The conference is one of four Cornerstone Conferences put on by the Association every year, each being well known for its high quality programming and warm hospitality.
Crystal will speak about the Uniform Law Conference of Canada (ULCC) project to harmonize civil procedure rules for electronic evidence, providing a summary of the proposed rules and the current status of the project.
Technological changes can have a substantial impact on business models and client expectations. Crystal will examine how technology can fundamentally disrupt traditional review and business models and, in turn, also provide opportunities for law firms and corporate legal departments.
Crystal will lead an interactive presentation and then discuss with the group:
How to reduce the cost of ediscovery and provide clients with a better work product
How new review and business models can create increasingly marketable skill sets and practice areas for paralegals
ILTA is an international volunteer-led, staff-managed association with a focus on premiership. … Read More
Advances in technology enable parties to conduct discovery without relying on traditional linear or ‘eyes-on’ review models. Crystal will discuss best practices and emerging case law for implementing technology to successfully manage ediscovery in a defensible, proportionate and cost-effective manner. … Read More