Wednesday, March 9, 2022

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Microsoft Advanced eDiscovery Technical Deep Dive

Let's talk tech! In this session, Microsoft's eDiscovery engineering team will take you in a technical deep-dive through using Advanced eDiscovery, including the latest product updates and how the product continues to scale and grow. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding the technical functionality and best practices for AeD
  • Familiarizing the legal audience with the M365 Compliance portal's integrations
  • How to get started with AeD


  • Jonathan Monheit,  eDiscovery Program Manager
  • Nick Robinson, Principal Program Manager – Microsoft
  • Stefanie Bier, Senior Program Manager – Microsoft

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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Microsoft eDiscovery / Compliance and the partner ecosystem

With Advanced eDiscovery, organizations can discover data where it lives, and manage end-to-end eDiscovery workflows with intelligent, machine learning, and analytics capabilities to reduce data to the relevant set – all while the data stays within the Microsoft 365 security and compliance boundary. With Microsoft Graph APIs for Advanced eDiscovery, we are enabling automation, extensibility, and scalability through APIs. Now our partners (and customers) can use these APIs to build on top of our Compliance and AeD platform. In this panel discussion, we will have our partners talk about integrations that they are building using Microsoft’s Graph APIs for AeD and the value they enable for our broad ecosystem.


  • Hammad Rajjoub, Director, Compliance and Privacy Ecosystem
  • Jessica Barker, Head of Strategic Tech Partnerships

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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM | One Microsoft Solution for Legal

Learn about how Microsoft can help you empower your organization through digital transformation. Microsoft can help legal services transform with confidence.


  • Alan Gibson, Director, Legal & Compliance Innovation at Microsoft

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Thursday, March 10, 2022

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Show Me the Data: 7 Keys to a Successful Metrics Program

Many law departments struggle with starting a metrics program. This session will address:

  • How to overcome the most common challenges of building a legal metrics program that translates data into outcomes
  • Cover the 7 keys for designing a legal metrics program that specifically meets your legal departments challenges
  • Creating sample dashboards that can be quickly implemented to demonstrate value

Eyal Iffergan, Managing Director, Legal Business Advisory, Epiq
Peter Eilhauer, Managing Director, Spend Solutions, Epiq

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Preventing Trade Secret Theft: How to Stop Departing Employees from Misappropriating Corporate Assets

Nearly 80% of employees take sensitive data with them when they leave their jobs. Do you know what information escapes your company when employees join a competitor or start their own business? During this one-hour presentation, our panel of legal technologists, forensic experts and trade secret litigators will discuss proactive measures companies can take to reduce trade secret theft, how advanced information governance technologies auto-identify and protect trade secrets, the role of the forensic practitioner in corralling data loss before it gets too far.

Dan Meyers, President, Consulting and Information Governance - Transperfect
Jon Langton, Director, Forensic Technology and Consulting (FTAC) division - TLS
Jennifer J. Sosa, Esq

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1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Practicing Contracting with AI: Ethical Considerations for the AI-Enabled Practice Legal Tools

This program is intended to deliver a primer on modern Contract Lifecycle Management Technology and how Contract Analytics improves decision making through increased insight and smarter planning. Additionally, this program will dive in the ethics of artificial intelligence in the Legal profession, including the ethical considerations for practicing with AI.

Eyal Iffergan, Managing Director, Legal Business Advisory, Epiq
Beth Anderson, Director of Contract Solutions, Epiq

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Review By Any Other Name: Cyber Review vs. eDiscovery Document Review

The panel will discuss the peculiarities of Cyber Incident Response Review, from document processing to creating a notification list. They will explore the differences between a post-breach notification list creation review and an eDiscovery data production review, including review population identification, review processes and procedures, and designing your review with an eye toward the final output.

Speaker:  Emily Johnston, Global Managing Director, Epiq

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Friday, March 11, 2022

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM | Why Law Practices Need a Security and Compliance Automation Platform [a.k.a. a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) Platform]

The key to success is knowing what your SIEM's capabilities are and how they can better serve your organization. We will start with the type of data a law firm ingests and how that would be different with a SIEM.  We will discuss what you should expect from your current Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), or demand if you're buying a new SIEM. We will also cover the types of on-demand reports you should require in the platform and how you can comply with PCI DSS requirements.

Speaker: Tim Evans, Co-Founder and SVP, Chief of Strategy  - Adlumin

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