9th E-Discovery Conference

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"Since 2009 saw a trend towards more judicial oversight, companies will have to balance concerns of judicial sanctions with the need to institute and maintain more reliable eDiscovery processes and IT systems for identifying, storing, preserving, reviewing and producing potentially relevant electronic evidence.

The rapid growth of electronically stored information in 2009 is assured to accelerate in 2010. The question now becomes how to perfect those systems and policies, how to perform better keyword searches, and how to evaluate newer and more efficient technologies.


Highlights of the eDiscovery 2010 Program Include:
Reduce your costs with alternative pricing models and fee structures
Benchmark your preservation and destruction processes against best practices
Perfecting the roles of the eDiscovery project management team
New interactive roundtable discussion groups
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9th E-Discovery Conference

  1. 1. EARN CLE CREDITS! Learn the Best Review, Retention and Destruction Listen to Practice Tips Procedures to Cut Costs and Response Time from Participating Organizations: February 24-25, 2010 • Millennium Broadway Hotel U.S. Magistrate Judges SEC New York, NY FINRA DOJ Marsh & McLennan Companies Program Highlights and Practice Tips include: Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc Barclays Capital The Bank of New York Mellon • Impact of Key Regulations and Cases and Advice on MetLife Avoiding Sanctions Pali Capital • Real Life Practices for Building a Corporate E-Discovery Response Citigroup Team and Communicating and Enforcing Policies and Procedures Celadon Financial Group, LLC • Overcoming the Risks Involved in Operating a Global Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP Organization and Coping with Multinational Regulatory QuisLex Requirements AccessData TIAA-CREF • Negotiating the Vendor Contract: Structuring Terms and Cohen Milstein Sellers Pricing Models & Toll PLLC Pomerantz Haudek Grossman & • Handling E-Discovery During Insolvency, Bankruptcy or Restructuring Gross LLP • Risk Containment of E-Discovery in Securities Fraud and CIT Group Inc. Derivatives Litigation Automatic Data Processing, Inc. JP Morgan Chase • Expediting E-Discovery in Employment Lawsuits and Protecting Banc of America Securities LLC Employee Privacy FTC • Social Networks, VOIP and Other Non-Traditional Methods Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP of E-Discovery Barclays Capital Market Makers Swiss Reinsurance America Corporation Goldman Sachs Hausfeld LLP Sponsors: Recommind Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP ARMA New York Law School TM University of Akron School of Law Thomson Reuters AND MORE! www.eDiscoveryEvent.com/Finance
  2. 2. List of Speakers: • Honorable David J. Waxse, U.S. District Court Judge, District of Dear Colleague, Kansas • Honorable John J. Hughes (Ret.), U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey An unprecedented upheaval in finan cial markets has led to one of the • Honorable Ronald J. Hedges, Former United States Magistrate corporate history. In the face of such most turbulent periods in Judge, District of New Jersey uncertainty and rapid change, finan respond immediately. The burden cial corporations must • Allison L. Brecher, Senior Litigation Counsel and Director of falls on legal, information security, departments to ensure the best revie record retention, and IT Information Management & Strategy, w, retention, and destruction polic Marsh & McLennan Companies successful e-discovery team can mitig ies and procedures. A ate the costs of e-discovery, reduce • Gregory Witczak, VP and Director of e-Discovery, Lehman extraneous data, and avoid sanctions the volume of Brothers Holdings Inc and other judicially imposed penalties. • Salvatore S. Bisignano, Vice President, Corporate & Operational IQPC’s 3rd E-Discovery Conferen Risk, Barclays Capital ce for Financial Services is targe leaders in the financial industry to ted solely to thought • Alexander H. Shapiro, Managing Director and Senior Managing help you face the greatest challenge Counsel, The Bank of New York Mellon economy. We have specifically tailo s in e-Discovery in a down red the agenda to the financial serv • Joanne R. Lane, Director – e-Discovery Strategy and Litigation focusing on e-discovery issues spec ices industry, ific to mergers and acquisitions, finan Support, MetLife securities and derivatives litigation, cial investigations, Christoph J. Roggenkamp, Legal and Electronic Discovery bankruptcy and restructuring, emp • and complex litigation and global loyment law, class-actions Consultant, Pali Capital and multi-jurisdictional litigation. We risks of preparing, preserving, and will highlight the unique • Ronald Gray, General Counsel, EVP & General Counsel, submitting e-discovery in each finan International Cards, Citigroup to the best practice tips to combat cial sector and expose you these hazards. • Bradley L. Mirkin, Esq., Chief Operating Officer & General Counsel, Celadon Financial Group, LLC As financial corporations look to new methods of strengthening their busin • Maria R. Mauro, Esq., Chief Compliance Officer, Barclays of competition, and increasing profi esses, keeping ahead Capital Market Makers t margins they must evaluate the adva disadvantages of in-sourcing versu ntages and • Brian Karney, Chief Operating Officer, s outsourcing. Multinational corporati e-discovery solutions to economic ons must discover global Accessdata Corporation globalization. Learn how to draft and Wayne C. Matus, Partner and National e-Discovery Leader, wide policies and procedures for reten implement company- • tion and destruction of international Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and protect personal information data, how to identify of overseas employees, when to segre • Jason Elizaitos, Director of Information Technology, Fairfield foreign data to reduce risk, and whic gate domestic and Greenwich Group h national and foreign regulatory requirements to follow. • David Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, FTC Don’t miss the valuable opportuni • Linda Riefberg, Vice President and Chief Counsel, FINRA ty to participate in our highly inter conference workshops, where you active and informative • Tracy Greer, Trial Attorney, Networks & Technology Enforcement will be able to exchange ideas with Section, DOJ intimate and informal setting. your peers in a more • Julie G. Reiser, Partner, Securities Fraud/Investor Protection and Civil Rights & Employment Practice Groups, Cohen Milstein I look forward to seeing you this Febru Sellers & Toll PLLC ary in New York at IQPC’s 3rd E-Dis Services Conference! covery for Financial • Jason S. Cowart, Partner, Complex Shareholder and Antitrust Litigation, Pomerantz Haudek Grossman Best Regards, & Gross LLP • Albert C Hilber, Senior Claims Counsel – Director, P.S. This event is geared Swiss Reinsurance America Corporation • G. Jeffrey Boujoukos, Regional Trial Counsel, Philadelphia towards the entire Region, SEC • Regan Adams, Former General Counsel, Goldman Sachs Marie-Louise Adlercreutz e-discovery team—make • Deborah A. Reperowitz, Senior Vice President, Chief Litigation Counsel, CIT Group Inc. Divisional Director-Finance sure to bring your • Len Robinson, Director – Forensic Investigations, Automatic Legal and Pharma IQ Data Processing, Inc. IQPC colleagues along! • Justin M. Kletter, Assistant General Counsel, Equity Sales and Trading, Banc of America Securities LLC • Joshua Fine, Manager of Information Technology, Law and E- Discovery, TIAA-CREF Who You Will Meet: • • Megan Jones, Partner, Hausfeld LLP Craig Carpenter, General Counsel, Recommind In-House Counsel & Corporate Regulatory Experts and U.S. Magistrate Judges • Matthew H. Eisenberg, Senior Manager, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Professionals: • Professor Bernadette B. Genetin, Associate Professor of Law, • Litigation Outside Counsel Specializing In: University of Akron School of Law • Regulatory Affairs • Litigation • Bernadette Bollas Genetin, Associate Professor of Law, The • Compliance • Litigation Support University of Akron School of Law • Privacy • E-Discovery • Sirisha Gummaregula, COO, Quislex • Litigation Support Professionals • Documents Management/Records Management • Michael Dalewitz, Professor of eDiscovery, New York Law • E-Discovery Professionals • Compliance School • Documents/Records Management • Computer Forensics • Honorable Frank Maas, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York Professionals • Legal Technology • IT/Legal Professional • And more! • Michael Dalewitz, Professor of eDiscovery, New York Law School • Matthew H. Eisenberg, Senior Manager, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP Top 10 Reasons to Attend • • Fred A. Pulzello, MBA, CRM, Treasurer, ARMA International Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr, Court of Chancery, Delaware 1 Reduce costs and risks of e-Discovery 7 Master global and multi- AND MORE! jurisdictional litigation 2 Increase productivity and limit overheads management techniques, including by implementing the best technology solutions to international data privacy, security and transfer Special Thanks to Our 3 Foster cooperation between legal, IT, Advisory Board: compliance and vendors Address the challenges of social 4 Learn about the latest decisions and rules 8 networking sites and other Edward H. Rippey, Partner and Co-chair of the E-Discovery Practice Group, Covington & Burling LLP emerging technologies Salvatore S. Bisignano, Vice President, Corporate & 5 Avoid sanctions by implementing a Operational Risk, Barclays Capital protocol for identifying, preserving, and 9 Gain outsourcing options and the and valuable insights on in-sourcing Wayne C. Matus, Partner and National eDiscovery Leader, collecting electronic records and enforcing a Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP litigation hold strategy trend towards global sourcing Ronald Gray, General Counsel, EVP & General Counsel, International Cards, Citigroup Network with leaders in the financial 6 Advice on preparingto covermeet to for the Martin T. Tully, Partner and Chair of Electronic Discovery & 10 industry and benchmark your Evidence Practice, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and confer - what and how handle privilege and waiver issues progress Craig Carpenter, General Counsel, Recommind 2 Register Today! Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.ediscoveryevent.com/finance
  3. 3. Main Conference Day One Wednesday, February 24, 2010 A 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM 7:45 AM Registration & Coffee Mitigating the Risks of Mergers and Acquisitions The unprecedented level of mergers and acquisitions has disrupted the normal • Migrating, managing and maintaining electronic data course of business at many financial institutions, causing major upheavals in • Cybersecurity of a merging counterpart and protecting data online operations and personnel. In the face of these activities, counsel must balance compliance concerns with resource constraints. How You Will Benefit: • Learn how to manage incompatible data systems What We Will Cover: • Establish a framework to communicate and monitor new policies • Evaluating accountability issues • Prepare your company to defend against future liabilities stemming from defective • Inheriting the responsibility of preserving ESI of new and departed employees • Integrating different data systems products, employee benefits or terminations, or environmental damage • Placing relevant data and metadata under a litigation hold • Preservation vs. abandonment: tackling the costs of keeping non-business Workshop Leader: Christoph J. Roggenkamp, Legal and Electronic Discovery Consultant, Pali Capital essential hardware, access software and data 9:30 Registration and Coffee Moderator: Matthew H. Eisenberg, Senior Manager, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP 10:10 Chairman’s Welcome & Opening Remarks Panelists: Gregory Witczak, VP and Director of eDiscovery, Lehman Brothers 10:20 Weathering a Stormy Economy: The Regulatory Forecast Holdings Inc • Highlights of key regulations affecting e-discovery and how they are impacting the financial services industry Salvatore S. Bisignano, Vice President, Corporate & Operational Risk, Barclays • Structure and regulatory responsibilities of different agencies, roles within each Capital agency, and how to best interact with them in proceedings involving e-discovery Joanne R. Lane, Director – eDiscovery Strategy and Litigation Support, MetLife • Applying the same privilege rules to e-discovery proceedings involving the government as those applied to private citizens Alexander H. Shapiro, Managing Director and Senior Managing Counsel, The • Effect of new “red flag” requirements for financial institutions and creditors on e- Bank of New York Mellon discovery and implementing a program that detects, prevents and mitigates risks that are prevalent in identity theft 3:00 Outsourcing Document Review: Saving Solutions You • Discussing the impact of the amended discovery rules on the second request Can Bank On process • Advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing and global sourcing • Identifying the components of an effective overall electronic information • Partnering with the right vendors that understand your concerns management, retention and destruction strategy for companies with potential • Variables to consider when establishing a document review budget antitrust concerns • Creating quality control procedures • Resolving concerns about privacy and information security • Reviewing the latest tools and technologies Moderator: Craig Carpenter, General Counsel, Recommind Panelists: Len Robinson, Director – Forensic Investigations, Automatic Data Linda Riefberg, Vice President and Chief Counsel, FINRA Processing, Inc. David Shonka, Principal Deputy General Counsel, FTC and/or Richard Cleland, FTC Andrew Goodman, Executive Director Litigation Services, Quislex Tracy Greer, Trial Attorney, Networks & Technology Enforcement Section, U.S. Sreeram Gutti, Senior Program Management, Thompson Reuters Department of Justice, DOJ G. Jeffrey Boujoukos, Regional Trial Counsel, Philadelphia Region, SEC 3:50 Networking Break 11:10 Networking Break 4:20 Globe Trekking Issues and Conflicts • Crossing international borders: coping with different national and multinational 11:30 Don’t Strike Out in Court: Avoiding Sanctions and Hitting a regulatory requirements (ex. German Data Protection Law, The Hague Convention Grand Slam on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial Matters, The EU Data • Latest decisions on the affect of FRCP and Fed Rule of Evidence 502 on e-discovery Protection Directive with its Safe Harbor approach or the French Blocking Statue) • Case management of ESI under current pleading standards and FRCP • Overcoming the risks involved in operating a global organization and the benefits • Recent decisions on collection and production of ESI by corporate entities in segregating data • Protecting personally identifiable information: EU v. U.S. perspectives on privacy Moderator: Honorable Ronald J. Hedges, Former United States Magistrate Judge, • Drafting global document retention and destruction policies District of New Jersey • Searching foreign data: challenges and solutions Panelists: Honorable David J. Waxse, U.S. District Court Judge, District of Kansas Moderator: Regan Adams, Former General Counsel, Goldman Sachs Honorable John J. Hughes (Ret.), U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of New Jersey Ronald Gray, General Counsel, EVP & General Counsel, International Cards, Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr, Court of Chancery, Delaware Citigroup 12:20 Luncheon Wayne C. Matus, Partner and National e-Discovery Leader, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP 1:10 Keeping Count as State Laws Multiply Albert C Hilber, Senior Claims Counsel – Director, Swiss Reinsurance America • Survey of state approaches to e-discovery • New York e-discovery rules and the laws of other states, including Texas and Corporation California • State adoption of Fed Rule of Evidence 502 5:10 The Madoff Factor: Taking Stock of E-Discovery in Securities Fraud and Derivatives Litigation Panelists: Honorable Ronald J. Hedges, Former United States Magistrate Judge, • Types of fraud and regulatory record keeping requirements District of New Jersey • Duty to preserve: triggers and safeguards (obstruction of justice provision in Honorable Frank Maas, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Southern District of New York Sarbanes Oxley, instituting a litigation hold and issuing notice to involved employers) Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr, Court of Chancery, Delaware • Problems with ESI in mortgage-backed securities versus credit default swaps • Cost-effective ways to search derivatives contracts and electronic trading records Professor Bernadette B. Genetin, Associate Professor of Law, University of • Containing risks of a corporate internal investigation and implementing cost- Akron School of Law effective in-house strategies 2:10 Real Life Practices for Building a Corporate Maria R. Mauro, Esq., Chief Compliance Officer, Barclays Capital Market Makers E-Discovery Response Team Len Robinson, Director – Forensic Investigations, Automatic Data Processing, • Identifying who needs a seat at the table: Defining roles and coordinating functions Inc. • Fostering partnership and bridging the communication gap between Legal, IT, and other functional areas Justin M. Kletter, Assistant General Counsel, Equity Sales and Trading, Banc of • Getting buy-in/sponsorship and ensuring accountability America Securities LLC • Establishing standardized e-discovery processes and implementing a methodology to evaluate success Fred A. Pulzello, MBA, CRM, Treasurer, ARMA International • The impact of technology and vendor selection • Role of IT staff who could be called as witnesses 6:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Day 1a 3 Register Today! Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.ediscoveryevent.com/finance
  4. 4. Main Conference Day Two Thursday, February 25, 2010 8:00 Registration & Networking 11:10 Coordinating E-Discovery in Class Actions: Can’t We All Agree? 8:45 Chairman’s Welcome & Opening Remarks • Impact of CAFA and other federal and state regulations • Determining a reasonable production budget and allocating costs 9:00 Handling E-Discovery During Insolvency, between parties Bankruptcy or Restructuring • Best methods for data preservation and implementing, • E-discovery challenges specific to bankruptcy litigation and monitoring and enforcing a litigation hold • Best case management techniques: Rule 23 class certification making proper use of the relevant bankruptcy code sections requirements and pleading standards after Iqbal • Fraud allegation or claim for substantive consolidation • Agreeing on a common search method and search terms • Dealing with consultants and restructuring • Ethical duties of counsel before, during, and after class action • Loss of financial resources and human resources litigation • Searching bankruptcy records: best tools • Advantages and disadvantages of arbitrating class actions Panelists: Jason S. Cowart, Partner, Complex Shareholder and Antitrust Deborah A. Reperowitz, Senior Vice President, Chief Litigation Litigation, Pomerantz Haudek Grossman & Gross LLP Counsel, CIT Group Inc. Julie G. Reiser, Partner, Securities Fraud/Investor Protection and 9:50 Labor Pains: Expediting E-Discovery in Employment Civil Rights & Employment Practice Groups, Cohen Milstein Lawsuits Sellers & Toll PLLC • Deciding on amount of time companies being sued should Matthew H. Eisenberg, Senior Manager, Deloitte Financial anticipate keeping data Advisory Services LLP • Accessing records of employees in foreign locations • Making sure document retention and disposal policy complies 12:00 Social Networks and Other Non-Traditional with internal/external employment policies Technology: The New Face of Electronic Discovery • Managing email communications containing confidential • Regulations/guidance already in place on using new technologies employee information and what direction requlators are moving given precedents • Understanding how international employment policies and wage • Corporate risks of participating in social networking sites laws interact with those in the U.S. in e-discovery proceedings • Formulating corporate policies for use of social networking sites • Creating internal protocols for communicating policies for legal • Methods for collecting/searching postings relevant to e-discovery holds to employees and securing retention of data in the case of • VoIP and the ramifications for storage, archiving and retrieval-- Unified new hires, transfers and terminations Messaging (UM) system UM vendors have not typically developed • ESI preservation steps to take upon terminating of employment their products with an eye toward meeting court requirements • Challenges involved in cloud computing and where data resides • Employer reach over electronic devices privately owned by • Discussion of privacy and ethical implications of using emerging employees to search for company ESI technology Allison L. Brecher, Senior Litigation Counsel and Director of Moderator: Martin T. Tully, Partner and Chair of Electronic Information Management & Strategy, Marsh & McLennan Discovery & Evidence Practice, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Companies Panelists: Bradley L. Mirkin, Esq., Chief Operating Officer & Joshua Fine, Manager of Information Technology, Law and E- General Counsel, Celadon Financial Group, LLC Discovery, TIAA-CREF Regan Adams, Former General Counsel, Goldman Sachs 10:40 Networking Break Michael Dalewitz, Professor of eDiscovery, New York Law School 12:50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks 1:00 Networking Luncheon 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 1:45 PM Registration & Coffee D Early Case Assessment Strategies and Pitfalls of Disjointed Collection What We Will Cover: stored information (ESI) • The disparate collection techniques and their potential pitfalls (and • How to collect the ESI in a standardized manner that is defensible benefits) and resistant to challenges • Ethics issues related to early (pre-litigation) searches and discovery • How to review the ESI quickly to make an educated assessment of • Devising sophisticated keyword search criteria to focus on key aspects of the company's exposure and the merits of the case a potential litigation • How to conduct pre-Rule 26(f) conference searches in order to cut • Recent case law regarding keyword searches discovery costs • Recent case law on preservation and spoliation Workshop Leaders: What You Will Learn: Brian Karney, Chief Operating Officer, AccessData Corporation • How to exploit existing tools to identify potentially relevant electronically Phil Goodin, Vice President Litigation Services, United Lex CLE Credits Available: IQPC will seek CLE accreditation in those states requested by registrants (post conference) which have continuing education requirements. This is subject to the rules, regulations and restrictions dictated by each individual state organization. Application for accreditation of this course or program in all CLE approved states is currently 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. 4 Register Today! Call 1-800-882-8684 or visit www.ediscoveryevent.com/finance
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