LTEC2014 Judges Panel to Compare E-Disclosure/Discovery in the US, the UK, and Continental Europe

The second day of LawTech Europe Congress 2014 includes an all-new Judges Panel discussion on the similarities and differences between e-disclosure/discovery in the US, the UK, and Continental Europe. This session will add great value to this conference on electronic evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and law office technologies.

Prague, Czech Republic, August 01, 2014 --( Chris Dale, who runs The eDisclosure Information Project, will moderate a panel of judges chosen for the diverse nature of their courts and jurisdictions at this year's LawTech Europe Congress. Judges are the ultimate authority when it comes to legal procedure including those related to e-disclosure/discovery and legal technologies. That makes this panel session invaluable to all delegates attending this unique conference on electronic evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and law office technologies.

Delegates can expect the following discussion topics from these four highly respected and well-known judges.

Judge Jan Podaný represents the "home team," talking about the challenges facing courts in the Czech Republic. Judge Dory Reiling from Amsterdam will tell of her plans to run several courts fully electronically by 2015. Judge Simon Brown and Judge John Tanzer from the UK will talk about pending developments in the UK and about the need to involve judges in any plans to move towards electronic case management in UK courts. US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck is well known for his management of electronic discovery, including US discovery demands made abroad. He also has experience of working in US courts with an electronic filing system.

Between them, these judges will give delegates plenty to think about.

"We are very pleased to provide such a distinguished and knowledgeable panel of judges," said Frederick Gyebi-Ababio, Director of LawTech Europe Congress. "The opportunity to obtain insight from them, the key decision makers for courtroom procedure, will be invaluable to our delegates."

Chris Dale is looking forward to his judicial panel. He said, "this is an opportunity for a local audience to hear from judges who are knowledgeable about the use of technology both for the purposes of court administration and to help parties make their cases run efficiently and cost-effectively."

About LawTech Europe Congress:
LawTech Europe Congress' mission is to create a cutting edge forum that addresses four core areas; digital evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and legal technology. These disciplines are at the forefront of organisational thinking. LTEC’s guiding philosophy is to embrace solutions to empower corporations, law firms, and government institutions to limit the potential exposure to legal, financial, and reputational risks and to increase overall competence around these topics. Delegates will be engaged throughout our events with advanced topic presentations, panel discussions, practical demonstrations, and an array of latest solutions from credible exhibitors. This event 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 all professionals interested in the future of digital evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and law office technologies.
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