2018 Agenda Highlights
More than 500 members of the international e-discovery community joined us at Relativity Fest London 2018. If you missed the event last year—or just want a refresher—watch the 2018 keynote recording and learn about the sessions offered.
Opening KeynoteWatch the Video
TAR Active Learning Overview
In this overview of our new active learning Assisted Review workflow, we walked through a project’s setup, administration, and workflow, and showed you how to decide between this new active learning approach or sample-based learning Assisted Review. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
Going Cloud: How to Tackle the 5 Biggest Hurdles to Transforming Your Business
You’re on board for transitioning your e-discovery practice to SaaS with RelativityOne—now how do you bring along the rest of your organisation? In this session, we discussed the top barriers organisations tell us they face to making the change, and offered ideas to address them. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
Rules, Regulations, and Roles: The Law and Your Part in the e-Disclosure Process
From a potential new disclosure rule for England and Wales to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affecting Europe and beyond, new rules and regulations are changing the duties and the roles of the participants in the e-disclosure process. Senior judges and rule-makers on both sides of the Atlantic have called for more judicial "stewardship" of the discovery/disclosure process, but many judges have resisted taking on this role. With the UK’s GC100 calling for comprehensive change in the disclosure process, what other legal professionals could see their roles change? Will judges in the UK become more active in the disclosure process, and will lawyers cooperate more? Mr. Justice Birss joined United Kingdom and international experts to apply the rules and regulations to your role.
All Roads Lead to e-Discovery: Luncheon & Panel Discussion
This panel discussion featured women pioneers who have paved a career path in the legal technology industry. Attendees mingled with their fellow legal technologists and learned tips from our speakers as they shared their stories, challenges, triumphs, and outlook on our ever-changing industry.
Get Fluent in Multilingual Case Prep
A case involving multiple languages gets complicated quickly—and often means navigating unexpected hurdles. Even when you know you’ll have international custodian data, you still need to determine how best to prepare your case workflows for a successful review. In this session, you heard from speakers who shared their real life experience and how they prepared for multilingual cases, overcame common obstacles, and managed different workflow considerations. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
RelativityOne: Your Secure Cloud Solution
This session offered an overview of RelativityOne security features, Azure security features, and how they protect your data. Presenters demonstrated our processes and technology for managing and maintaining access management, secure configurations, intrusion detection and prevention, encryption and more with experienced industry practitioners. Attendees left with a better understanding on how to better utilise cloud software to secure your environment. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
Your GDPR Last-Minute Preparation Checklist
In preparing for the 25 May effective date of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the old adage, “People, Process, and Technology”, provides useful guidance. Whether it’s discovery and disclosure technology platforms, personnel training programs, or the use of legal frameworks, this panel of legal technology professionals shared what they and their clients and partners are doing to prepare for the GDPR, as they presented a last-minute preparation checklist to help you be ready for 25 May.
Seamless & Streamlined: Comprehensive Case Management
Discover ways to move beyond standard linear review: we showcased features that can help you store key case details, organise your collected data, and communicate progress through visuals and reports, all within the same workspace. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
Data Protection in a Cloud World
Security is a hot topic in the industry, but it can be a nebulous one that triggers fear of the unknown. Panelists addressed common data protection misconceptions and outline security considerations for moving your data to the cloud.
The Relativity Developer Experience team offered an update on our latest improvements to the Relativity Platform. As a developer, you want a good process for building apps so you can focus on delivering business value quickly. In this session, we reviewed common patterns for setting up an effective ADS development solution. Topics included: setting up a Visual Studio build workflow; versioning; which assemblies to include in your application; source code management; latest Relativity developer tools; and more. We also highlighted recent improvements to ADS that'll make your life easier. Access to materials provided, including session workbook, source code, and other information so you can engage and learn at your own pace afterward. Attendees received 2 RCE credits.
International Disclosure, Data Privacy, United States v. Microsoft, & the CLOUD Act
On 25 April 2014, United States Magistrate Judge James Francis IV issued a memorandum and order in the so-called “Microsoft Dublin Warrant Matter” that would have a profound impact on the debate over international data privacy and the rights of government access to data in international jurisdictions. With the matter now before the United States Supreme Court in United States v. Microsoft, the sudden and unexpected passage of the Clarifying Lawful Uses of Data (CLOUD) Act has brought heightened attention to this international debate. In this keynote session, Judge Francis joined Rachi Messing, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Israel, for a discussion of the international data implications of these developments and the practical considerations for your disclosure practice.
This workshop will lead you through each stage of Relativity Processing, from staging and running inventory all the way through discovering and publishing. You’ll learn about setting up processing profiles, field mapping, and creating multiple data sources per processing set. You’ll also learn the processing error workflow, which will assist you in the rehabilitation of trickier documents. Attendees received 4 RCE credits.
Building Your Case with Fact Manager
Get hands-on with Fact Manager and learn how to tell the story of your case. This session is great for the attorneys and paralegals responsible for case building and organisation. Topics include installation, adding new objects, working from the Document Viewer, creating objects from outlines, timelines and other reports, and quick customisations. Attendees received 4 RCE credits.
Active Learning Workshop
Get hands-on with active learning in Relativity Assisted Review. This workshop is for anyone who wants to walk through the process of setting up and running an active learning project step by step. Using your own laptop computer, you’ll learn how to enable review queues, monitor key project metrics, and validate results by performing elusion testing. You’ll come away with an understanding of how active learning in Relativity Assisted Review can empower your team to get to the most important documents faster. Attendees received 4 RCE credits.
I Object! Working with Custom Objects
Documents, custodians, productions, facts: "objects" like these are the building blocks of Relativity. Did you know you can create custom objects to best suit your project's needs? In this hands-on workshop, you'll learn how to build your own custom objects and create relationships among them to extend the platform's functionality and make Relativity yours. After we cover the basics of custom objects, you'll learn how to use that information to build out an employee data tracker. Attendees received 4 RCE credits.