On Tuesday this week the Supreme Court ruled that goods made and sold abroad can be re-sold in The United States or online by third parties.
Going to LegalTech, for me, is like going to a high school reunion. This year was my 13th LegalTech (East Coast) and I think it has to be my favorite conference of the year – although there is one coming up in Zurich regarding data privacy that by mere locale could trump LT.
In terms of making headlines, LegalTech 2013 did not disappoint.
Last week, I made my annual pilgrimage to the Big Apple to wade among thousands of legal industry professionals, the majority of whom are involved in some phase of the discovery process. And as is normally the case, the three-day event became a blur.
I returned home from LegalTech New York last Friday and took a couple of days to collect my thoughts about the show.
A Practicing E-Discovery Litigator’s Perspective On LegalTech New York 2013—Baker Hostetler’s Gil Keteltas
Of all the people LXBN TV interviewed at LegalTech New York 2013, more than 45 individuals total, we didn’t get the opportunity to speak with a practicing lawyer who focused on the conference’s most-discussed topic—eDiscovery. Today though, we finally get that perspective, as Baker Hostetler‘s Gil Keteltas joins me to reflect on the event. Keteltas is an author on the Discovery Advocate blog, where he actually raised some questions heading into the conference.
Well, LegalTech New York 2013 is behind us, and those of us in the eDiscovery, Information Governance, Big Data space can breathe a collective sigh of relief and get back to our daily routines.
While last week’s LegalTech New York (LTNY) conference lasted just three days, the process of absorbing the plethora of information that came out of it will extend throughout the year.