Heavy Hitters On Board to Share Unique E-Discovery and Legal Insights at CEIC 2015

If you come to CEIC every year to hear from the industry’s movers and shakers in the legal realm, you're in for a treat this year at CEIC in Las Vegas, May 18 – 22. We’ve secured big talent and big topics in the track called E-Discovery: Legal Issues, Technical Challenges and Solutions, including legal issues related to data breaches and information governance.

Best Practices for Navigating Legal Issues Associated with a Data Breach 

Speakers in this e-discovery track include judges, corporate attorneys, outside counsel and e-discovery industry analysts, all of whom live and breathe e-discovery every day. Of the 10 sessions in this track, five are panels that include a variety of industry pundits from high profile enterprises such as the U.S. Attorney’s Office and a leading retailer.

The first panel session on Monday afternoon, “The Intersection of Privacy, Security and E-Discovery,” will feature three seasoned experts in a lively discussion:

  • Ed McAndrew, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Cybercrime Coordinator and National Security Cyber Specialist
  • David Steele, Senior Counsel, Home Depot
  • Chad McManamy, Esq., Vice President of E-Discovery and Assistant General Counsel, Guidance Software
McAndrew, Steele, and McManamy, with many years of experience on the front lines of e-discovery, will help you understand the latest developments in federal cybercrime and security law, lawyers' ethical obligations for data security, and lessons learned in real cases.

Isn’t it Time to Talk About Information Governance with E-Discovery? 

At the request of past CEIC attendees, we’ve also allocated time to address the core concept of information governance in a Wednesday afternoon session called “Information Governance and E-Discovery: Can They Really Go Hand-in-Glove?” A panel of experts will explain the challenges in adopting an information governance process that coexists with e-discovery and highlight how they can be addressed together to maximize efficiencies and reduce costs.

Leading Legal Minds Will Shed Practical Light on Judicial Decisions 

We’re excited that the Honorable Andrew Peck, Magistrate Judge with the Southern District of New York, has agreed to come back to CEIC again this year. Peck is a leading e-discovery judge who consistently pushes the boundaries of what judges expect and what parties should strive for through his decisions on technology-assisted review and other e-discovery issues.

Peck will participate on the Tuesday morning panel, “Judicial Roundtable on Current E-Discovery Issues,” with Hon. Matthew Sciarrino Jr. of Kings County Supreme Court and attorney Daniel Lim, a leading e-discovery attorney with Shook, Hardy & Bacon.

CEIC 2015 has become one of the most important venues for inside counsel, litigation support staff and information security professionals to meet up and sync up on today’s legal and technical challenges. And there’s a lot more in store for e-discovery and legal professionals—including 11 more sessions in the track E-Discovery Labs for the Practitioner—so please visit our CEIC event website to see the agenda in detail, register, and more.

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