UBIC North America
Panel comprising corporations and law firms will be speaking on “Surprises, Setbacks and Success in Cross-border eDiscovery” at the world’s largest legal technology conference in America.
Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
[UBIC North America, Inc., a provider of comprehensive eDiscovery and digital forensics solutions and services for corporations and law firms is hosting an exciting, interactive panel at Legal Tech - 2013 under Emerging Technology Track program titled “Surprises, Setbacks and Success in Cross-border eDiscovery. “
UBIC is an industry leader in Asian-language eDiscovery and investigations. UBIC’s proprietary technology encompasses full-spectrum EDRM in a single platform, to ensure the highest levels of accuracy, integrity and security. With seasoned professionals and secure data centers strategically located around the world, UBIC provides global technology with local expertise.
[UBIC North America also looks forward to showcasing a private demonstration of it's eDiscovery technology platform, Lit i View at the booth (# 2305) or in the suite (# 4305) at Legal Tech 2013, and on how it can reduce legal costs while providing reliable support and predictable results.
“An integral part of our strategic global vision is to continue our outreach internationally as thought leaders in the legal arena worldwide,” said Masahiro Morimoto, President and CEO of UBIC. “We continue to be a pioneer in cross-border litigation projects, enabling law firms and corporations to overcome the cultural as well as the language barriers in conjunction with constant pressure of reducing litigation costs while meeting tight project deadlines.”
The panel will discuss various challenges, differences between broad scope of U.S. eDiscovery process and its implications on international litigation matters in light of privacy laws and blocking statutes in place or being enacted by EU and Asian countries (following EU). The panel experts will provide their recommendations in achieving success for cross-border litigation based on their extensive experience including best practices and workarounds for some of the roadblocks that might arise in these matters.
WHERE: The Sutton Parlor Center, The Hilton, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019
WHEN: 1:30 PM., Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Industry Expert Panelists
Moderator: John Bace, Guest Lecturer & Advisory Board Member, Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law, John Marshall Law School
★Steven C. Bennett, Partner, Jones Day
★Marla Bergman, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Goldman Sachs
★Atsuzo Tomii , Intellectual Property Division, RICOH
★Scott A. Carlson, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw
★Jon Talotta, Partner, Hogan Lovells