This popular full-day program brings together leading experts to talk about the latest developments in eDiscovery and digital evidence. This year’s program will focus on the intersection of AI and the evolution of the law.
Attendees will gain valuable insights and practical tips from leading experts on the following:
Use of AI in Litigation and Disputes
What is the Current Legal Landscape for AI Regulation in Canada and Globally
Admitting an Challenging AI as Evidence – What is the Frameworks/Consideration for Adjudicators to Accept AI-generated Evidence?
The plaintiff in this case was evasive about his social media presence on Facebook. The defendant initiated a motion for sanctions for “alleged spoliation of electronically stored evidence, specifically his social media accounts.” The court denied the spoliation motion ruling based on the lack of evidence that the Facebook information had been “irretrievably lost.” Instead of sanctions, the court directed the production of the Facebook accounts as an alternative remedy.… Read More
Published by Globe Law and Business in association with Legalink, the second edition of International E-Discovery, provides an analysis from across the globe of the different approaches to, and cutting-edge techniques in the use of, digital evidence in legal and regulatory contexts.
Leading technology specialists and legal practitioners in different jurisdictions come together to explain the latest developments in how digital evidence is collected, interrogated and deployed in response to legal proceedings, regulatory investigations, and in order to comply with organizational requirements.… Read More
Now in its 10th year, this full day program brings together leading experts to talk about the latest developments in eDiscovery and digital evidence. Attendees will gain practical insight to effectively manage electronically stored information (ESI).
This year, in live webcast format, the faculty will focus on key areas such as eDiscovery in a virtual/remote world, the technology accelerators that are available, and the broad scope of alternative data types. … Read More
This popular full-day program brings together leading experts to talk about the latest developments in ediscovery and digital evidence. The faculty will focus on the lifecycle of an ediscovery project, e-trials, and the use of digital evidence beyond traditional civil litigation.
gain practical insight to effectively manage electronically stored information
benefit from a close look into technology assisted review
learn how to choose the right technology
learn how best to work with a vendor
find out what is happening at Sedona Canada
learn how to manage the ethical issues that arise with digital evidence and when using technology in discoveries