|2013 Executive Summary||2013 Key Themes|
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 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.
The results of the recent 'e-Disclosure 2020' survey that polled over 200 representatives of global business and legal services firms indicates that over 85% of IT and legal professionals believe, due to trends in their organisation, that there will be an increased requirement to retrieve targeted data related to individuals, actions, or events. The survey results further demonstrate that the majority of respondents agreed that:
Those attending include heads and directors of IT, compliance, investigations, forensics, records management, privacy, audit, legal and HR. Industry sectors typically represented range from finance and legal services through to oil and gas, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing.
This conference delivers delegates with solution frameworks that can help reduce risk, enable operational flexibility, minimise complexity, create value and keep costs low.
Ensuring an appropriate level of preparedness for events or incidents that require the discovery of specific electronic data
Resolving the disconnect between high-level governance or compliance requirements, business processes and IT operations
Addressing strategic, operational and technological factors that increase the costs of key tasks such as data retrieval and processing
Building processes to manage regulatory, technology and information risks that are created by a lack of coordination between IT and legal functions
Resolving key issues that impact the ability to meet internal, legal, or regulatory deadlines when responding to an event
Optimising business responsiveness to data requests by using a framework that clearly defines the scope of what information is being sought
Understanding the impacts of a changing business and technology landscape on e-discovery or e-investigations risk profile
Assessing the knock on effect for e-discovery of developments in data storage, collaborative tools, social networking and governance platforms
|Organisations attending in 2012 included:||2012 Speakers included:|
3 Verulam Buildings ~ 5 Paper Buildings ~ Age UK ~ Allen & Overy ~ Alstom ~ Alvarez & Marsal ~ AMEC ~ American Express ~ Ashurst ~ Astellas Pharma ~ AstraZeneca ~ Bank of New York Mellon ~ Barclays ~ Berwin Leighton Paisner ~ BG Group ~ Bristows ~ British Airways ~ British American Tobacco ~ BT ~ Candey Parker ~ Cardiff University ~ Cards Prepaid ~ Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton ~ City of London Police ~ Clifford Chance ~ COLT Telecom Group ~ Credit Suisse ~ DAC Beachcroft ~ Dawson Cornwell ~ Diageo ~ DLA Piper ~ Edwards Wildman Palmer ~ Eversheds ~ Fasthosts ~ Fidelity International ~ Fidelity Investments ~ Finers Stephens Innocent ~ First Rate Exchange Services ~ Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer ~ Friends Life ~ Fujitsu ~ Gala Coral Group ~ GE Capital ~ Hargreaves Lansdown ~ Haringey Council ~ Herbert Smith Freehills ~ HM Revenue & Customs ~ Hogan Lovells ~ Holman Fenwick & Willan ~ HSBC ~ Hunton & Williams ~ ICE plc ~ Informa ~ JP Morgan Chase ~ JTI ~ Kingsley Napley ~ Kranenburg ~ Kroll Ontrack ~ Legal & General ~ London College of Science & Technology ~ Mayer Brown International ~ McFarlanes ~ McGuireWoods ~ Metropolitan Police Service ~ Microsoft ~ Mi-Pay ~ MoneySupermarket ~ National Grid ~ Orange ~ Osborne Clarke ~ Paralaw ~ Pinsent Masons ~ Post Office ~ Raytheon Systems ~ Reed Smith ~ Royal Bank of Scotland ~ Speechly Bircham ~ Squire Sanders & Dempsey ~ Standard Chartered Bank ~ Stroz Friedberg ~ The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) ~ The Travellers Companies ~ TNT ~ Tobacco Manufacturers Association ~ UCB ~ Unilever ~ White & Case ~ WPP Group ~ Wragge & Co ~ YourCash ~ ZyLAB and more!
Ian Leedham, Senior Counsel
Michel Cottin, Records Management
Marcella Harshbarger, Corporate Attorney
Adam Hughes, IT Compliance Engineer
Mark Rouse, IT Forensics Manager
Nicholas Burkill, Partner
Dorsey & Whitney
Kate Paslin, Associate General Counsel, International
Steven Lee, Senior Director
Alvarez & Marsal
Ed Sautter, Partner
Mayer Brown International LLP
Robert Kenny MBCS, eDiscovery Specialist
ZyLAB UK Ltd
Graham Ashworth, Information Intelligence Group Specialist
Martin Baldock, Managing Director
Steve Grant, Senior Consultant & Team Leader,
Computer Forensics, Legal Technologies
Nick Patience, Director, Product Marketing & Strategy
|This event welcomes in excess of 150 senior decision makers:||Delegates attending include directors and managers:|
From industries that include:
Transport and Logistics
From business functions that include:
Technology & Operational Risk
Financial Crime Prevention