E-Discovery in the Public Sector: Tips and Strategies for Enhancing Legal Outcomes and Mitigating Risk
Rapid changes in legal technology necessitate ongoing process shifts to incorporate new capabilities that improve outcomes and decrease risk and cost. This is directly impacted by unique challenges faced by the public sector in eDiscovery, the administrative structures that govern the ability to collect data and the procurement of necessary technology.
On Wednesday, October 25th join a panel of knowledgeable lawyers with significant public sector eDiscovery experience to discuss tips and strategies to work with these challenges to improve your eDiscovery outcomes.
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?
International and cross-border considerations frequently arise for Ontario lawyers while advising their clients today, often in unexpected places. Clients may have assets, vendors, suppliers, customers, data or business partners located outside of Canada’s borders. The legal implications and risks associated with this reality can be significant and widespread. Whether you are a solicitor or litigator, this expert faculty will share practical and timely insights to ensure you are ready to confidently advise your clients on how to navigate the challenges, opportunities and actualities of a global world.
Join us on May 4th to meet and gather best practices and helpful insights from lawyers around the globe in this unique series of roundtable sessions.… Read More