Three members of the LTEC’s advisory board announced today are some of the most respected specialists in the eDiscovery industry today. 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 eDiscovery throughout Europe. Sasha Hefler is the former President of the Masters Conference and the President of Strategic Brands on Fire, a public relations and branding firm specializing in start-ups and re-branding of legal corporations and law firms.
“LTEC’s advisory board will collaborate on ways in which to further improve management of the information life cycle for the benefit of the legal community worldwide through education,” said Frederick Gyebi-Adabio, Managing Director of eDiscovery Europe. “As experts in the realm of eDiscovery, our advisory board members are considered to be role models in the legal world internationally."
The topics of the congress will cover civil and criminal procedures relating to electronic evidence. Plenary sessions, panel discussions and workshops will be included in the educational program 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.
“I am very pleased to be a part of the advisory board of the LawTech Europe Congress, the first-ever Eastern European legal technology conference”, said George Rudoy, Founder & CEO of Integrated Legal Technology, a legal technology consultancy offering extensive international eDiscovery advice among other services. “The past eight years of my eighteen year career have been primarily dedicated to the ever-complex field of International eDiscovery and its growth beyond the often talked about EU and UK challenges. The upcoming LawTech Europe Congress in Prague will provide a unique opportunity to focus on the legal technology challenges of the countries of Eastern Europe as well as their relevance to the recent EU efforts to include Eastern European countries in the data protection reform. The location of the conference is an added bonus as Prague is commonly referred as the hidden European gem.”
About LawTech Europe Congress:
LawTech Europe Congress's mission is to create cutting edge legal technology educational forums that address three core areas which are e-discovery, forensics and e-crime prosecution. These disciplines are in the forefront within organizations globally and LTEC’s guiding philosophy is to embrace solutions to empower law firms and corporations to reduce risk, limit the potential for expensive litigation exposure and to increase overall competence within the legal industry. This philosophy is vital in generating significant awareness for legal professionals and the organizations they support. Delegates will be engaged throughout our events with advanced topic panel sessions, hands on workshops, roundtable discussions and private demonstrations of the latest e-discovery solutions. Our company strategically focuses on best practices and how they fit into upholding a high level educational structure. LawTech Europe Congress has set out to provide relevant solutions and advice to legal professionals today.