The topics of the congress will cover civil and criminal procedures relating to electronic evidence. Plenary sessions, panel discussions and workshops will also be included in the programme in order to open discussion about cross-border data transfers and privacy, emerging technologies, electronic evidence focusing on the CEE, as well as many other related topics.
Talking about the Congress, Frederick Gyebi-Adabio, Managing Director of E-Discovery said:
“We are very pleased that we have achieved our aim of being ready to open registration for the Congress before the end of March. With some sponsors already in place and a full list of high-calibre speakers confirmed, we are hoping to see a great deal of interest from both the international and local communities.”
Speakers at the Lawtech Europe Congress include some of the most respected specialists in forensics, e-crime prosecutions, and e-discovery. In particular, the recently confirmed George Rudoy, the founder & CEO at Integrated Legal Technology, LLC, and Chris Dale, author of the e-Disclosure Information Project, are both highly-respected experts in e-discovery throughout Europe.
The Congress follows on the success of similar events, such as LegalTech in New York and LawTech Futures in London, and is expected to attract Czech and international law firms, technology firms, regulatory bodies, technology experts and law schools who will, for the first time ever, have the opportunity to discuss e-discovery topics within the region and framework of Central and Eastern Europe.
To find out more about the Lawtech Europe Congress 2012 please go to http://www.lawtecheuropecongress.com/
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Central and Eastern Europe's largest and most wide-reaching annual event
held in Prague, covering E-discovery, Computer Forensics, Digital Investigations, and Governance. This is a Legal IT Conference and Exhibition with a difference.