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Fresh Strategies from
                                                                             eDiscovery Experts:

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    Edward Rippey, Partner COVINGTON
Main Conference Day ONE                                                                           TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009
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7th Annual eDiscovery Conference


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7th Annual eDiscovery Conference

  1. 1. Fresh Strategies from eDiscovery Experts: BECHTEL CORPORATION CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. DEL MONTE FOODS COMPANY FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION Examining eDiscovery Issues from Legal, IT, GOOGLE, INC. Compliance & Records Management Perspectives INTEL CORPORATION KRAFT FOODS April 27-29, 2009 • Le Meridien San Francisco LEHMAN BROTHERS HOLDINGS San Francisco, CA INC. Hear from the leading eDiscovery law firms, in-house LOCKHEED MARTIN experts, government officials, judges and software CORPORATION vendors on the key issues including: MCDONALD'S CORPORATION Exploring eDiscovery solutions Best practices for systemized • • PACTIV CORPORATION while minimizing costs keyword searches PURDUE PHARMA LP Strategic approaches to record Dealing with data security and • • management privacy laws when conducting RAND INSTITUTE FOR CIVIL eDiscovery JUSTICE (ICJ) Document review outsourcing • eDiscovery in large, complex • SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS eDiscovery readiness planning: litigation • AMERICA, INC. How corporate law departments are dealing with ediscovery The future of eDiscovery • SAN FRANCISCO SUPERIOR COURT Comparing in-house vs. outsourced • ediscovery management TYCO INTERNATIONAL (US) INC. The judicial perspective • PLUS: Earn CLE SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC. Protecting the attorney-client • credits by attending! privilege: Federal Rule of TIVO INC. Evidence 502 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ANTITRUST DIVISION Sponsors: U.S. DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS U.S. DISTRICT COURT, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA Media Partners: U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK To register call: 416-597-4727 or email VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS
  2. 2. We would like to thank our advisory board members: Edward Rippey, Partner COVINGTON & BURLING LLP Albert Barsocchini, Assistant General Counsel, GUIDANCE SOFTWARE INC. Keith Lipman, Director, Legal Solutions, INTERWOVEN, INC. Dear Colleague: David H. Schultz, Manager, Legal Cost, cost, cost. The current econ Technologies Consulting (Western omic climate is forcing companies to look for ways to cut expenses whereve United States), KROLL ONTRACK r possible. Proactive eDiscovery solu tions are expensive but what is the alter native? You can’t afford to ignore US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, the problem until faced with a litigation hold. So what are your options? U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK At IQPC’s 7TH eDiscovery conferen ce, the top executives/visionaries from all facets of the industry will reveal thei Patrick Oot, Director of Electronic r strategies for managing the chal lenges of eDiscovery. Discovery & Senior Litigation Counsel, VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS Hear from: In-house corporate counsel discussin • g their best practices for meeting the challenges of managing electronicall Who Will Attend? y stored information while also managing the associated costs In-House Counsel Partners from leading law firms offe • • ring their views on eDiscovery Leading software vendors showcasin General Counsel • • g the various solutions available Judges and government officials offe • Senior Counsel • ring their perspective on emerging issues as well as pinpointing their VP Legal expectations • Chief Legal Officers • At this conference, you will learn: Director of Legal Affairs • Proactive strategies for record man • agement: Storing ESI properly in the Chief Technology Officers first can save you a lot of time and mon • ey in the long run What are the latest global privacy IT Professionals • • issues, data security laws and regu lations you need to be aware of Compliance Managers • How to manage the explosion of • corporate email and e-data Records/Document Managers • Specific cost control options: Outsour • cing legal review, reviewing softwar Chief Information Officers • e options, using temps in-house Directors of eDiscovery • The benefits of educating in-house • counsel to manage eDiscovery Litigation Support Personnel What exactly is expected by the judic • • ial side Cutting edge software solutions • Litigators • What the future of new technolo • Outside Counsel Specializing In: gies and web 2.0 will mean for your eDiscovery process Litigation • eDiscovery • IQPC’s 7TH eDiscovery conference build s on the overwhelming success of Compliance • our series of eDiscovery events. We orga nize large-scale legal eDiscovery even ts annually; New York in December Computer Forensic • and this one on the West Coast in April. Legal Technology • These events are well-know industry- Judges • leading events, bringing together corporate counsels, judges, governm ent officials, leading law firms, soft And more! • ware vendors and other solution provider s to discuss the challenges of eDis covery and the best practices for meeting those challenges. Earn CLE credits: We look forward to welcoming you to San Francisco and the 7TH eDiscove ry conference. IQPC will seek CLE accreditation in those states requested by registrants (post Sincerely, conference) which have continuing education requirements. This is subject P Don forget to sign up .S. ’t to the rules, regulations and restrictions for the comprehensive dictated by each individual state pre-conference workshops. organization. Application for Lisa Ringlen accreditation of this course or program Se e page 5 for more Senior Conference Director in all CLE approved states is currently IQPC, Inc. information. pending. For Financial Aid Policy information and to request CLE credits, please indicate so when calling to register: 1-800-882-8684, or on the online registration form. To register call: 416-597-4727 or email 2
  3. 3. Main Conference Day ONE TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2009 Registration and Coffee Where’s the best place to start? What investments give you the best return 7:15 • and deliver the greatest impact? Opening Remarks • What challenges are you facing with international cases and how are you 8:00 meeting those challenges? Day One Chair: Brian H. Karney, Chief Operating • What have you learned over the past year to make you more prepared for Officer, ACCESSDATA CORPORATION potential litigation? Exploring eDiscovery Solutions While Minimizing Costs Panel Leader: 8:15 Steve Fink, Advanced Solutions Development, HP INFORMATION How can you cut down on the costs of reviewing massive amounts of MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE documents? Panelists: • Vendor management Theresa Beaumont, Discovery Counsel, GOOGLE, INC. • Use of different software options to review docs Tanya Hunter, Director of eDiscovery, INTEL CORPORATION • Using technology to streamline discovery & reduce costs Larry Denny, Associate General Counsel & Sr. Director, TIVO, INC. • Reducing the cost of eDiscovery through automated processes • Using temps: What is the downside? Networking Luncheon 1:00 • Off-shoring: Outsourcing document review to India and other countries Comparing In-House Vs. Outsourced eDiscovery Management 2:00 • Use of stipulations and negotiations to limit scope of eDiscovery One of the major challenges facing many corporations right now is the • Use of targeted ESI collections to reduce processing and review costs decision to either invest in internal IT or use outside consultants/ specialty Panel Leader: firms. What is the best option for your organization? Why? Michael Duffy, Vice President, Legal Services, MINDCREST • Making the case for in-sourcing litigation technology: What are the Panelists: benefits? Karla Wehbe, Information Resources Manager, BECHTEL • Which option will save you time and money over the long run? CORPORATION • Managing an eDiscovery team in house Gene Stavrou, Associate Director of Records Management, KRAFT • Collaboration between in-house and outside counsel: Managing the FOODS relationship; what are the roles of each? Mary L. Smith, Partner, SCHOEMAN, UPDIKE & KAUFMAN LLP and • Exploring in-house vs. outside models Former Senior Litigation Counsel, TYCO INTERNATIONAL (US) INC. Mark E. Michels, Managing Attorney, CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. Strategic Approaches To Record Management Patrick Oot, Director of Electronic Discovery & Senior Litigation 9:15 Counsel, VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS How you store and manage documents and other electronic information in the first place can have a big impact on how much time The Judicial Perspective 3:00 and effort you will need to expend in recalling that information. With Hear from a panel of judges at the federal and state level the explosion of corporate email, instant messages and text messages, • What exactly do they expect? how are corporations dealing with the need for e-storage space? As the • In a post-Qualcomm patent infringement case world, what is the baseline amount of e-data continues to grow, more time will be required to for eDiscovery? search. What can your corporation do ahead of time to ensure the data • Judicial case law trends is available and accessible? Honorable Richard Kramer, State Judge, SAN FRANCISCO SUPERIOR • Exploration of retention and purge policies and how to best COURT implement them Honorable Robert B. Collings, US Magistrate Judge, U.S. DISTRICT • The impact of thorough information management on eDiscovery COURT, DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS • How to better other processes (i.e. records management, enterprise content Honorable Elizabeth D. Laporte, US Magistrate Judge, U.S. DISTRICT management) in-house to more cost effectively manage eDiscovery COURT, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA • Auditing and enforcing compliance in a systemized repeatable fashion Honorable Andrew J. Peck, US Magistrate Judge, U.S. DISTRICT • Record retention requirements and issues with searching voice COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK recording tapes and recorded conference calls • Migration into an RM system Networking Break 4:00 • Best practices for data retention and litigation hold policies Cheryl Strom, Sr. Manager, Records Information Management, Government Officials Sound Off On eDiscovery 4:30 MCDONALD'S CORPORATION Here from the FTC, DOJ, and other government agencies regarding the state Deirdre Brekke, Assistant General Counsel, PACTIV CORPORATION of litigation compliance. Hanifa A. Baporia, Assistant General Counsel, SUN • Where is litigation going? MICROSYSTEMS, INC. • Problem areas 10:15 Networking Break • Responding to government investigation David C. Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, FEDERAL TRADE 11:00 Document Review Outsourcing COMMISSION Tracy Greer, Trial Attorney, Networks & Technology Enforcement Join our panel discussion on the ins and outs, nears and fars, of Section, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ANTITRUST DIVISION document review. From outsourcing, off-shoring and near-shoring to the recent bar association opinions; this panel will focus on challenges The Legal And Economic Implications Of Electronic Discovery 5:30 and solutions to demystify document review outsourcing. Topics to be Identifying the most important legal and economic implications of included in the conversation are: eDiscovery and evaluate how eDiscovery affects and is affected by • ABA and other Bar association opinions technology, costs, business practices, legal outcomes, and public policy. • Outsourcing, off-shoring and near-shoring • Current state of eDiscovery law • Pricing models • Impact of eDiscovery on litigation outcomes • Budget accountability • The costs of eDiscovery • Scope management • Forward-looking review of emerging technologies • Drivers and resistors • Evaluation of Federal Rules Diane Barrasso, Principal, DELOITTE FINANCIAL • Assessment of effects of eDiscovery on business practices ADVISORY SERVICES LLP Carrie Mallen, Owner, Director of Information Governance, 12:00 eDiscovery Readiness Planning: How Corporate Law EDISCOVERY RESPONSE TEAM Departments Are Dealing with eDiscovery James N. Dertouzos, Senior Economist, RAND INSTITUTE FOR CIVIL JUSTICE (ICJ) Managing eDiscovery as part of your overall corporate governance • Kris Pribadi, Legal Consultant, KROLL ONTRACK, INC. strategy How are corporate law departments reconciling eDiscovery needs with • Networking Cocktail Hour 6:30 business needs? Review of best corporate practices for managing eDiscovery, both • internally and through outsourcing Funding: How do you get your organization to pay for it? • To register call: 416-597-4727 or email 3
  4. 4. Main Conference Day TWO WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2009 Registration and Coffee Best Practices For Systemized Keyword Searches 8:00 2:00 There have been several cases criticizing key word searches that were not Opening Remarks & Day One Recap 8:30 well-explained to the court. Currently, there is a split on the ethical issue of Albert Barsocchini, Senior Director and Assistant the standards for searching for metadata in materials produced in discovery. General Counsel, GUIDANCE SOFTWARE, INC. • Creating a defensible search strategies for litigation • Judicial criticism of keyword search: What exactly is acceptable? Best Practices For Conducting A Privilege Review 8:45 • Comparing alternative search technology: clustering, Bayesian A privilege review can be both expensive and risky if not done correctly. Classifiers, Taxonomies / Ontologies Knowing the do’s and don’ts can help litigators avoid costly mistakes. Keith Lipman, Director, Legal Solutions, INTERWOVEN, INC. • Creating privilege logs Dealing With Data Security And Privacy Laws When • Managing privilege reviews in global corporations: The challenges of 3:00 Conducting Ediscovery disparate language and country • Jurisdictional differences in log content Interplay between eDiscovery and data security laws: Implications of large scale • Best practices eDiscovery cases and what happens when data security laws are violated. • Judicial perspective • Overview of data privacy and security laws Michelangelo Troisi, Senior Counsel & Director of Risk • How are international privacy laws impacting eDiscovery? Management, SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. • Different laws in different countries: How can you stay up-to-date on all Honorable Andrew J. Peck, US Magistrate Judge, U.S. DISTRICT of them? COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK • The challenge of educating in-house counsel • Avoiding data breaches and IP theft Protecting The Attorney-Client Privilege: Federal Rule Of 9:45 • How to mitigate the risk of lawsuits from data security breaches Evidence 502 • Government laws (i.e. SS Protection Act, SB-1386) vs. commercial sector Beyond the basics of the newly amended FRE 502: What specifically mandates (i.e. PCI DSS) does it mean for your eDiscovery processes? David C. Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, FEDERAL • Privilege & inadvertent production waiver: Claw-backs and quick-peeks TRADE COMMISSION • FRE 502 Amendments in relation to Victor Stanley Case Networking Break • Understanding the process of preventing waiver of privilege 3:45 Martin T. Tully, Partner, KATTEN MUCHIN ROSENMAN LLP eDiscovery In Large, Complex Litigation Cassandra George, Attorney, PURDUE PHARMA LP 4:15 Patrick Oot, Director of Electronic Discovery & Senior Litigation What are the keys to managing complex litigation including class action • Counsel, VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS cases? • How to control costs 10:45 Networking Break • What to expect Panel Leader: 11:15 eDiscovery In The Financial Sector Edward Rippey, Partner, COVINGTON & BURLING LLP With financial Institutions cutting back on everything, how will they Panelists: be able to maintain proper eDiscovery? Will we see a rash of Skye Lynn Perryman, Associate, COVINGTON & BURLING LLP eDiscovery cases in the wake of down-and-out financial corporations? Michelangelo Troisi, Senior Counsel & Director of Risk Gregory R. Witczak, Vice President & Director of eDiscovery, Management, SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. LEHMAN BROTHERS HOLDINGS INC. The Future Of eDiscovery 5:15 12:15 The Pros And Cons Of Off-Shore Document Reviews Electronic means of communication and information sharing are in a constant Sending your documents to India, Indonesia and other far-off destinations. state of development and advancement. What will new technologies mean to • Legal and ethical concerns your eDiscovery processes? How will increased corporate usage of all things • Preserving corporate confidences and secrets when documents are electronic impact your ability to manage, store, recall and process data and shipped overseas for review ultimately impact your bottom line? This discussion will focus on some of the • Exploring what options are available issues you will be faced with in the future including instant messaging, • Outsource agreements texting, Web 2.0 and other emerging issues. • Violation of the new European Union right to privacy Angeline G. Chen, Associate General Counsel, LOCKHEED MARTIN Scott T. Rickman, Associate General Counsel, DEL MONTE FOODS CORPORATION Kris Pribadi, Legal Consultant, KROLL ONTRACK, INC. Networking Luncheon 1:00 Conference Concludes 6:15 About Our Sponsors Founded in 1997, Guidance Software is recognized worldwide as the industry leader in AccessData has pioneered digital investigations for twenty years, providing the technology that computer investigation solutions. Its EnCase® solutions provide the foundation for both empowers law enforcement, government agencies and corporations throughout the world to law enforcement and corporate enterprise investigations that enable corporate, perform thorough computer investigations with speed and efficiency. AccessData's in-house government and law enforcement agencies to conduct effective computer investigations of all types, respond eDiscovery solution enables organizations to preview, search for, analyze, process and forensically preserve only promptly to eDiscovery requests, and conduct rapid and thorough internal investigations involving digital potentially relevant ESI in an automated and cost effective manner—all from a central location. Website: evidence, all while maintaining the forensic integrity of the data. More than 20,000 investigators depend on EnCase software, and nearly 4,000 investigators attend Guidance Software’s forensic methodology training annually. Validated by numerous courts worldwide, EnCase is also frequently honored with top security awards Interwoven helps more than half of the Am Law 100 firms—as well as a number of Fortune from eWEEK, SC Magazine, Network Computing and others. Website: 500 corporations—significantly streamline and simplify eDiscovery with an “always on” hosted service called Interwoven Discovery Mining. HP is the world's largest technology company, with annual revenues of $104.3 billion. HP's Software Easy to use with nominal training • Division is the 5th largest software organization globally. HP's Information Management Software Sophisticated and interactive culling and filtering capabilities—gets you to more relevant data more rapidly • portfolio is expanding to help customers keep pace with exploding data and information Scalable to handle large volumes of electronically stored information • requirements. The HP Integrated Archive Platform is the only enterprise class total solution - including software, Advanced features to accelerate the review and assessment processes • hardware, and services to manage email, file, and databases, providing an essential foundation for electronic The Results: better outcomes with predictable timelines and costs. discovery and regulatory compliance initiatives maximizing your IT investments. Covington & Burling LLP represents clients in cutting-edge technology, litigation, white-collar Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP defense, transactional, governmental affairs, international, life sciences and other matters. In Deloitte Discovery responding to the needs and challenges of our clients, our lawyers draw upon the firm’s expertise and experience in a In a complex business dispute or regulatory investigation, all companies face one broad array of industries to provide solutions to difficult, complex, and novel problems and issues, whether in litigation, certainty: the discovery process. Whether you’re a litigation attorney at a law firm or in-house counsel at a transactions, or regulatory proceedings. corporation, responding to a discovery request involves a myriad of complex requirements for proper data collection, processing, hosting, review and production. The number of responsive documents can range from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP is a full-service, national law firm with over 650 attorneys in more than hundreds to millions, and each responsive, non-privileged document must be produced in an efficient, secure, 40 areas of practice. Katten's Electronic Discovery and Evidence Practice is comprised of experienced, “e- easily accessible manner. To this end, Deloitte Discovery, a continuum of discovery services, helps counsel and savvy” Katten attorneys who strive to stay ahead of the curve with respect to the evolving law, best companies control the costs and mitigate the risks associated with the discovery process. For more information practices, and technologies concerning a host of electronic discovery and evidence issues. The Practice's attorneys on how Deloitte Discovery can streamline your discovery process email advise and counsel clients on achieving and maintaining eDiscovery preparedness as well as navigating state and federal court requirements and disputes regarding digital discovery and electronic evidence. Kroll Ontrack provides technology-driven services and software to help legal, Mindcrest is a pioneer and leader in the offshore legal services area and the LPO of choice for corporate and government entities as well as consumers recover, search, analyze, Fortune 500 corporations and top law firms. Established in 2001, Mindcrest has 475+ attorneys produce and present data efficiently and cost-effectively. In addition to its award-winning suite of software, Kroll based in Chicago, Mumbai and Pune. Our comprehensive portfolio of services include document Ontrack provides data recovery, advanced search, paper and electronic discovery, computer forensics, ESI review and management, contracts management, legal analytics, compliance and legal research. In addition, our deep consulting, and trial consulting and presentation services. domain expertise, mature delivery model, client focused approach, business philosophies and culture would make 4 Mindcrest the ideal partner to help leverage the onshore/offshore model.
  5. 5. Registration Pre-Conference Workshops Information MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2009 NOTE: In-House Corporate Counsel includes legal and technology Workshop A experts within corporations, not including outside counsel, How To Evaluate eDiscovery Vendors: Finding The consultants, and vendors. IQPC reserves the right to enforce 8:00 am – 11:00 am Truth When Everyone Is Screaming eDiscovery pricing on the basis of company type. 7:15 am Registration Please note that multiple discounts cannot be combined. This session will walk you through how to evaluate Discover how these critical capabilities can deliver • eDiscovery vendors for each phase of the eDiscovery dramatic ROI A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not process. You will learn what the critical capabilities are, Learn how to evaluate eDiscovery vendors to find accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. • how to maximize your investment, and how to sift the right solution for you MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC through the sales talk to get to the truth. Session Walk away with a detailed set of product evaluation • attendees will also walk away with a detailed set of criteria * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add product evaluation criteria. Workshop Leader: Brian H. Karney, Chief 6% sales tax. Learn which critical capabilities your eDiscovery Operating Officer, ACCESSDATA CORPORATION • TEAM DISCOUNTS solution must have For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied per Workshop B registrant. Pre-Trial Preparation And Cross Examination Of The Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are 11:15 am – 2:15 pm Corporate 30(B)(6) Witness available for the non-profit sector, government organizations and 11:00 am Registration academia. For more information, please contact customer service at 1-800-882-8684. This course is approved for California MCLE credit Proactive approaches to identifying qualified • Legal overview witnesses alternatives to deposition mock deposition • Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: Current challenges / cross • JPMorgan Chase Witness obligation Examination Q and A • • Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 Witness preparation Workshop Leader: Albert Barsocchini, Senior • ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Witness deposition topics Director and Assistant General Counsel, • Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the Proactive approaches to identifying qualified witness GUIDANCE SOFTWARE, INC. • event number: 10393.006 Alternatives to deposition • Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshment and detailed conference Workshop C Ediscovery In A Down Economy: Achieving materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. For IQPC’s Litigation Readiness While Cutting Costs & 2:45 pm – 5:45 pm Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, please Improving Outcomes 2:30 pm Registration visit Venue: In today's litigious environment, enterprises are How building scalable enterprise information • Le Meridien San Francisco bombarded by mountains of data, shortened court- management and eDiscovery capabilities can 333 Battery Street appointed deadlines and skyrocketing eDiscovery make your company more quot;litigation-readyquot; and San Francisco, CA 94111 costs. Data volumes are doubling every 18 months allow you to evolve in a changing business and Reservations 866-837-4184 and enterprises have never been more challenged. eDiscovery environment No matter where your organization is in its Additional eDiscovery quot;best practicesquot; other Attendees of the 7th eDiscovery conference will receive a reduced • eDiscovery readiness journey, this workshop can successful organizations are implementing to room rate of $227/night inclusive of taxes. The rate is available help. In this session we will explore: improve outcomes, avoid pitfalls and reduce costs until April 3, 2009 subject to availability. How your organization can lay a broad How your organization can achieve the balancing • • Note: Contact hotel for direction and transportation suggestions. foundation for eDiscovery readiness that can act of cutting costs, protecting the business, and grow with you preparing for the future Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please Concrete steps that allow you to proactively Workshop Leaders: • contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your address records management and eDiscovery Steve Fink, Director, Advanced Solution specific needs. readiness rather than taking a reactive approach Development, HP SOFTWARE ©2008 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and How the recent economic downturn will impact David Cohen, Partner, Co-chair - eDiscovery • arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. your eDiscovery compliance and governance Analysis & Technology (e-DAT) Group, K&L Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham strategies going forward GATES LLP Act and common law principles. What are the real risks and threats of eDiscovery Dean Gonsowski, Vice President, eDiscovery • and how do you minimize those risks, while Services (former General Counsel), CLEARWELL maximizing cost savings and auxiliary benefits, SYSTEMS such as better records management? Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Pricing Sponsorships and Exhibits are excellent opportunities for your company to showcase its products and services to high-level, Standard Pricing Register by 3/6/09 Register by 4/3/09 Standard Price targeted decision makers attending eDiscovery 2009. 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  6. 6. International Quality & Productivity Center REGISTRATION CARD 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 YES! Please register me for ❑ Conference + 1 Workshop ❑ Conference + 3 Workshops ❑ Conference + 2 Workshops ❑ Conference Only See Page 5 for pricing details. Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Name__________________________________ Job Title ________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________ Approving Manager______________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City__________________________________State______________Zip___________ Phone________________________________Fax_______________________________ 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: E-mail__________________________________________________________________ ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. Web: 1 ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IQPC) 2 Call: 416-597-4727 ❑ Charge my __Amex __Visa __Mastercard __Diners Club Email: 3 Card #____________________________________Exp. Date___/___ Fax: 1-646-378-6025 4 5 Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer can be found on Mail: IQPC preceding page. 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 ❑ I cannot attend, but please keep me informed of all future events. 10393.006/D/NP Hard-Hitting Strategies from eDiscovery Experts: BECHTEL CORPORATION CISCO SYSTEMS, INC. DEL MONTE FOODS COMPANY FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION GOOGLE, INC. INTEL CORPORATION KRAFT FOODS LEHMAN BROTHERS HOLDINGS INC. LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION MCDONALD'S CORPORATION PACTIV CORPORATION PURDUE PHARMA LP Examining eDiscovery Issues from Legal, IT, RAND INSTITUTE FOR CIVIL JUSTICE (ICJ) Compliance & Records Management Perspectives SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. SAN FRANCISCO SUPERIOR COURT TYCO INTERNATIONAL (US) INC. April 27-29, 2009 SUN MICROSYSTEMS, INC. PLUS: Earn CLE TIVO INC. Le Meridien San Francisco credits by attending! U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, ANTITRUST DIVISION San Francisco, CA U.S. DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS U.S. DISTRICT COURT, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA Sponsors: U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS