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Experience ILTA at ARMA LIVE! Conference 2013

For more than three decades, the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) has led the way in sharing knowledge and experience with legal and IT departments and law firms. You can experience ILTA education at ARMA LIVE! by attending the Legal & Compliance track during conference.

Check out these sessions provided by ILTA on Monday and Tuesday:

  • Data Privacy Laws – State of Play and Challenges for Legal
    Kate Lucente, Esq.; Paul McCormack

    Data privacy laws around the world vary in complexity and scope, and they regulate to varying degrees the collection, use, storage, retention, sharing, security, and cross-border transfers of personal information.  As with most organizations, the personal information collected by law firms and legal departments is routinely transferred to third parties and also increasingly across national borders. Explore the practical implications law firms and legal departments face in light of global data privacy laws that are rapidly evolving and emerging.

  • IG and Predictive Coding & Analytics? It’s Not Just for E-Discovery
    Leigh Isaacs; Jason R. Baron, Esq.

    The volume of electronically stored information (ESI) is growing exponentially; however, the need to manage it effectively remains unchanged. Failure to do so can result in undue risks, costs, and diminished productivity. New laws and regulations and the need to address identification, accessibility, and security issues are commonplace. Traditional tools now fall woefully short. This session will explore how innovative uses of technologies can help strike a balance between information access and governance; as well as uncover creative methods to manage information, increase efficiency, and maintain a competitive edge.

  • Information Governance in Legal – the Real Payoff Is Litigation, E-Discovery, and Audit Readiness
    Browning Marean

    If your information governance house is in order, then you’ll be ready to take the next steps in managing “all that data” and dealing with litigation, e-discovery, and client audit issues. In this interactive session, we’ll ask questions, share answers, and look to our journey toward information governance. Can you list all your organization uses to create and preserve electronically stored information (ESI)? Do you have a policy to deal with e-mail, voicemail, instant messaging, Facebook, and Twitter?

  • Legal Technology Future Horizons
    Monica Bay and TJ Johnson

    What does the future hold for legal technology? As the pace of technological advancements keeps accelerating, there is little doubt that the legal industry will see significant changes in the coming decade. Though many can speculate, this interactive session will review top trends reshaping the legal industry, which includes e-discovery, alternative fee arrangements (AFAs), legal process outsourcing, legal project management, globalization, virtual law firms, and other emerging business models.

  • The "Ins and Outs" of Matter Mobility
    Terry Coan, CRM; Raymond Fashola

    Increasingly, lawyers are moving from firm to firm, causing overwhelming challenges in information governance, risk management, and client servicing. This session will cover the key elements for successful matter mobility, including a policy framework supported by pre-defined process workflows that leverage technology to facilitate fast and accurate release or acceptance of matter materials. Explore lessons learned from the demise of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, which underscores the benefits of a comprehensive matter mobility approach.

  • The "Funning" Up of Security Awareness- Get them to Pay Attention
    Scott Christensen; Tom Desot

    Many legal organizations have established some best practices in terms of security and information governance policies and procedures, yet we all agree that “human beings” are the weakest link in the chain. Join this engaging session to learn entirely new approaches and ideas to implement a security awareness program that people will actually pay attention to and follow. Learn convenient and cost effective means to use humor and “gaming” techniques to make security awareness fun, convenient, and cost effective for your organization.