Corporate Counsels’ Guide: Developing a Strategic Approach to Containing the Costs of eDiscovery
Well-positioned on the heels of the G20 Summit in downtown Toronto comes Legal IQ’s (a division of IQPC) conference to assist corporate counsel in curtailing the rising costs of discovery. From June 28th to 30th, e-discovery experts (and those wanting to be in the know) from across North America will meet at the Sheraton Toronto Centre to address this very timely issue.
What is interesting about this conference is its very balanced speaker mix of in-house and external counsel from private and public organizations, judges, and e-discovery vendors, from across both Canada and the United States. Primarily conducted in workshop and panel format, this conference emphasizes a very practical approach to minimizing the costs of e-discovery.
Topics will include:
As a member of the Advisory Board for this conference, our Susan Nickle is co-facilitating a workshop on “Early Case Assessment Strategies and the Pitfalls of Disjointed Collection”.
We’ll keep you posted on key (perhaps contentious?) issues arising at this interesting conference