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About Legaltech West

Legaltech West, taking place on June 12-13, 2017 at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square is now a part of Legalweek West.This means your Legaltech pass gets you access to MORE NETWORKING, MORE EDUCATIONAL CONTENT, MORE SPEAKERS and MORE CLE CREDITS!

What is Legalweek West?
Legalweek West is the only legal event to bring together various legal teams to explore the practical solutions needed to drive your technology, talent and business objectives forward. This event will offer five areas of focus presented as events-within-an-event to address the key issues at a tactical level – featuring: LegalOps, LegalDiversityForum, LegalSmallFirm, LegalExecutive, and Legaltech West, the largest and longest running trade show for legal technology on the west coast. This format will allow you to strategically select content tailored specifically to your needs and make the most of your event experience.

What Do These Changes Mean For You?
Legaltech West will continue to deliver the hallmarks that you have come to expect: updated, timely content relevant to the West Coast audience, interactive, thought-provoking educational sessions filled with best practices and strategies for you to take away and apply at your own organization.

Why Attend?

  • Learn how the industry’s most successful firms are preparing for the future including insight on alternatives to traditional legal service providers
  • Discover tools to harness the benefits of cloud-based process automation by 2020 and beyond
  • Understand how millennials and the new landscape of the legal workforce are affecting expectations regarding data privacy and security

New to Legaltech West 2017

  • New Conference Passes: Customized pass options mean more relevant content for you – for less!
  • New speakers: Hear from up to 100+ speakers including some new faces to the Legaltech West faculty.
  • New Content: Explore the talent, technology and trends driving the business of law with 4 new areas of focus: LegalOps, LegalExecutive, LegalSmallFirm, LegalDiversityForum.
  • New Networking Events: Join your fellow attendees for specialized networking opportunities designed to forge new relationships and strengthen established ones.
  • New Exhibitors: Legaltech West attracts the most innovative leaders in technology – visit our exhibit hall and explore the future of law.

Legaltech West Advisory Board

Patrick Oot

Patrick Oot

Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

Brad Blickstein

Brad Blickstein

Principal, Blickstein Group

Pallab Chakraborty

Pallab Chakraborty

Senior Counsel, Tesla

 Mira Vayda Edelman

Mira Vayda Edelman

Senior Counsel & Discovery Manager, Google

Dawson Horn, III

Dawson Horn, III

Associate General Counsel, AIG

Elizabeth A. Jaworski

Elizabeth A. Jaworski

Director, Legal Operations , Astellas Pharma

David L. Stanton

David L. Stanton

Litigation & eDiscovery Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

TJ Johnson

TJ Johnson

Program Director, International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

Robert Brownstone

Robert Brownstone

Technology & eDiscovery Counsel and Chair, Electronic Information Management (EIM) Practice Group, Fenwick & West

Agenda

Day One – June 12, 2017

7:30am – 8:30am

Legalweek West Coast 2017 Media Breakfast *Open to Invited Press*

8:00am – 9:15am

Legalweek Global Lawyer Forum – Spotlight Session (Open to All Attendees)

Global Lawyer Forum – Workshop on Impact of the Cyber Security Law of China

What’s in China’s New Cybersecurity Law? What are the requirements for processing personal information and transferring data cross-border? The controversial Cybersecurity Law of China is scheduled to take effect on June 1, 2017. Companies with operations in China that need to transmit data offshore, and the companies supplying hardware, software, or services to Internet industries should closely watch legislative progress to understand implications of the new law for the purpose of designing an appropriate compliance program to face new challenges successfully.

Speakers:
Sarah Zhao
Partner
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

Kiran Raj
Partner
O’Melveny & Myers LLP

9:30am – 9:45am

Legalweek - STATE OF THE INDUSTRY: Welcome and Opening Address by ALM Intelligence

ALM Intelligence will explore key questions and themes driving change in how law firms and corporate legal departments are preparing for the future, developing tools and techniques for operational efficiencies and effectiveness, and expanding towards a more diverse talent base. We’ll present data and insight from recent surveys to help frame decisions on how to address the trends, technology and talent drivers transforming the legal community.

Speakers:
Daniella Isaacson
Senior Analyst
ALM Intelligence

Nick Bruch
Senior Analyst
ALM Intelligence

9:45am – 10:45am

Legalweek – STATE OF THE INDUSTRY KEYNOTE: Internet, Technology & The Law featuring a discussion on Digital News & Information in the Age of Trump


The amazing new innovations we’ve seen in the past few years — social media, self-driving cars, drones, artificial intelligence, Blockchain, and so on — are just beginning to radically change how business operates – and government policy makers, regulators and legal decision makers are struggling to keep up. Over the next 10 years of tech progress, we’ll see even most business change and disruption than we’ve seen in the past 50. How will law department and law firms need to flex their traditional roles in the turbulent years to come? How does the legal professional need to think differently in the age of fake news, tweeting Presidents and divisive politics driven by this disruption?

Keynote Speaker: Ari Melber, Chief Legal Correspondent, MSNBC

10:45am – 11:15am

Exhibit Hall Break

EMERGING TECHNOLOGY SESSION

11:15 am – 12:15 pm

Deciphering Geek Speak for Lawyers


This session will cover the ways in which technology choices affect your business flexibility, including the critical legal technology stack, how to prioritize and make the right decisions, and real-world use cases and impact with Spotify’s General Counsel.

Speakers:
Erik Severinghaus
Chief Strategy Officer
springcm

Pamela Wickersham
Professional Services Engineering Lead
springcm

Teju Deshpande
Senior Director
Morae Legal

Stephen Scorziello
Senior Counsel
Spotify

EDUCATIONAL TRACKS

Area of Focus

Legaltech Track 1

Legaltech Track 2

Legaltech Track 3

Track Theme

CyberSecure
Continental Room 2

The Litigation Toolkit
Continental Room 3

Innovating Legal Technology and Delivering
Continental Room 4

11:15am – 12:15pm

The Emergence of Ransomware and Other Targeted Exploits: Prevention & Effective Response



When a Ransomware or targeted an attack hits, the target is left to make a judgment call in real time—to pay or not to pay? This session will dive into the key elements of an effective response plan, including training employees on how to report ransomware, escalation (what are the appropriate channels for escalation; who to involve), risk assessment, resources to supplement company efforts (for quick remediation), identifying the decider (who is authorized to make payment), disclosure of the attack to stakeholders, and periodic review of the response plan.

Speakers:
Jeewon Kim Serrato
Counsel and Co-head of the Global Privacy and Data Protection Practice
Shearman & Sterling LLP

Mark Danis
Vice President – Associate General Counsel
The Clorox Company

Roy Zur
CEO
Cybint Solutions

David Bustle
Director of Information Technology
Buchalter

Big Data Litigation 2.0

Storage is cheap, but in Silicon Valley, poor governance over vast pools of sensitive data can lead to unnecessary litigation and regulatory challenges. The new framework of Rule 37(e) provides an opportunity for counsel to more critically assess risk associated with data retention and make defensible business decisions that can benefit future litigation. Organizations are finding that it may be more risky to hoard stale data than it is to delete it. This session will encourage organizations to practice good data hygiene through IG policies that focus on securely maintaining data, only as long as necessary or required by law.

Moderator (invited):
Ben Hancock

Litigation Reporter
The Recorder & Law.com, ALM

Speakers:
Joan Washburn

Director of Litigation/eDiscovery Services
Holland & Knight

Peter Hsiao
Partner/ Head of the Environment and Energy Group, LA
Morrison & Foerster LLP

Mike Quartararo
Director of Litigation Support Services
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

Elizabeth Leland
Partner
Keller Rohrback LLP

New Roles in IT for Law Firms and Legal Departments

As technology used in the legal environment advances, the need to re-evaluate job roles and create new ones is inevitable. How do you identify what is next in legal and what technologies are driving these changes? What skills and roles will emerge to support them?

Moderator:
Gillian Glass
Director of Practice Support, Paralegals and Records
Farella Braun + Martel LLP

Speakers:
Brad Newman
Practice Innovation Manager / Staff Attorney
Cooley LLP

Juanita Luna
Director, Office of the General Counsel
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Law Department

Julian Tsisin
Legal Technology and Systems
Google Inc. Legal Department

12:15pm – 1:00pm

Exhibit Hall Break

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Beyond Encryption: Protecting Your Company’s Assets & Client Confidence



From massive breaches to fear of litigation and rising costs of e-discovery, the urge to retain large amounts of information has been tempered by evidence that holding data when not required can actively work against companies’ interests. While data encryption is a great step forward, a mere fact of storing too much sensitive client data significantly increases security risks and potential liability. How can law firms minimize the window of opportunity for attackers while enabling active communication in house and with the clients? This session will discuss how proactive ephemerality, or automatic data deletion, can help manage information security risks, support in-house and client collaboration while ensuring that no valuable communication lives beyond its useful life and intended recipients.

Moderator:
Joel Wallenstrom
CEO and President
Wickr

Speakers:
John Villasenor
Professor
UCLA School of Law

Jennifer DeTrani
General Counsel
Wickr

Wynter Lavier Deagle
Partner
Mintz Levin PC

Jessy Irwin
Vice President, Security + Privacy Consultant
Jessysaurusrex, LLC

Forensics 2.0

Collection of digital evidence is subject to different procedures and restrictions based on the type of legal matter. Increasingly, investigations are focusing on severs and log files, not just the hard drive. A comprehensive overview of electronic evidence can help advise on the merits of an investigation and expose threats that certain information can pose. This panel will cover the implications of current FBI attitude towards personal devices & devices outside the workplace as well as the role of early data assessment (EDA), which is crucial for effectively managing investigations.

Moderator:
Patrick Oot
Partner
Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

Speakers:
Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte
United States Magistrate Judge
United States District Court

Northern District of California

Peter Day
Vice President, Privacy and Data Security Counsel
Bank of the West

Kimberly Quan
COO and VP of Information Governance
Dragon Discovery

Jason Fry
Senior Forensics Specialist
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

O365 Lightening Round

A quick trip through Office 365! Come hear what components of O365 your peers in law firms and legal departments are using.

Speakers:
Troy Dunham
eDiscovery Program Manager
Adobe Systems Legal Department

Beau Mersereau
Director of Applications, Development and Support
Fish & Richardson P.C.

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Regulatory Update & Strategies to Manage Cyber Risk

The panel will discuss strategies that organizations must implement to guard against cyber intrusions, including the need to conduct thorough risk assessments. This will also cover how to implement and validate a strong enterprise-wide data security framework, and how to implement data governance initiatives that prevent common forms of data misuse, internally and with third parties.

Moderator:
Dan Pryor
Senior Account Manager
HighQ

Speakers:
Julie Engbloom
Co-chair, Privacy and Data Security Practice Group
Lane Powell PC

Eric B. Evans
Partner and Co-chair of Electronic Discovery & Information Governance practice
Mayer Brown

Matthew Todd, Ph.D
CSO and Vice President
Financial Engines

Steve Bunnell
Partner
O’Melveny & Myers LLP

Predictive Coding Deep Dive

As some continue to express concern about “black box” technology (i.e. the difficulty in explaining what goes on behind the scenes of software), a better understanding of how to measure, test and defend predictive coding results will improve litigation strategy. This panel will cover the two major metrics for measuring the efficacy of a predictive coding tool—precision and recall, both which can be measured through statistical sampling. Even though predictive coding technology is more widely accepted, maintaining a process that creates a strong audit trail will help create a highly defensible process.

Speakers:
David Cohen
Practice Group Leader, Records & E-Discovery
Reed Smith LLP

Ellen Blanchard
Managing Corporate Counsel, eDiscovery
T-Mobile

Tom Gricks
Managing Director
Catalyst

Riding the Wave of Change to Meet Client Needs More Efficiently

As pressure increases to innovate legal services, how can you use technology to transform how you meet client needs more efficiently? When incorporating these practices into your business strategies, what affect will this have on billable hours, new business development and overall revenue growth? Join us to hear stories and advice from law firms riding this wave of change to a prosperous future.

Moderator:
Gillian Glass
Director of Practice Support, Paralegals and Records
Farella Braun + Martel LLP

Speakers:
Justin Hectus
Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer
Keesal, Young & Logan

Eric Hunter
Director of Knowledge, Technology & Innovation Strategies
Bradford & Barthel, LLP

Scott Rechtschaffen
Chief Knowledge Officer
Littler Mendelson, P.C.

Wendy Riggs
Sr. Manager, eDiscovery and Litigation Operations
Twitter

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Emerging Laws Affecting Cross-Border Discovery

Counsel and data privacy professionals within organizations are struggling with a year of unparalleled volatility in cross-border Discovery. What is now required to process data? The fall of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework, the enactment of the General Data Protection Regulation and Brexit have led to constant and stringent changes in data privacy rules and regulations. The GDPR increases penalties for privacy violations to as much as four percent of a company’s annual global revenue. Navigating and understanding the implications of the new regulations will be crucial to successful cross-border data transfers.

Moderator:
Zach Warren
Editor-in-Chief
LegalTech News, ALM

Speakers:
Darin Sands
Co-chair, Privacy and Data Security Practice Group
Lane Powell PC

Whitney McCollum
Senior Corporate Counsel, Data Privacy
AECOM

David Cohen
Practice Group Leader, Records & E-Discovery
Reed Smith LLP

Authentication of Evidence 2.0

Practitioners should consider whether their eDiscovery collection and processing tools meet the requirements under Amendments to Rule 902 to authenticate electronic data. This panel will dive into what the amendments mean in terms of establishing best practice for collection and processing data to take advantage of the shortcut for authentication thereby reducing the likelihood of challenges to admissibility of evidence.

Speakers:
Dan Nichols
Of Counsel
Redgrave LLP

Ann Marie Gibbs
eDiscovery Counsel
AMG Discovery

Lea Malani Bays
Of Counsel
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP

Projects, Breakthrough and Efficiencies in Service Delivery

Hear from some of ILTA’s 2016 Distinguished Peer Award winners as they tell you about their experiences in delivering great business value through their innovations and implementations. These champions will share the good, the bad and the ugly of getting there.

Speakers:
Vedika Mehera
Legal Solutions Architect
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Chris Boyd
Senior Director of Professional Services
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC

Michael Callier
Attorney & Legal Process Strategist
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Beau Mersereau
Director of Applications, Development and Support
Fish & Richardson P.C.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Legalweek – Welcome Cocktail Reception

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

SUPERSESSION

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

An Introduction to Open Source Software Licensing & Compliance

With the proliferation of Open Source Software (OSS) in today’s development environment, recent court rulings holding organizations and their distributors accountable for open source licensing compliance, and the threat of unseen security vulnerabilities within OSS components, it is now crucial that organizations are not only aware of the OSS they’re using, but are proactively managing these components.

Join Andrew Hall, Attorney at Hall Law, during this webinar as he shares his experience and guidance for using open source, and best practices for managing security and legal risks.

Topics include:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of open source licensing
  • Distinctions between the different categories of open source licenses and the corresponding risks and obligations
  • Primary risks and benefits that drive company decisions involving open source

Andrew Hall
Attorney at Hall Law

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Just Enough Computer Science (and InfoSec!) for Lawyers

In this session, we will touch upon the basics of software development, the tools in use, Object Oriented programming issues, and other topics that often affect the IP status of a product. We will also walk through some of the most common Software Vulnerability and Information Security topics in order to demystify some of the elements of software development that affect your compliance and security reviews. Topics include:

  • Going from source code to deployed product
  • What is “linking” and why does it matter?
  • Decoding acronym soup (Repos, SDK, Jar, ISO, RPM, etc…)
  • Interfaces, SDKs, Object Oriented Issues and licensing issues
  • Deployment models: App Stores, OnPrem and SaaS
  • Vulnerabilities, CVEs and exploits

SPEAKERS: Jeff Luszcz VP of Product Management Flexera Software

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Panel Discussion: Open Source Issues for the Enterprise and Beyond

This panel will include discussion on how organizations are discovering their dependencies on third party software components, managing remediation due to license or security issues, working with their supply chain and ongoing management of their Open Source components and policies. To give the audience a broad view of the topic, our panelists will include senior level guests from Legal, Engineering, and R&D Operations.

Topics include:

  • Common compliance pitfalls
  • OSS & commercial license issues
  • Lessons from legal cases & the latest security vulnerabilities
  • Addressing OSS management across multiple departments
  • Remediation & fixing problems
  • Community expectations
  • Where and how OSS is used (M&A, internal software development, open source project governance, supply chain, etc.)

Moderator:
Jeff Luszcz

Andrew Hall
Attorney at Hall Law

Krishnan Dhandapani
Information Security Engineer
Wells Fargo

Bruce Carpenter
VP Internal Audit
Nvidia

Nissa Strottman
Associate General Counsel, Software and Open Source group
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Day Two – June 13, 2017

8:00am – 9:00am

Networking Breakfast in Expo Hall

9:15 am – 10:15 am

Legalweek Keynote – The Cybersecurity Landscape

Speaker:
M. K. Palmore, CISSP
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
FBI San Francisco – Cyber Branch

10:15 am – 10:45 am

Exhibit Hall Break

EMERGING TECHNOLOGY SESSION

10:45 am – 11:45 am

Neural Networks for Global E-Discovery? Using man and machine to process foreign language ESI

Panelists will share the evaluation methods, risk-and-budget models, workflows, and tools used for multilanguage eDiscovery.

Historically, options for processing foreign languages include: native reviewers, human translation, and machine translation. With new tools – such as neural machine translation and anonymization – come new approaches. In this discussion, panelists will share what decisions go into their unique man-and-machine methodologies.

Moderator:

Craig Stern
Director of Marketing
SYSTRAN Software, Inc

Panelists:

David Hetland
Director of E-Discovery Solutions
SYSTRAN Software, Inc.

Bryon Bratcher
Director of Practice Solutions
Reed Smith

Adam Muzika
Sales Manager, Legal
Donnelley Financial Solutions

EDUCATIONAL TRACKS

Area of Focus

Legaltech Track 4

Legaltech Track 5
Presented by ARMA

Track Theme

eDiscovery Innovation
Continental Room 2

2017: Information Governance Challenges and Solutions
Continental Room 3

10:45 am – 11:45 am

Best Practices for Managing eDiscovery in Office365



As more corporations move their enterprise data to the cloud, many choose to migrate to the Microsoft Office365 environment. This transition requires legal professionals—both in-house and at law firms—to adjust their current eDiscovery processes and workflows. In this program we’ll discuss how to use Office365 to support litigation and regulatory discovery, what to consider as you update internal eDiscovery programs, and what risks may arise for downstream processes and workflows.

Speakers:
Kelli Kosmatka
IT Litigation Support Manager
Rollin Braswell Fisher LLC

Julie Lewis
President & CEO
Digital Mountain

Brett Tarr
Counsel
Caesars Entertainment

Damon Reissman
Senior Manager
Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory

Update on Effects of Brexit on Privacy and Data Protection Considerations

Now that Brexit is a reality, organizations doing business or even serving customers in the United Kingdom are struggling to understand which data protection requirements they should follow and how. Technically the General Data Protection Requirements (GDPR) of the European Union will no longer apply to the UK. So what are organizations supposed to do if they are doing business not only in the UK but also in other EU countries? In this session, a panel of experts will walk the audience through the salient UK requirements, as well as the salient GDPR requirements. Based on this foundational set of sometimes disparate requirements, the panel will discuss best practices advice provided to clients facing the UK vs. EU compliance dilemma.

Moderator:
John Isaza, Esq., FAI
Partner
Rimon PC

Speakers:
Richard Hogg
Global GDPR Offering Manager
IBM

Ilona N. Koti
President Elect
ARMA International

11:45 am – 12:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Managing Expectations in a Government Investigation



A growing body of federal agency guidance seeks to incentivize companies and individuals to provide material assistance to the investigating agency. This session will discuss the role of ESI and e-discovery processes in government investigations, in particular government expectations in this area, what factors a company should consider when collecting and processing ESI, how to use the e-discovery process to positively engage the government, key e-discovery trends relevant to government investigations and any expected changes from the change in administration.

Speakers:
Lily N. Chinn
Managing Partner, San Francisco
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Michael Dicke
Partner, Securities Litigation/Co-chair of the Securities Enforcement Group
Fenwick & West LLP

Helen Bergman Moure
Principal
Lex Aperta PLLC

Data Disposition Strategies from the Trenches

Despite advances in technology and legal clarifications, organizations continue to struggle with hitting the delete button on back-up tapes. This is due in part to a grave misunderstanding of where the law currently stands on the issue, as well as legitimate concerns about inadvertent spoliation or the perception that it was intentional. In this session, without naming names, a panel of experts will walk the audience through the legal methodology and thought processes used to help clients reach a studied and vetted decision to finally hit the delete button.

Moderator:
John Isaza, Esq., FAI
Partner
Rimon PC

Speakers:
Richard Hogg
Global GDPR Offering Manager
IBM

Ilona N. Koti
President Elect
ARMA International

1:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 The Future of Analytical Strategies

Company data volumes and the costs to manage them continue to grow at exponential rates. The application of advanced analytical technologies and methodologies are helping to provide critical insight into data in effective, timely, and affordable ways. During this discussion, industry professionals will share their strategies and experiences using emerging tools, technologies, and workflows in various combinations to quickly and effectively understand populations of both structured and unstructured data to lead toward forward thinking in eDiscovery.

Moderator:
Bobby Malhotra
eDiscovery Counsel
Munger, Tolles & Olson

Speakers:
Kathleen McConnell
Senior Counsel, eDiscovery and Information Governance
Seyfarth & Shaw LLP

Thomas Barnett
Special Counsel, eDiscovery and Data Science
Paul Hastings LLP

Social Media: Ethics and Records Considerations

Social Media presents a host of challenges for organizations, not the least of which involve its impact on legal ethics and records retention considerations. In this session, John Isaza will lead a panel of experts who have contributed to a book he co-authored entitled A Handbook on Global Social Media Law for the Business Lawyer, scheduled for release in April of 2017 by the ABA. Contributing authors will walk the audience through legal ethics implications arising from a social media presence, including best practices on how to address those ethical concerns. A related topic of discussion will be the records that could arise from social media, including best practices on how to declare, classify and manage the resulting records.

Moderator:
John Isaza, Esq., FAI
Partner
Rimon PC

Speakers:
Richard Hogg
Global GDPR Offering Manager
IBM

Ilona N. Koti
President Elect
ARMA International

3:00 pm

Close of Conference

Speakers

Thomas Barnett

Thomas Barnett

Special Counsel, eDiscovery and Data Science, Paul Hastings

Lea Malani Bays

Lea Malani Bays

Of Counsel, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP

Ellen Blanchard

Ellen Blanchard

Managing Corporate Counsel, eDiscovery, T-Mobile

Chris Boyd

Chris Boyd

Senior Director of Professional Services, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC

Nicholas Bruch

Nicholas Bruch

Senior Analyst, ALM Intelligence

Steve Bunnell

Steve Bunnell

Partner, O’Melveny & Myers LLP

David Bustle

David Bustle

Director of Information Technology, Buchalter Nemer

Michael Callier

Michael Callier

Attorney & Legal Process Strategist, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

David Cohen

David Cohen

Practice Group Leader, Records & E-Discovery, Reed Smith LLP

Mark Danis

Mark Danis

Vice President - Associate General Counsel, The Clorox Company

Peter Day

Peter Day

Vice President, Privacy and Data Security Counsel, Bank of the West

Wynter Lavier Deagle

Wynter Lavier Deagle

Partner, Mintz Levin PC

Jennifer DeTrani

Jennifer DeTrani

Senior Forensics Specialist, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Michael Dicke

Michael Dicke

Partner, Securities Litigation/Co-chair of the Securities Enforcement Group, Fenwick & West LLP

Troy Dunham

Troy Dunham

eDiscovery Program Manager, Adobe Systems Legal Department

Julie Engbloom

Julie Engbloom

Co-chair, Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, Lane Powell PC

Eric Evans

Eric Evans

Partner and Co-chair of Electronic Discovery & Information Governance practice, Mayer Brown

Jason Fry

Jason Fry

Senior Forensics Specialist, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Ann Marie Gibbs

Ann Marie Gibbs

eDiscovery Counsel, AMG Discovery

Gillian Glass

Gillian Glass

Director of Practice Support, Paralegals and Records, Farella Braun + Martel LLP

Tom Gricks

Tom Gricks

Managing Director, Catalyst

Ben Hancock

Ben Hancock

Litigation Reporter, The Recorder & Law.com, ALM

Justin Hectus

Justin Hectus

Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer, Keesal, Young & Logan

Peter Hsiao

Peter Hsiao

Partner/ Head of the Environment and Energy Group, LA, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Eric Hunter

Eric Hunter

Director of Knowledge, Technology & Innovation Strategies, Bradford & Barthel, LLP

Jessy Irwin

Jessy Irwin

Vice President, Security + Privacy Consultant, Jessysaurusrex, LLC

John Isaza

John Isaza

Partner, Rimon PC

Daniella Issacson

Daniella Issacson

Senior Analyst, ALM Intelligence

William Kellermann

William Kellermann

CIPP/US/Electronic Discovery & IG Counsel, Hanson Bridgett LLP

Kelli Kosmatka

Kelli Kosmatka

IT Litigation Support Manager, Rollin Braswell Fisher LLC

Ilona N. Koti

Ilona N. Koti

President Elect, ARMA International

Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte

Hon. Elizabeth D. Laporte

United States Magistrate Judge United States District Court, Northern District of California

Elizabeth Leland

Elizabeth Leland

Partner, Keller Rohrback LLP

Julie Lewis

Julie Lewis

President & CEO, Digital Mountain

Adam Long

Adam Long

Director of Content, UniCourt

Juanita Luna

Juanita Luna

Director, Office of the General Counsel, Pacific Gas and Electric Company Law Department

Bobby Malhotra

Bobby Malhotra

eDiscovery Counsel, Munger, Tolles & Olson

Tom Martin

Tom Martin

Founder, LawDroid

Whitney McCollum

Whitney McCollum

Senior Corporate Counsel, Data Privacy, AECOM

Kathleen McConnell

Kathleen McConnell

Senior Counsel, eDiscovery and Information Governance, Seyfarth & Shaw LLP

Vedika Mehera

Vedika Mehera

Legal Solutions Architect, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Beau Mersereau

Beau Mersereau

Director of Applications, Development and Support, Fish & Richardson P.C.

Helen Bergman Moure

Helen Bergman Moure

Principal, Lex Aperta PLLC

Brad Newman

Brad Newman

Practice Innovation Manager / Staff Attorney, Cooley LLP

Dan Nichols

Dan Nichols

Of Counsel, Redgrave LLP

Patrick Oot

Patrick Oot

Partner, Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP

Dan Pryor

Dan Pryor

Senior Account Manager, HighQ

Kim Quan

Kim Quan

COO and VP of Information Governance, Dragon Discovery

Mike Quartararo

Mike Quartararo

Director of Litigation Support Services, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

Kiran Raj

Kiran Raj

Partner, O’Melveny

Scott Rechtschaffen

Scott Rechtschaffen

Chief Knowledge Officer, Littler Mendelson, P.C.

Damon Reissman

Damon Reissman

Senior Manager, Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory

Wendy Riggs

Wendy Riggs

Sr. Manager, eDiscovery and Litigation Operations, Twitter

Darin Sands

Darin Sands

Co-chair, Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, Lane Powell PC

Jeewon Kim Serrato

Jeewon Kim Serrato

Counsel and Co-head of the Global Privacy and Data Protection Practice, Shearman & Sterling LLP

Brett Tarr

Brett Tarr

Counsel, Caesars Entertainment

Matthew Todd, Ph.D

Matthew Todd, Ph.D

CSO and Vice President, Financial Engines

Julian Tsisin

Julian Tsisin

Legal Technology and Systems, Google Inc. Legal Department

John Villasenor

John Villasenor

Professor, UCLA School of Law

Joel Wallenstrom

Joel Wallenstrom

CEO and President, Wickr

Zach Warren

Zach Warren

Editor-in-Chief LegalTech News, ALM

Joan Washburn

Joan Washburn

Director of Litigation/eDiscovery Services, Holland & Knight

Sarah Zhao

Sarah Zhao

Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

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