OK, I didn’t really lie. I told you on Monday that eDiscoveryDaily would be tweeting throughout LegalTech New York (LTNY) this week. Which is what I intended to do; but, I forgot how crazy it can be at the show with so many meetings, sessions and exhibit hall time. So, I only managed one tweet per day. I’ll have a better plan for next year, I promise. 😉
One of the reasons that I only managed the one tweet per day is that, during that time, eDiscoveryDaily was conducting interviews with several eDiscovery industry thought leaders and we’re pleased to introduce the schedule for the series, which will begin on Monday, February 14. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are the interviews that we will be publishing over the next few weeks:
Monday, February 14: Tom Gelbmann, Principal Analyst of Gelbmann & Associates and co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). Since 1993, Tom has helped law firms and Corporate Law Departments realize the full benefit of their investments in Information Technology.
Wednesday, February 16: Alon Israely, Senior Advisor, BIA. Alon has over fifteen years of experience in a variety of advanced computing-related technologies and currently oversees BIA’s product development for its core technology products.
Friday, February 18: Jim McGann, Vice President of Index Engines. Jim has extensive experience with eDiscovery and Information Management in the Fortune 2000 sector and has worked for leading software firms that provided financial services and information management solutions.
Monday, February 21: Christine Musil, Director of Marketing of Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC). Christine has applied her in-depth knowledge of IGC's products and benefits to marketing initiatives, including branding, overall messaging, and public relations. She has also been a contributing author to a number of publications on archiving formats, redaction, and viewing technology in the enterprise.
Wednesday, February 23: Jack Halprin, Vice President eDiscovery and Compliance, Autonomy. Jack serves as a subject matter expert and assists clients with building best practices and defensible processes around eDiscovery and compliance related issues and manages the product line strategy for Autonomy’s Legal Hold and Early Case Assessment solutions.
Friday, February 25: Deidre Paknad, President & CEO of PSS Systems. A well-known thought leader in the legal and information governance domain, Deidre founded the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC), a professional community on retention and preservation that analyst firm IDC labeled a "think tank." She has been a member of several Sedona working groups since 2005 and leads the EDRM IMRM working group.
Monday, February 28: George Socha, President of Socha Consulting LLC and co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). As President of Socha Consulting LLC, George offers services as an eDiscovery expert witness, special master and advisor to corporations, law firms and their clients, and legal vertical market software and service providers in the areas of electronic discovery and automated litigation support.
Wednesday, March 2: Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Coast Legal Tech Center. Tom is a nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the area of computerized litigation support systems. A frequent lecturer on the subject of legal technology, Tom has been on the faculty of numerous national CLE providers and has taught college level courses on legal technology.
Friday, March 4: Craig Ball, Law Offices of Craig D. Ball, P.C. Craig has delivered over 600 presentations and papers to continuing legal and professional education programs throughout the United States. Craig’s articles on forensic technology and electronic discovery frequently appear in the national media and he also writes a monthly column on computer forensics and e-discovery for Law Technology News called "Ball in your Court".
Thanks to everyone for their time in participating in these interviews, especially during a busy LegalTech week!
So, what do you think? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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