ILTACON 2022 Tuesday Sessions

ILTACON 2022 Tuesday Sessions and Happenings: eDiscovery Trends

We survived the first day!  🙂  The International Legal Technology Association’s (ILTA) annual conference ILTACON 2022 is being conducted this week.  And we have already had several interesting sessions on Monday, including those profiled here!  Here are the ILTACON 2022 Tuesday sessions and happenings.

Each day at ILTACON 2022, eDiscovery Today will highlight notable sessions for the day – in most cases, those sessions will relate to eDiscovery, Information Governance, cybersecurity, or artificial intelligence (as well as a few other happenings during the week). All times ET.

ILTACON 2022 Tuesday Sessions and Happenings:

UnitedLex

9:00am-10:00am:

Keynote – A Deep Dive into Big Data

Patrick Schwerdtfeger is a business futurist specializing in technology trends including big data, artificial intelligence, Fintech and blockchain. He’s the author of “Pandemic, Inc.: 8 Forces Driving Business Failure or Fortune in the Post-COVID-19 Economy” (2020, Authority Publishing) as well as five other books, and has lectured at numerous academic institutions including Purdue and Stanford Universities. He is also a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV, founder of Trend Mastery Inc., and host of the Strategic Business Insights video blog (with over 28,000 subscribers and six million views on YouTube). Patrick has spoken about business trends, technology and digital marketing at hundreds of conferences all around the world. Patrick discussed Learned Intuition at TEDx Sacramento.

The explosion of big data technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) have led to dramatic advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning. These technologies are fueling innovation in predictive analytics, autonomous driving, image recognition, virtual reality, and countless other fields.

Speakers: Patrick Schwerdtfeger, Strategic Business Consultant | Keynote Speaker | Author, Trend Mastery, Inc.

11:00am-12:30pm:

Litigation Support Roundtable: Global Edition

Main Level, Maryland A

This program is a “can’t miss” for anyone interested in global developments in litigation. This dynamic, interactive session is your chance to engage with and learn from your peers while sharing experiences in current and trending hot topics, challenges, and opportunities in litigation support throughout the world. This year’s topics include:

  • Litigation “Around the Grounds”
  • eDiscovery Case Law in Review
  • Technology Trends in Litigation
  • What’s New, What’s Changed and What May Be Coming Next

Speakers: Barbara Gondim da Rocha, RMS Advogados – Rocha, Marinho E Sales; Nathalie Hofman, Ernst & Young; David Horrigan, Relativity ODA LLC; Linesh Maharaj, King Wood Mallesons.

2:30pm-3:30pm:

AI Can See Clearly Now: Innovative Integration of Images

Main Level, Woodrow Wilson BCD

Photos, drawings, and other images historically have been viewed as a challenge for efficient searching, organization and review. And often valuable resources and time are spent on simply filtering out personal photos, signature blocks and logos from substantive, business-related images. Now images now can be processed by AI-driven technology, their contents tagged, and the tags searched. Learn how you can turn the droves of image files into the gold of meaningful content.

Speakers: Josh Bohls, Inkscreen LLC; David Carns, Casepoint; Ashley Dubin, Day Pitney LLP; George Socha, Reveal.

4:00pm-5:00pm:

You Are Doing It All Wrong: How to Think Like an eDiscovery Data Scientist & Why it Matters

Main Level, Maryland C

How to think systematically about your approach to eDiscovery and achieve better results. This session will look at how you can win over the legal team by adopting a critical thinking, counterfactually aware, and measurement oriented mindset.

Speakers: Jeremy Pickens, Independent; Haozhen Zhao, Ankura Consulting Group.

Leveraging Microsoft Teams to Connect People, Processes and Data to Enhance Collaboration

Main Level, Maryland D

More than 60% of law firms have deployed Microsoft Teams for online meetings as well as chat and collaboration according to the 2021 ILTA Tech Survey. While the use of Teams has greatly enhanced client-centric collaboration, many firms struggle to protect sensitive data and manage content governance. Join us to hear how firms are using Teams to power engagement-centric workspaces while containing content sprawl and protecting sensitive data.

Speakers: Holly Hanna, Perkins Coie; Josh Hogan, NetDocuments; Myka Hopgood, Dykema.

Here’s a link to the detailed agenda for the week.

So, what do you think?  Are you attending any of the ILTACON 2022 Tuesday sessions?  If you’re here in person, look me up!  And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

Disclaimer: The views represented herein are exclusively the views of the author, and do not necessarily represent the views held by my employer, my partners or my clients. eDiscovery Today is made available solely for educational purposes to provide general information about general eDiscovery principles and not to provide specific legal advice applicable to any particular circumstance. eDiscovery Today should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a lawyer you have retained and who has agreed to represent you.

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