Technology in Practice is an annual litigation technology conference that provides educational and practical content for Canadian legal professionals. It is hosted by Commonwealth Legal and supported by our technology partners and fellow industry experts.
Apr 6, 2018 3:36:47 PM | Marketing
Topics: David Greetham
Jan 23, 2018 9:55:49 AM | Marketing
Being able to quickly and easily collect data at a low cost is hugely important, but not always easy to achieve. Ricoh eDiscovery is releasing a new tool offering targeted, cloud-based data collections, significantly reducing the amount of time and money necessary. Our solution will allow users to deploy a data collection that is processed in our Microsoft Azure environment, and go from collection to review in a matter of hours.
Join the webinar to learn more about how Ricoh is making data collection a simple, efficient, and cost-effective process.
Jan 5, 2018 10:38:36 AM | Marketing
Leading legal industry publication, High Performance Counsel and legal education provider, ACEDs asked 18 of the best minds and thought-leaders in our industry to share their predictions for modern law in 2018 for the #Bakers18 list.
Nov 23, 2017 3:00:00 PM | Marketing
Connected devices, or the Internet of Things (IoT) has an increasing impact on the legal industry from an evidential viewpoint. Join Ricoh and ACEDs during this informative webinar where speaker David Greetham, Vice President, eDiscovery Sales & Operations at Ricoh USA, explores this influence and discuss application of the upcoming Federal Rules of Evidence and how the updated rules can assist with the introducing IoT devices as evidence.
Written by: David Greetham, Ricoh USA and David Levine, Ricoh USA for Law Journal Newsletters
"Encryption can play a vital role in securing data, but it needs to be considered within the context of a firm’s overall IT security strategy. Whether, when and how to encrypt requires a careful look at what data the firm keeps, and how much protection it needs.
Jan 10, 2017 1:51:03 PM | Marketing
Besides the growing menace of data creep, what are your fellow eDiscovery practitioners anticipating in the coming year, and how will they prepare? Dean Gonsowski, kCura’s vice president of business development, and David Horrigan, eDiscovery counsel and legal content director, will share their own and other industry experts’ projections for the year ahead.
Yvette Bula, Senior Director, Discovery Solutions, Commonwealth Legal and David Greetham, VP of eDiscovery Sales and Operations, Ricoh eDiscovery US, are among the experts who contribute their predictions on the 2017 state of the eDiscovery union.
Written by: Babs Deacon, LegalTech News
Cloud has emerged as a powerful way for attorneys and clients to reduce IT overhead while maintaining easy access to data and processes. Consumers, especially attorneys having special, ethical obligations, need to understand the impact of cloud on e-discovery management. An attorney who refuses to consider cloud offerings because of a lack of understanding about the technology is shirking the responsibility to participate competently in the discovery process.
“An attorney cannot ignore cloud options because of lack of knowledge or discomfort; there is an ethical responsibility to understand this area of the law to best serve clients. In fact, it’s one that the industry takes seriously.