budgeting models that increase control, enhance transparency and reduce risk

William W. Belt, Jr. Attorney at Law LECLAIRRYAN


Information Management Innovation workshop:

Top 10 tips all in-house lawyers need to know

UK case-law indicates that legal departments need to have an ‘effective and efficient’ information management system in place to deal with the disclosure process in litigation or regulation – but what should that look like? The session will focus on real life examples of KPMG working with in-house legal teams to develop a consistent, defensible and cost-effective approach to e-disclosure and regulatory response. Even if you do not want to completely overhaul your organisation’s approach to information governance, KPMG will share the Top 10 tips to avoid common pitfalls, and advise how best to ensure the solution is right for your organisation.

• Developing in-house protocols for data preservation and collection;

• Creating efficient and defensible processes;

• Useful documentation to have on the stocks;

• Current technology trends – e.g. automated review, statistical sampling, structured databases, voice data and instant messaging.

Alex Dunstan–Lee, Director Forensic Technology,



“Always valuable-we all need this review and renewal on risk.”

Anadarko Petroleum






Breakfast Briefing


Chairman’s Welcome & Introduction

Tracey Stretton, Legal Consultant, Kroll Ontrack


Keynote Regulatory Panel:

Regulatory expectations - Update on US and

European regulatory investigations and prosecutions

The three year trend for tougher regulation and more active enforcement has continued, with an emerging focus on the adequacy of compliance systems. This unique panel brings together regulators from various jurisdictions for a discussion on the current regulatory climate and what is expected of business. The panel will comment on:

• The current regulatory climate and emerging regulatory risks

• Areas of increased regulatory activity: corrupt practices, collusion with competitors and other compliance failures

• Extra-territoriality and active co-operation across borders

• Assessing the adequacy of procedures designed to detect non-compliance

• The impact of technology: proactive detection and powerful tools for investigators

• New investigative techniques, recent cases and the latest enforcement trends

• What regulators expect with respect to electronic information management and disclosure in an enforcement context

Jean-Bernard Schmid, Deputy Prosecutor General, Investigating Magistrate, Geneva

John Davies, Head of Competition Division, OECD

Anthony Wilson, Legal Adviser to the International Assistance Unit, Serious Fraud Office

Moderated by: Tommy Helsby, Chairman, Kroll


Responding to the regulators: Managing regulatory risk

• Regulatory exposure in the current business climate: what is business really concerned about?

• Compliance: regulatory police or quality control?

• Assessing regulatory vulnerability: how do you determine the business critical risks?

• Building an effective compliance culture and programme globally

• Procedures for ensuring that businesses practices are compliant

• Forward-planning: the resources and relationships that need to be in place before a problem emerges

• Is your electronic information under control, can you monitor it, assess it rapidly and produce it when required

Richard Tapp, Company Secretary and Director of Legal Services, Carillion PLC

Rowena Ellison, Senior Counsel Global Compliance,

Procter & Gamble

Moderated by: Tommy Helsby, Chairman, Kroll


Networking Break


Conducting internal and regulatory investigations in

a corporate enterprise information environment: going

beyond email and documents to get to the critical

evidence found in financial systems, HR systems and

other databases

eDisclosure in internal and regulatory investigations has typically focused upon email, IMs and documents. While these media may reveal the communications flow surrounding the events, the direct evidence of the activities or transactions of those events are instead likely to be contained in what is known as “structured data”: the Accounting, Financial, HR, CRM, ECM database systems. Identifying, preserving, analyzing and reviewing this structured data is typically quite difficult. Databases are designed to be readable by computers, not people. Simply running reports from those structured systems may not be enough, as the data may be in many different, unconnected systems designed only for operational, not investigative, use. Unless you can accept leaving these critical stones unturned in your investigation, you need a better way.

Navigant have brought together a panel of in-house and outside experts to discuss how to get results you need from structured data in investigations, including:

• Locating, accessing and locking down potentially relevant data to make sure it is not lost

• Analyzing and visualizing the results in a way that you can understand the evidence and present it to the investigators

• How to utilize your internal IT resources and outside consultants to get the best results, quickly

• Putting everything together into a single process that combines the structured data and the communications media so that you can create a complete picture of the matter

Jim Vint, Managing Director, Navigant


Getting started on the information governance journey:

Developing a legally-led information governance


• How do you get started in the journey to information governance?

• How can companies formulate effective information governance strategies with so many varying laws and regulations from jurisdiction to jurisdiction?

• Corporate law departments have evolved: how can you play a more strategic role in determining information management strategies and processes?

• Why legal must be the catalyst for information governance throughout the organisation

• Setting up an internal corporate team to enhance data accessibility and reduce redundancy and inconsistencies

Sanjay Bhandari, Partner, Forensic Technology and EDisclosure Services, Ernst & Young


Sharing the Burden: The Benefits of Multi-Party

eDisclosure Databases

With claimants, defendants and the judiciary continually seeking effective ways to simplify and reduce the overall cost of litigation, the document disclosure process is a good place to start.

The efficiency gains that can be achieved, and the cost savings generated, by having multiple parties utilising a shared document review environment can be significant. The legal and technical

experts on this panel will explore many facets of the concept of multi-party document databases, including:

• What is a multi-party database, and when is it appropriate to use one

• The importance of security

• Dispelling concerns

• Practical examples of matters that have benefited from shared databases

• Cost savings and efficiency gains

Nick Childs, FTI Technology

Nick Athanasi, FTI Technology


Networking Lunch


Featured Guest Speaker:

Professor Dominic Regan,

City University of London

2012: The most significant year in the history

of eDisclosure?

“The best talk I have ever heard”

“Awesome intellect coupled with tremendous wit”

“The leading expert in the field of civil procedure and adviser to the top judiciary on law reform”

Dominic Regan is a solicitor, writer, broadcaster and a Professor at City University, London. He is a widely sought-after speaker on all aspects of civil litigation, with specific expertise on costs. As an adviser to Lord Justice Jackson and official observer of the Birmingham costs management pilot, Dominic is “better placed than almost anyone to tell us what is happening in the wider UK litigation world and what we can expect” writes Chris Dale, who will be facilitating Professor Regan’s talk. This engaging, dynamic and informative session will provide up to the minute insight on the review of the proposed reforms and the prospects of their implementation.

“A well organised event

which provides excellent

networking opportunities

and covers some very

topical issues.”



Chairperson’s Best Practices Conclusions from

Stream Sessions and Closing Remarks


Cocktail Reception hosted by Ernst & Young


Cocktail Reception ends





and Chair:



14.40 -


The emergence of the knowledge

worker: The changing workforce in

eDiscovery review and production

This session addresses the impact of technology, the reduction of time for production of potentially discoverable documents and, on the necessary changes to the eDiscovery workforce caused by those changes.

• The increasingly important role of Attorney/Project Managers in nimble, effective and cost sensitive managing of document reviews

• Certification and training of Attorney/Project Managers and high level contract t review candidates

• The proper ways to bring technology optimized review solutions to increase the quality of document review and to expedite the time frame for compliance.

• The reduction in the size of document review teams.

• This emphasis on both discovery compliance and factual development of the case

• The elevated role of outside counsel in the document review and production process

• The impact of Generation Y on the face of document review

Mark Yacano, Executive Vice President,

Hudson Legal

Outsourcing Sandwich Records

Management: Redesigning the

records management support

model at Pfizer

• Outsourcing a successful records management operation to support the company with a more flexible cost basis

• Partnering with outsource partners to enable them to continue with the provision of a high quality customer service at lower cost without sacrificing compliance

• Developing clearly defined quality systems processes to manage the records inventory and vendor relationship

• Improving planning efficiencies to enable maximum knowledge transfer

• Effective stakeholder management: Understanding the impact of outsourcing on stakeholders and building trust

Frank AF Hultschig, Director, Enterprise Records and Information Management, Corporate Legal, Pfizer

Legal spend management and

achieving enhanced efficiencies

• Effective partnership with law firms and other service providers

• Selecting the best, innovative solutions providers to implement most efficient solutions

• Use of data and metrics to measure performance and establish goals

• Enhanced knowledge management to leverage best practices across multiple matters, transactions and Geography

Andrew Goodman, Executive Director of Litigation Services, Quislex

15.25 -


Managing eDiscovery as a core

business process: How law

departments are driving proactive

corporate change

• Reviewing the proactive ways that legal can impact the entire organisation as a strategic resource and better manage eDiscovery as a core business process

• Setting up an internal corporate eDiscovery team to enhance data accessibility and reduce redundancy and inconsistencies

• Assessing, planning and implementing an in-house eDiscovery team:

- Planning and budgeting for this new organisational unit

- The ‘organisational chart’ for your new interdepartmental team

- Identifying the specific functions to be performed by an in-house e-Discovery team

Matteo Grassani, Head of Legal,

BG Italia Power SPA

Choosing the right Records

Management outsourcing approach:

Why it’s not just about Facilities,

Procedures and Security

• Total records management: storing your paper, electronic documents, backup tapes, film, slides, tissue samples etc. in one place

• Technology as an enabler: end to end tracking, lifecycle management and a single point of access to your records regardless or location or medium

• Using technology to automatically classify and capture records for use in e-Discovery

• Closing the loop by creating a paperless boundary around your organisation: the Digital Mailroom

Spencer Wyer, Chief Technology Officer,

EDM Group

Reconciling litigation and regulatory

requests with data privacy


• EU Data protection laws: Where are we now? Where are we heading?

• Pretrial eDisclosure for cross border litigation: addressing issues surrounding data processing and transfers

• Regulatory and governmental investigations and requests for data: can these be compliant?

• Common cross border scenarios and key “dos and don’ts” for managing data privacy compliance

• Approaching an investigation in the absence of harmonised data protection laws

- Handling data collection, processing and transfer defensibly

Vivienne Artz, Managing Director and Head of International, IP and O&T Law Group, Citigroup


Networking Break

16.40 -


Information Governance for Lawyers:

Is digital overload now the greatest

risk management challenge facing

in-house legal departments?

• Developing a more collaborative relationship with IT

• What governance processes are needed to manage multijurisdictional information demands?

• Data protection: The thorn in the side of information management

• Are regulators paying attention? What’s on the horizon with respect to regulation and enforcement of corporate information governance

Pavel Klimov, General Counsel, UK EMEA, Unisys

Patrick Wilkins, Editor, EuropeanGC.com

Identifying and overcoming the

most common issues with managing

cross-border, cross-business lines


• Creating a global records management function that minimises risk and maximises compliance

• Designing an effective global records management programme

• Identifying and addressing region-specific work cultures, constraints and priorities

• Staffing a global records management team in the current economic situation

Kian Peng Ong,

Head of Records Management, Group Management Office, HSBC

How to Form an Information

Governance Committee

One of the biggest challenges corporations face is getting an information governance committee started within an organization. Many recognize the value, but don’t know where to start. It can be extremely difficult to ensure that all of the necessary parties are at the table. An even greater challenge is often presented when attempting to gain buy-in from other departments - particularly in larger, siloed organizations. RSD has identified as crucial to the process of forming an IG committee, through the following fundamental steps:

1. Align with the corporate agenda 2. Document and communicate 3. Define your scope and timelines

4. Include all stakeholders early in the process Bassam Zarkout, Chief Technical Officer, RSD





Breakfast Briefing


Chairman’s Welcome & Day One Recap

Tracey Stretton, Legal Consultant, Kroll Ontrack


Keynote Judges’ Panel:

Judicial Expectations: Where is edisclosure going?

• Key developments in the last 12 months

• Update on the new practice direction on cost management

• What does increased judicial management mean in practice?

• Dealing with the challenges and opportunities presented by technology

• What is on the horizon with respect to the development of procedural disclosure / discovery rules?

Master Steven Whitaker, Senior Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division, The Royal Courts of Justice

Frank Maas, US Magistrate Judge, District of New York

David Waxse, US Magistrate Judge, District of Kansas

Judge Abeline Dorethea Reiling, Vice-President,

Amsterdam District Court

Additional panellists to be confirmed

Judges Roundtable moderated by Kroll Ontrack


The Next Generation of Document Review – What,

Why and How?

This session will explore the evolution of document review technology in disclosure and emerging Intelligent Review Technologies (IRT) like prioritization technology and predictive coding. As these technologies have become more commonplace, panelists will share and discuss best practice for their use.

• Benefits and pitfalls

• Impact on cost and quality

• View from the bench

• Examples of IRT in practice

• Techniques for the defensible use of innovative technologies

Robert Jones, Legal Consultant, Kroll Ontrack

Master Steven Whitaker, Senior Master of the Senior Courts in the Queen’s Bench Division, The Royal Courts of Justice

Ed Sautter, Partner, Mayer Brown

Mark Molyneux, Partner, Addleshaw Goddard

Moderated by: Andrew Szczech, Manager, Electronic Disclosure Consultancy, Kroll Ontrack


Networking Break


Making computer-assisted review an integral part

of eDisclosure

As volumes of electronic data become larger and more complex, legal teams must be aware of technologies and workflows that allow them to quickly and effectively meet review obligations and determine the facts of a matter. During this session, a panel of experts will discuss:

• What computer-assisted review is, and how it is becoming the new paradigm for document review

• Best practices for implementing an effective computer-assisted review system

• How statistical sampling can help ensure effective and defensible results

• When it makes sense to use computer-assisted review versus more traditional review methods

• How law firms and in-house counsel are using computer-assisted review to save time and costs

Jay Leib, Chief Strategy Officer, kCura


The Convergence of eDiscovery and Information


For inside counsel looking to advance an information governance agenda and identify risks across their enterprise, fixing small pain points first will help them build the trust of key decision makers. Join leaders in the industry for a thought-provoking discussion about the convergence of eDisclosure and information governance looking at the past, present and future. Compared to eDisclosure, information governance as a discipline is in its infancy. Yet many of the skills and techniques eDisclosure practitioners have developed over the past decade can also be applied to information governance. Organizations can apply the lessons learned from eDisclosure to accelerate their path towards a sophisticated information governance framework. With so much unstructured information in electronic storage containers such as email, SharePoint, file shares, social media, cloud applications and more, all in their own proprietary formats, it’s obvious that the risks of not knowing what’s going on in your organization is growing every day. The need to proactively identify risks across your organization including inappropriate behaviour, security and fraud concerns, as well as breaches around regulatory and policy compliance has never been more critical.

Topics to be discussed:

• How will eDisclosure practice change to increase focus on Information Governance between now and 2015?

• How will the judiciary’s expectations change?

• What will clients expect from their in-house counsel, law firms and litigation support partners?

• What role does technology play in advancing Information Governance?

• How can future spend be reduced by a reallocation of in-house and external resources?

• How can legal professionals lead their clients and colleagues to the best outcomes?

Roger Johnston, VP Business Development, Nuix


Vendor procurement and management: Finding the right

mix of technologies, services and providers

One of the most critical phases in developing a formal eDisclosure strategy is vendor procurement and management. Having internal subject matter experts work together with your procurement team can provide an objective and truly strategic approach to sourcing. With eDisclosure now the largest investment a legal department will make, executives must actively manage the vendors chosen and work performed to ensure they receive commensurate value for their investment. However, because pricing models all vary in structure and many discovery processes are not transparent, it is extremely difficult to make procurement decisions in confidence.

• Conducting an ‘eDiscovery audit’

• When to consolidate

• Understanding – and overcoming – the risks associated with outsourcing your records management

• Identifying what eDiscovery tools (and spend) will meet your legal and infrastructure demands

• Interviewing vendors: knowing what questions to ask

• Creating an RFP to interview and short-list vendors

• Develop a standardized pricing model and performance metrics against which to measure vendors


Christopher Harris, Head of Records Management, BNY Mellon


Networking Lunch


Preparing for new data sources: How social media

is redefining eDisclosure

• Discovery of social media: understanding the implications of todays most prevalent source of date

• Understanding what types of social media you should be paying attention to

• Preparing for social media:

• Developing the airtight social media policy

• Implementing the technology: archiving, preserving, collecting and reviewing social media data

• Data privacy concerns

• Understanding the appropriateness of investigative access

David C. Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel,

Federal Trade Commission

Patrick Oot, Co-Founder and GC, Electronic Discovery Institute, Special Counsel, Electronic Discovery,

US Securities and Exchange Commission†

Chris Dale, The eDisclosure Information Project


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and Chair:


14.40 -


Emerging technologies and trends

to meet tomorrow’s demands:

Technologies you can use now

that will improve the efficiency

and accuracy of global eDisclosure

search, review and production

• Leveraging technology to gain control of the eDisclosure process

• Improving legal review: Predictive Coding, Statistical Sampling and more

• Streamlining document review: the latest methodologies and techniques

• Understanding the collaboration of counsel into the process

• How to create a defensible process

Session will be led by an eDiscovery expert! Check for updates at www.informationretention.co.uk for further details or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk for information on how your company can lead this session.

Multilingual document discovery:

Workflow management strategies

that increase efficiency, mitigate risk

and minimise cost

• Summary of the workflow of a discovery/disclosure project

• Impact of documents in multiple languages on this workflow:

- Reliability of searching

- Translation costs and delay

- Availability of appropriate review resources

• Mitigating risk and controlling costs

- Getting started – identifying which languages are present, and to what extent

- Employing technical solutions to solve specific issues and reduce unnecessary expenditure

- Use of alternative review and translation resources to control costs and increase efficiency

Drew Macaulay, Director,

First Advantage Litigation Consulting

Employee Data Protection:

Implementation of a data leakage

prevention programme in a global


• Several data protection and labor law requirements to be complied with

• Depending on the jurisdiction, the following measures may become necessary:

• Employee information / consents

• Works Council information / approvals

• Data Protection Authorities’ notification / approval

• Special issues in Germany, France and Luxembourg regarding personal emails

• Data protection friendly review of “suspicious” emails

• In-country review of emails

Philipp Raether,

Director-Corporate Counsel,


15.25 -


Scaling Mount Data: Tools to Speed

up eDisclosure

• Predictive Coding: How can you make a computer “think” like a person?

• Filtering and Clustering: How can you use a computer’s analysis to refine and speed up the human review?

• Do you need a law degree to find privileged documents? Could a computer (without a law degree) do it better?

Seth Berman,

Executive Managing Director,

Stroz Friedberg LLC

eData: How to avoid boiling the

ocean and other short stories from

a FTSE100 company attempting to

grapple with e-data governance

• Where it all began: lessons learned from records retention

• Time at sea: How do we deal with this massive subject?

• Building a business case for email archiving and management

• eDiscovery: Making progress without the need for a burning platform

Edward Walker,

Senior Corporate Counsel,

Wolseley Group

Practical Steps to Conducting

eDisclosure in the Cloud

• Cloud based solutions: what processes are companies moving to the cloud?

• Using the cloud to enforce enterprise-wide information governance

• Assessing whether cloud computing is the right model for your business: what are the benefits and cost savings?

• What are the implications for privacy and data protection? What other risks should I consider?

Harald Collet, Global Head of

Bloomberg Vault


Networking Break

16.40 -


Creating a global records

management function that minimises

risk and maximises compliance

• Identifying and overcoming the most common issues with managing cross-border, cross-business lines records

• Designing an effective global records management programme

- Who owns the policy, process and technology?

- How to achieve a balanced yet inclusive implementation?

- Is it possible to have one global records retention framework across multiple countries?

• Identifying and addressing region-specific work cultures, constraints and priorities

• Staffing a global records management team in the current economic situation

Ian Leedham, Senior Counsel - Commercial & Dispute Resolution,

National Grid

Anticipating and responding to

common data protection issues

that can arise during an investigation

• Handling data collection and assessments quickly and defensibly

• Conducting an end to end investigation while ensuring a defensible process in compliance with country-specific data privacy requirements

• Maintaining control over your most sensitive data with the assurance that a defensible process is in place and in compliance with data privacy requirements

• Collecting, processing, and reviewing data on location vs. offsite: key privacy considerations

Melissa Lea,

Head of Global Compliance, SAP

Where is the data? Facilitating

internal compliance reviews during


• Knowing your data collection options

• Using early case assessment tools to review and analyse data quickly

• Identifying your technology options: what solutions exist that will satisfy varying laws across multiple jurisdictions?

• Overcoming the challenges of extracting data from different operating systems and devices

• On-site vs. off-site, in-house vs. outsourced: weighing your options

Dietmar Mauersberger, Director IT Audit,

Siemens AG


Chairman’s executive summary and closing remarks


Conference adjourns




First Advantage Litigation Consulting


First Advantage Litigation Consulting provides end-to-end litigation and investigative services to corporations, law

firms and regulatory agencies.

Computer Forensics: First Advantage has computer forensics experts and consultants worldwide. All methodologies

are court-tested and legally defensible.

eDisclosure: First Advantage works with clients to identify relevant data and employs cost-effective solutions to

preserve, collect, analyse, process, search and review business records, in any language and in any jurisdiction.

International Presence: First Advantage operates facilities in Europe, Asia, and North America, and provides

cust-omised local solutions when sensitive data cannot leave its point of origin.

FTI Technology www.fti-technology.com

FTI Technology provides software, services and consulting that empower corporations and their law firms to secure

the best possible results for legal or regulatory matters-without disrupting their core business. Our comprehensive

portfolio of software and services, and expertise give you unprecedented flexibility to prepare for and address key

legal challenges worldwide.

Hudson Legal www.us.hudson.com/legal

Hudson Legal is a global full-service discovery firm offering end-to-end e-discovery solutions and managed review

services tailored to meet the needs of each case. Specializing in complete discovery process management, Hudson

Legal brings their clients a combination of expert process design, technology, qualified teams of review attorneys

and workspace logistics. This approach helps to ensures the highest quality results are delivered efficiently,

accurate-ly and affordabaccurate-ly with a practical perspective. More information is available at http://us.hudson.com/Legal or follow

@HudsonLegal on Twitter.

Nuix www.nuix.com

Nuix is a worldwide provider of information management technologies, including eDisclosure, electronic investigation

and information governance software. Nuix solutions scale to meet the needs of the smallest or largest

organizations, making it faster and easier to undertake investigations and data management activities, no matter

the size or complexity of the data sets. Nuix customers include the world’s leading advisory firms, litigation support

providers, enterprises, government departments, law enforcement agencies, as well as all of the world’s major

cor-porate regulatory bodies. For more information, see http://www.nuix.com/. Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/nuix.

Navigant (NYSE: NCI) www.navigant.com

Navigant (NYSE: NCI) is a specialized, global expert services firm dedicated to assisting clients in creating and

protecting value in the face of critical business risks and opportunities. Through senior level engagement with clients,

Navigant professionals combine technical expertise in Disputes and Investigations, Economics, Financial Advisory and

Management Consulting, with business pragmatism in the highly regulated Construction, Energy, Financial Services

and Healthcare industries to support clients in addressing their most critical business needs.

More information about Navigant Consulting can be found at www.navigant.com.



Kroll Ontrack www.krollontrack.co.uk

Kroll Ontrack provides paper and electronic disclosure, computer forensics and courtroom services to help clients, search, analyse, produce and present data efficiently

and cost-effectively. For information management through to presentation at trial, we can partner with you at any stage or manage the entire disclosure process for

you offering comprehensive, end-to-end technologies and consulting services for projects both big and small. Our advanced technologies and experienced consultants

deliver measurable efficiencies to help reduce your litigation spend when managing data for your dispute, incident or litigation. Kroll Ontrack has been recognised as

the most used electronic disclosure provider by Amlaw Tech (2002 – 2009) and has received numerous awards for its proprietary online review tool, Ontrack Inview™.

Our London office serves as our European head office and offers the full suite of services as per our US headquarters. The team in London is well versed with

international processing requirements and is a strong leader in the emerging European discovery market. Our facility has a data centre with more than 750 terabytes

of storage capacity to serve both our national and international clients.

• Electronic & Paper Disclosure • Computer Forensics • Courtroom Services • ESI Consulting

Kroll Ontrack is the technology services division of Kroll Inc., the global risk consultancy company.

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Ernst & Young www.ey.com/uk

Ernst & Young is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. Our more than 1,000 fraud investigation and dispute professionals around the world bring the analytical and technical skills needed to quickly and effectively conduct financial investigations, quantify economic damages, and gather and analyse electronic evidence. Our global network of over 200 forensic technology professionals and our strategically located data centres provide flexible and innovative solutions focused on our clients’ needs. Together with comprehensive project management, advisory services and in-depth forensic investigative and technical experience, we are focused on finding the right tool for the right job. And because we understand that, to achieve your potential, you need a tailored service as much as consistent methodologies, we work to give you the benefit of our broad sector experience, our deep subject matter knowledge and the latest insights from our work worldwide. It’s how Ernst & Young makes a difference.

QuisLex www.QuisLex.com

QuisLex, headquartered in New York, is a premier litigation and corporate support services provider to Global 500 corporations and AM Law 25, Global 100 and Magic Circle law firms. QuisLex provides specialized services including litigation/investigation/antitrust document review, contract management/negotiations and M&A due diligence. Founded by seasoned lawyers from Skadden Arps, Shearman & Sterling and Sidley Austin, QuisLex is certified ISO 9001:2008 compliant for its proprietary quality management system and ISO/ IEC 27001:2005 compliant for its information security management system. QuisLex is EU Safe Harbor self-certified, is a SAS 70 Type II entity and is HIPAA compliant. For more information, visit www.QuisLex.com

Recognized as a “Leader” in Gartner’s most recent E-Discovery Magic Quadrant, Relativity is kCura’s web-based platform for review, analysis, and production of electronic data. Relativity has more than 52,000 users worldwide in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, including 95 of the top 100 law firms in the United States. Relativity also powers Method, kCura’s workflow and notification system for managing legal hold processes. kCura helps corporations, law firms, and government agencies meet e-disclosure challenges by installing Relativity and Method on-premises and providing hosted, on-demand solutions through a global network of partners. For more information, contact info@kcura.com or visit www.kcura.com.

Relativity www.kcura.com

Recognized as a “Leader” in Gartner’s most recent E-Discovery Magic Quadrant, Relativity is kCura’s web-based platform for review, analysis, and production of electronic data. Relativity has more than 52,000 users worldwide in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, including 95 of the top 100 law firms in the United States. Relativity also powers Method, kCura’s workflow and notification system for managing legal hold processes. kCura helps corporations, law firms, and government agencies meet e-disclosure challenges by installing Relativity and Method on-premises and providing hosted, on-demand solutions through a global network of partners. For more information, contact info@kcura.com or visit www.kcura.com.

RSD www.rsd.com

Founded in 1973 in Geneva, with affiliates in New York, London, Paris, Boston, Zurich and Madrid, RSD helps companies meet the growing challenge of information governance by providing market-leading products for business information delivery, content and records management, and document archiving and retrieval.

RSD solutions are used in more than 1,200 installations worldwide, including a majority of the Fortune 500. Today RSD supports millions of users, and offers its innovative products and services in more than 26 countries around the globe – both directly and through strategic business partners.

Stroz Friedberg www.strozfriedberg.com

Stroz Friedberg is a leading global digital risk management and investigations firm. The company specialises in digital forensics, data breach and cybercrime response, electronic disclosure, and business intelligence and investigations. Working at the crossroads of technology, law and behavioural science, the company provides technical assistance and strategic advice to help manage the inherent risks and responsibilities of doing business in a digital era. Learn more about the firm’s capabilities and experience at www.strozfriedberg.com.

KPMG’s www.kpmg.co.uk/technologyrisk.com

KPMG Forensic Technology, Technology Risk Consulting can help you to reduce disclosure costs, enhance case strategy and manage risk cost effectively and securely. With over 450 forensic technology specialists worldwide we can provide a fast international response on a global basis. We have been involved in some of the highest profile e-disclosure cases and forensic investigations in the UK and are familiar with the challenges of multi-jurisdictional cases. As a supplier to many major law firms and corporates, we help our clients deal with e-disclosure and data management challenges large and small.

KPMG’s Technology Risk Consulting practice brings together specialists focused on the Information and Technology risk agenda. We provide services in the following key areas – Information Protection, Technology Risk, and Data Insight Services. For more information please visit www.kpmg.co.uk/technologyrisk.

EDM www.edmgroup.co.uk

EDM’s core expertise is in the specialty of Information Management and in particular the improvement of business processes through the reduction in dependency on paper documents. EDM does this through provision of a range of services:

• Digitisation of documents • Secure hosting of documents • Physical records and live filing management • Business process management • Digital Printoom • Consultancy and ancillary services

EDM uniquely offers all of these services in an integrated manner from a single source, offering a proven, secure, one-stop shop for all our customers’ document management needs. Benefits include reduces costs and environmental impact, improved efficiency, customer service and compliance.

Bloomberg Vault www.bloomberg.com

Bloomberg VAULT Compliance & eDiscovery Demands in the New Regulatory Environment Strategies for meeting the changing compliance and eDiscovery demands. As the regulatory and legal landscape changes, be sure to learn how your firm can meet these new demands in an environment that requires cutting capital and operational expenses.

Website: www.bloomberg.com

LeClaire Ryan www.leclairryan.com

Discovery solutions – A DIFFERENT APPROACH

Since 1991, the attorneys and technical specialists in LeClairRyan’s Discovery Solutions Practice (DSP) have helped clients find the information they need to meet their legal obligations including eDiscovery, eDisclosure and investigations. The large volumes of data companies generate and store, when searched and used appropriately can yield solutions – not just headaches.

• Over the last 20 years we have developed repeatable and defensible processes that leverage the best technologies – tools like concept searching, near-duplicate identification, email threading and predictive coding to tame document review costs and increase quality. • We have built a team of experienced attorneys and technical staff focused on the electronic evidence landscape. Since we work exclusively on

investigations, discovery and disclosure, we can complete projects better, faster and cheaper – and with increased defensibility.

• We deploy business strategies to build better legal processes. That allows us to offer services at prices that allow clients to keep legal costs contained. We can help you meet your data obligations and drive down eDisclosure and eDiscovery costs. As experienced “Discovery Counsel” we help clients use the best technologies and resources to find the information you need to meet your legal needs.

Today’s eDiscovery and eDisclosure problems demand a new type of legal expertise, one that combines solid business processes to solve legal problems. By managing the investigative process, we keep the focus of each case on the facts that matter.

TransPerfect Legal Solutions (TLS) www.transperfectlegal.com

TransPerfect Legal Solutions (TLS) is a leading provider of e-discovery collection, processing and hosting services to global legal professionals. With a full-service data centre in the UK, TLS offers the personalised client service of a local European provider backed by the resources of a global organisation. Equipped with the latest in e-discovery technology, including powerful Relativity and Nuix platforms, our expert ESI teams draw on decades of shared experience to deliver nuanced solutions to complex e-discovery challenges. In addition to our e-discovery offerings, TLS offers a suite of services to support you through the entire case lifecycle, including digital forensics, document review, due diligence hosting, translation, interpretation, transcription, legal staffing and more. And with offices in more than 70 cities offices across 5 continents, we offer 24/7 client service and the fastest turnaround times in the industry. www.transperfectlegal.com.

Lateral Data www.lateraldata.com

Lateral Data’s Viewpoint software is an all-inclusive e-Discovery platform that covers the core components of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, including Collection, Early Case Assessment, Processing, Analysis, Predictive Tagging, Review and Production. By fully integrating all of these tools into one product, Viewpoint delivers complete functionality, streamlined workflow, robust features and analytics to all users throughout the project, with no importing, exporting or copying of files. Viewpoint provides one fixed cost for all e-discovery needs, with no additional fee for analytics, no licensing fees, or limited number of users. That’s the power of one.


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