Sunday, August 23, 2015

ILTA Conference: Sessions of Note (Part 2)

Another group of ILTA sessions worth a look:

Successfully Selling an Information Governance Program
September 1 (11am – 12:30 pm. Roman Ballroom I. #ILTACON #056)
  • What is the secret to selling the idea of implementing an information governance program at your organization? A panel of experts will discuss the business drivers relevant to getting people on board, including key indicators of success.
  • Featuring:
    • Beth Chiaiese, CRM - Foley & Lardner LLP
    • Rudy Moliere - Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, L.L.P.
    • Sharon Keck - Polsinelli PC

The Client’s Perspective on Maintaining Data Security Aug 31 (1pm – 2pm. Milano Ballroom III. #ILTACON #016)
  • Confidential information faces greater security threats than ever before, and the dangers to lawyers and their firms are significant. Sophisticated attacks can come from many sources, including hackers, cybercriminals, economic spies or trusted insiders who are dishonest, bored or simply fooled by a clever malware program. What do your clients think about the way you protect their data? This program will include the voice of the client to help law firms and law departments understand and address client concerns about data security and confidentiality.

Handling Lateral Lawyers and Matter Transfers in a World of Mergers and Movement
September 3 (11:00am – 12:00 pm. Milano Ballroom III. #ILTACON #143)
  • Lawyers are moving from firm to firm to capitalize on legal practice innovations, regional relationships and professional advancement. Here we'll present a fresh view on some of the latest issues facing law firms when lawyers cut ties, including who "owns" non-traditional content (such as Web posts or calendar items), whether the firm should consider retaining copies of any materials, how to handle a departure that is less than amicable, what technologies can make the division of content more precise and timely, and more!
  • Featuring:
    • Rudy Moliere - Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, L.L.P.
    • Charlene Wacenske - Morrison & Foerster LLP
    • Julie J. Colgan - Nuix
    • Al Pica - Ropes & Gray
    • Leigh Isaacs - White & Case LLP

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