International Challenges to E-Discovery: LawTech Europe Congress 2012

by Suzie on January 30, 2012 · 0 comments

in Corporate Counsel,Legal Technology,Practice Management

If you’ve been involved in international civil or criminal proceedings, you might have had trouble obtaining potentially relevant materials. This is no surprise because some countries are very protective of their or their citizens’ privacy. Additionally, others don’t enforce or don’t have relevant laws.

LawTech Europe Congress 2012 is a conference dedicated to the discussion of the challenges and possible solutions, mainly standardizing processes across all countries and finding ways to insure cooperation. With approximately 700-1000 attendees, several distinguished speakers, and 30-40 exhibitors, this conference will be Europe’s biggest and most far-reaching event on e-discovery and computer forensics.

For  additional information about the conference, how to register, or how to become a Sponsor or Exhibitor, please visit the LawTech Europe Congress website. If you would like the Attendee Brochure or the Sponsor/Exhibitor Packet, please request by posting a comment.

For further information about the challenges of international e-discovery, please see the following:

  1. International Privacy Laws for a list of privacy laws by country
  2. Private International Law for a good description
  3. How Blocking Statutes Affect International E-Discovery for info about laws that block discovery

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