Ricoh eDiscovery is proud to be serving as the Platinum Sponsor of this week's Canadian Legal Innovation Forum in Toronto. Now in it's second year, the ADB Insights event will serve as a great opportunity to network with professional peers and experience a full day of educational content accredited by the Law Society of Ontario.
This year's theme is focused on learning how to stay competitive in key areas relevant to Canadian business and the legal sector's role in supporting it. Through a number of different sessions, the forum will explore in-house strategy, finance and how to develop an innovative law firm strategy.
Can't Miss Sessions
Director of Legal and Compliance Solutions, Sean Lynch, will be kicking off the afternoon with Mark Sekulich from Relativity Trace to discuss regulatory compliance monitoring.
- Proactive Compliance Monitoring |1:20 - 1:40 p.m.
Every industry has different criteria for what constitutes a regulatory compliance violation. Learn how to identify key areas of vulnerability and develop a proactive compliance monitoring strategy that enables your organization to detect suspicious content before it escalates.
Next up, Sean will be joining a panel where he will share his own personal experiences with driving innovation in the legal industry.
- Defining, developing and executing an impactful legal technology strategy | 1:40 - 2:25 p.m.
Technology is a critical component to any successful legal innovation strategy. Yet much of legal technology’s impact is over-hyped and visible results can be hard to measure. How can law firms and law departments develop a coherent, durable and cost effective technology strategy to drive their broader innovation agenda? And how can vendors work to align better with their clients’ to support their innovation agendas? Here, we will look at examples of how law and technology are converging to deliver impactful innovation.
After the afternoon networking break, Chris Plauschinn, Senior Director of IT and Enterprise Infrastructure, will be participating in the much-anticipated privacy legislation panel.
- The business impact of changes to privacy laws | 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
Evolving changes to privacy laws are having a significant impact for companies doing business in domestic and international markets. To date, Canadian organizations have had to adjust to the EU’s GDPR rules and emerging privacy laws in states such as California. Further, far-reaching changes to privacy laws in both the US and Canada on a federal level are also anticipated. Businesses - and lawyers working in and for them - have had to adjust accordingly; sometimes with significant impact on their operating models. This panel will focus on changes to national and international privacy laws and how in-house and private practice lawyers are collaborating to address these challenges in innovative ways.
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