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PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

 
 
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Robert Owen | The Electronic Discovery Institute

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Patrick Oot | The Electronic Discovery Institute

Ashish Prasad | The Electronic Discovery Institute

Scott Reents | Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

 
 

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Thursday | June 27, 2019

8:00 - 8:30 AM | Breakfast & Registration

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM | Morning Sessions

12:00 - 12:30 PM | Luncheon

12:30 - 1:30 PM | Luncheon Session

1:30 - 5:00 PM | Afternoon Sessions

5:00 - 6:30 PM | Closing Reception

 

 

MEETING PROGRAM

 

8:30 - 9:30 AM

State of the States: Under the National Radar State Discovery Rules Are Changing Too

Several states are gradually revving up their rule-making machinery and have begun to adopt rules amendments consistent with the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. For the most part, this is happening without generating a great deal of national attention. This discussion will explore the latest changes and possible changes in the works so you won’t be surprised no matter where your case is venued.

 

9:40 - 10:40 AM

Discovery Strategies in Litigation

Discovery is more than processing, reviewing and producing data.  Staying ahead of your adversaries in the process can better position your case on the merits and gain credibility with the court.  Join this session to learn practical takeaways you can deploy in your organization to help level-set the playing field.

 

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Opioid MDL: A Case Study of Mass Discovery

One of the most widely covered cases in the country, the Opioid Multi-District Litigation (MDL) has made attempts to form new theories of liability against large data holders. Join this panel to learn about the unique tactics and data sources that are involved in this game-changing litigation.

 

12:30 - 1:30 PM

It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over: Knowing When to Quit in Discovery

Under the current rules, the level of effort that is appropriately spent on discovery is intended to be proportional to the matter.  But just how much effort is appropriate?  How much effort should be applied to training a machine learning system? How much effort should be applied to reviewing documents? Parties may dispute levels of effort and levels of accuracy without having any awareness of the actual cost and value of such differences. It is well-established that this effort should be proportional, but remains unclear how to evaluate the cost and value of the effort.

 

1:40 - 2:40 PM

Inside Algorithms: Who’s Responsible, Is It Fair, How Do You know?

Computer algorithms play an increasingly important role in people’s everyday lives. They help lawyers to identify responsive documents, to evaluate the likelihood that the court will respond favorably to an argument, to decide who will be released on bail, and even to drive our cars, among many others. What are the responsibilities of the creators of these programs? What are the public’s and the court’s beliefs about their fairness and efficacy? We do not need to know the internals of the programs being used in order to evaluate how they work, but what do need to know, and what do we do to prevent them from going wrong and whom or what do we hold accountable when they do?

 

2:50 - 3:50 PM

Sherlock, Not Skynet: Using AI to Find & Protect in the Age of Sensitive Information

Legally privileged documents, personal data, and protected health information: as our digital footprints grow, so do the types of data that need protection.  Now, new technologies designed for privilege review are also putting privacy and data access requests within an eDiscovery scope. Join a panel of AI innovators and expert litigators to discuss how unsupervised machine learning can protect sensitive information and bridge the gap between eDiscovery and privacy.

 

4:00 - 5:00 PM

Recent Developments in the Ethics of eDiscovery:  What You Should Know

The ethical rules governing lawyers, including ABA Models of Professional Conduct 1.1, 1.6 and 5.3, impose substantial requirements relating to electronic discovery.  This panel will discuss recent decisions and commentary regarding the ethics of electronic discovery, including the complex interplay between the ethical rules, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and established industry practices.  The panelists will focus especially on the ethical obligations and risks relating to preservation, disclosure, search, and review of data in litigation and investigations. 

 

MEETING VENUE

Located in the heart of New York City, the offices of Cravath, Swaine & Moore will provide an intimate setting surrounded by a thriving urban locale for collaboration and discussion.

Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP

825 8th Avenue

New York, NY 10019

 
 

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