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Practical, In-Depth, Actionable

The event agenda provides strategic and technical advice, examples of  best practice, and practical case studies that detail how  organisations can keep the costs of compliance to a minimum and  ensure an efficient response to data requests from internal or  external parties.  

Delegates can expect to come away with new ideas for value  creation and business  partnership.   

Why Attend

It was an enjoyable, interesting event and I got to meet a lot of useful contacts. Look forward to next year’s event.

Archive Manager, AMEC

The conference provided me with an excellent opportunity to renew my thinking with regard to forensic computing.

IT Auditor, Canada Life

The conference yesterday was very good overall. Great venue, some good presentations, good networking opportunities and good food. [...]

Security Intelligence Manager, Diligenta Limited

Quick fire presentations made for a varied, interesting and extremely well organised day. I’ll definitely go again!

Senior Counsel Product Litigation, GlaxoSmithKline

A very well-managed meeting of experienced professionals with complementary backgrounds. Speakers and participants reflected on a wide range of issues, and provided concrete replies.

Why Sponsor

An excellent opportunity to hear from companies who have tackled the problems of e-disclosure and from solution-providers ready to help those who have not yet done so.
Solicitor and Legal IT Consultant, Lawyer Support
About e-Discovery and e-Investigations
Now in its ninth edition, the e-Discovery and e-Investigations Forum is designed to meet the needs of key stakeholders and decision makers who are responsible for ensuring compliance with legal requirements, managing internal investigations and preparing for or responding to regulatory investigations and litigation events.

The event agenda provides strategic and technical advice, examples of best practice and practical case studies that detail how organisations can keep the costs of compliance to a minimum and ensure an efficient response to data requests from internal or external parties. This conference delivers delegates with solution frameworks that can help reduce risk, enable operational flexibility, minimise complexity, create value and keep costs low.
Key Themes

Cutting costs and maintaining efficiency in e-Discovery events

Mitigating e-Discovery risks associated with a changing technology landscape

Improving communication and collaboration between information governance structures
Ensuring compliance with legal requirements
More about the event...

Discovery and investigations professionals face extraordinary challenges.  The cross-border legal and regulatory environment around data and privacy continues to evolve rapidly. It is harder than ever to keep up with the rate of change in technology. And the workplace continues to be transformed by mobile, wireless and bring-your-own-device (BYOD).
These changes, according to industry experts, are initiating a paradigm shift in e-Discovery processes and staffing. 
This year’s Forum will look at the detail of these changes and their effects on collection, processing, legal review and production:

How can firms reduce the costs of e-Discovery?

And are there intelligent approaches or solutions that increase in-house control and efficiency as well as cutting costs more dramatically?
Speakers at this series

Confirmed for 2015:

Paul Stunt, Director of Forensics and International Investigations

Stephen Storey, Principal, Investigation 
Rio Tinto

Bill Onwusah, Litigation Support Manager
Hogan Lovells

Susan Lamb, Group Records Manager
Shell International Ltd

Robert Kenny, eDiscovery Project Manager
Serious Fraud Office

Gavin Dodd, Detective
Metropolitan Police

Dr David Lawton
CAST (Home Office)

Lee Meyrick
Director of Information Management

Phil Beckett
Managing Director-Global Forensic and Dispute Services
Alvarez & Marsal 

and more!
Organisations already registered to attend include:
5 Paper Buildings • Accenture • Allen & Overy LLP • AMEC • Asda • Barclays • Bird & Bird LLP • Bliss Business Solutions • BP • British Airways • BT • Canada Life • Chipatiso Associates LLP • Circle Housing • City of London Police • Debevoise & Plimpton • Deutsche Bank Group • DLA Piper LLP • DorisIT • EDF Energy • Fidessa Group • Ford Motor Company • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP • Hogan Lovells International LLP • JP Morgan Chase • Lycamobile • Maersk • Mason Hayes & Curran • Mayer Brown LLP • Metro Bank • Metropolitan Police Service • Microsoft • News UK (News International) • NHS • Norton Rose Fulbright • Nuance Communications • Paralaw • PaymentSense • PCB Litigation • Punjab National Bank • Rexam • Rio Tinto Group • Rolls-Royce • Royal Bank of Scotland • RWE Group • SABMiller • Schroders • Scotia Gas Networks • Serious Fraud Office • Shell • Stephenson Harwood • Telefónica O2 • The Bank of Tokyo - Mitsubishi UFJ • TLT LLP • TNT • Travers Smith LLP • TTT Moneycorp • TUI Travel • Vodafone • Which? • WPP Group • Wragge & Co LLP...and more... more