iCONECT Development, LLC, a world leader in litigation support and eDiscovery software, announces today that Ian Campbell, Chief Business Development Officer, will be speaking at IQPC’s Information Retention & eDiscovery Exchange conference in Munich November 14-16, 2011.
Campbell will be speaking on “Workflows Surrounding Multilingual International Litigation – helping to identify the order in which new technologies can be applied to the litigation process for maximum effectiveness.” His session will cover:
• Quantifying the need for law firms and corporations to managing case data and those who access it;
• ASCII versus Unicode: What is the difference and why it matters;
• How to manage multiple languages in a single document;
• Tips for streamlining review by global reviewers;
• Machine-versus-human translations: How to determine which is right for each case.
“IQPC’s Information Retention & eDiscovery Exchange provides a good forum for corporate and law firm leaders to learn about the hot topics in eDiscovery and eDisclosure,” said Campbell. “iCONECT is presenting on the topic of multilingual international litigation because we have experience in handling cases for clients that span borders and languages and that need to comply with multiple regulatory agencies.”
iCONECT recently announced its nXT litigation support software has Mobile Review capability, a hot issue for firms and companies in the EU. Mobile Review provides the framework for successful litigation projects that require compliance with additional laws and regulation, namely but not limited to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) and the EU Directive on Data Protection and Safe Harbor Privacy Principles. It offers AMLAW 200, Global 1000, government agencies, and legal service providers the ability to efficiently and effectively manage discovery and review, regardless of where the data or litigation support team resides.
At iCONECT, Campbell is responsible for sales operations and business development, product lifecycle development, legal service provider (LSP) relations and partner relations. A key priority is cross-marketing the company’s products and services to the legal, medical, government, corporate and insurance industries. With more than 12 years of strategic product development in the litigation support field, Campbell has consulted on major international legal projects to help firms achieve their long-range business goals. He is a frequent industry spokesperson, sharing his experiences and expert commentary with audiences for the American Bar Association, LegalTech, ILTA, AIIM, IQPC, Marcus-Evans and other legal and management groups around the world.
IQPC’s Information Retention and eDiscovery Exchange brings together general counsel, heads of legal IT, information and document management, litigation, compliance and eDiscovery to discuss the latest tools and strategies for ensuring they are properly positioned — and protected — for what lies ahead as they face new, complex legal and technical challenges.
About iCONECT Development, LLC
For more than a decade, iCONECT Development, LLC (iconect.com) has provided litigation support solutions that help law firms, corporate legal departments, government agencies and legal service providers reduce the excessive costs and process inefficiencies associated with e-discovery. As an in-house tool or hosted by a worldwide network of Legal Service Providers, iCONECT’s software, expertise and support is trusted by 83 of the AmLaw 100 law firms, Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and Magic Circle firms for document review, mergers and acquisitions, and domestic and international multi-party cases. The company is based in Washington DC, with offices in Los Angeles and London, Canada.
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