26 - 27 June, 2018 | London

Agenda Day 2

9:00 am - 9:30 am Using an eDiscovery Search Engine to Supplement AIG’s Data Disposition

Julie Heller, Global Head of eDiscovery Programs,AIG
·         How eDiscovery strategies and tools can be leveraged to support data disposition projects
·         Use Case #1: Legacy Media Review & Categorization
·         Use Case #2: Using eDiscovery tools and vendor project management support to conduct legal hold analysis

Julie Heller

Global Head of eDiscovery Programs

·         The ability to manage an eco-system of legal services providers underpinned by technology
·         Managing risk, finding and creating value and protecting the businesses reputation
·         Being enablers of ‘speed-to-contract’ by being able to support the business priorities through the use of technology
·         Differentiating value and service
·         Being agile

Grainne Bryan

Director of Data Investigations Group & Project Services
McCann Fitzgerald


Karyn Harty

McCann Fitzgerald

10:00 am - 10:30 am Networking Break and Business Card Collection

10:30 am - 11:00 am The Right Balance Between Tools and the Human Mind – Ediscovery in Appraisal, Selection and Sensitivity Review

Kerstin Arnold, Digital Solutions Lead,The National Archives
·         The National Archives’ market research and assessment of eDiscovery tools
·         Possible ways to the market for government departments – Collaboration with Crown Commercial Service
·         eDiscovery tools in practice – Technology-assisted appraisal, selection and sensitivity review
·         Looking ahead – Functionalities of possible future interest

Kerstin Arnold

Digital Solutions Lead
The National Archives

11:00 am - 11:30 am Strategy and Advocacy in eDiscovery

Edward Spencer, Senior Associate,Taylor Wessing

Edward Spencer

Senior Associate
Taylor Wessing

11:30 am - 12:10 pm The Ten-Minute-Snapshot

The Ten-Minute Snapshot is a series of 10 minute-long demonstration drives from our event partners designed to give you a unique insight into how their solutions can directly assist you in your endeavour to solve your needs.

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm Networking Lunch and Prize Draw Announcements

Prize: Amazon Echo Dot

1:15 pm - 12:00 am The DLA Way: E-disclosure and Investigations in Practice

David Webb, Litigation Support Co-ordinator,DLA Piper UK LLP
·         Case Studies of e-disclosure and regulatory investigations in a global law firm

David Webb

Litigation Support Co-ordinator

1:45 pm - 2:15 pm Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning - Implications for All eDiscovery Practitioners

Amie Taal, Former Vice President of Digital Forensics and Investigations,Deutsche Bank
·         What are AI and Machine Learning?
·         What are people doing in this space?
·         How will it change the practice of eDiscovery?
·         Current expectations
Materials provided: A. Taal et al, Artificial Intelligence and Law - Cognitive computing and proposed approaches to conceptual organization of case law knowledge bases (2016) / AI space? How will AI and Machine learning change eDiscovery practices in the near future?

Amie Taal

Former Vice President of Digital Forensics and Investigations
Deutsche Bank

2:45 pm - 3:15 pm GDPR Bootcamp, The GOOD, BAD AND UGLY of readiness in ONLY 4 months.

Gladys Ombu, Group Head of Privacy and Data Protection Officer,Essentra PLC
·         Getting results – what is an effective privacy programme?
·         Business value - measuring and proving GDPR’s worth to the business through legitimate interests and (ii) why businesses are fined?
·         Relationships - managing your suppliers and vendors. Are they friends or foes?
·         Compliance is not just a Checkbox exercise! First month reviews post GDPR

Gladys Ombu

Group Head of Privacy and Data Protection Officer
Essentra PLC

2:45 pm - 3:15 pm Reasonable Expectations and Due Diligence Best Practices

3:15 pm - 3:45 pm Networking Coffee Break

3:45 pm - 4:15 pm Social Media- Controlling the Uncontrollable and Reinventing Disclosure

4:15 pm - 4:45 pm Panel: eDiscovery Predictions for the Remainder of 2018

Andrew Haslam, eDisclosure Project Manager,Squire Patton Boggs
·         GDPR, what are the early implications?
·         Do we really need to change the CPR for eDisclosure?
·         Managed Services; All things to all men or salvation?
·         Machine learning for contract review; is it where eDisclosure was 5 years ago?

Andrew Haslam

eDisclosure Project Manager
Squire Patton Boggs

4:45 pm - 4:50 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks and Conference Day 2 Drinks Reception