May 14 - 17, 2012
The eDisclosure landscape is changing. New requirements under Practice Direction 31B. Formal cost management in litigation. The new EU Data Privacy Directive. New streams of evidence through social media. All of this coupled with unprecedented economic pressures, data proliferation and an ever increasing number of regulatory investigations in a heightened risk management environment.

The time has come for all legal departments to ensure they have an airtight information governance and eDisclosure strategy in place that protects their organisation’s immediate and future legal, regulatory and operational requirements.

IQPC’s 7th Annual Information Governance and eDisclosure Summit is back once again and better than ever! This year’s forum will give you the latest updates on what your eDisclosure obligations are, and how you can meet them cost effectively.

-Formulate effective information governance strategies that manage multijurisdictional information demands
-Minimise your company’s exposure to regulatory and judicial penalties
-Developing a more collaborative relationship with IT
-Facilitate internal compliance reviews during investigations
-Reconcile litigation and regulation requests with data privacy obligations
-Use the latest project and cost management techniques to hold eDisclosure to standards of cost-efficiency like any critical business process
-Identify the practical implications of US and European regulatory enforcement activities
-Understand the importance of document retention policies in litigation and regulatory investigations
-Deal with increased judicial management and the role of technology in the courtroom
-Develop the policies and systems required to ensure compliant safeguards during any cross–border dispute or investigation
-Improve information management to support your organisation’s immediate and future regulatory, legal, risk and oper


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