Scott Devens, Vice President at MEETandCONFER.COM, joins LXBN TV’s ongoing coverage of LegalTech New York to discuss how his company’s product, which is patent-pending, drastically improves the process of preparing for court-mandated “meet and confer” meetings. In their own words, MEETandCONFER.COM “has been specifically designed to create a cooperative environment between attorneys and their clients as well as with their opposing parties during this important stage of the eDiscovery process.”
As part of our coverage in the lead up to LegalTech New York 2012, Yoeli Barag of e-Stet joins me to discuss common pain-points he sees in the e-discovery industry, a long with major trends he anticipates in 2012. Yoeli is President at e-Stet, which is a global provider of electronic litigation support services.
By now you’ve heard that we’ll be piling into the car this weekend and heading to NYC for LegalTech. Somewhere in there, probably squished between the giant snowmen, will be the newest member of the BLeaf team, Kent Caseman. Kent has some experience in the document automation space and we think he’s a pretty neat guy. So we thought we’d introduce him to you here.
NEW YORK (January 23, 2012)-ALM’s LegalTech New York, the largest and most prestigious legal technology event in the world, opens next Monday at The Hilton New York in midtown Manhattan. The event will take place January 30 – February 1, 2012, and features 19 tracks of educational programming, including three keynote presentations, emerging technology sessions, super sessions and town-hall style presentations over the course of three days.
It’s that time of year again! Time to gather the giant snowmen, brush up on our celebrity endorsements, and make our way to LegalTech. In case you’re not familiar, LegalTech is a great conference done each year in New York City. It gathers many of the prominent brands of legal technology in the Hilton in Midtown and encourages interesting conversations about where legal technology is headed.