UBIC North America, Inc., a provider of comprehensive eDiscovery and digital forensics solutions and services for corporations and law firms has announced they will be speaking on “Crossing Borders, But Not Boundaries — Navigating Other Nations’ Privacy and Data Laws to Get The Evidence You Need” as well hosting a technology-assisted review demonstration during the three day conference.
The purpose of the pavilion is to give ACEDS attendees a live, hands-on demonstration of the latest and advanced predictive coding technology (CJK TAR). Many of the attendees are eager to use advanced technologies for eDiscovery purposes, but are afraid of the unknown. It is UBIC‘s goal to give the law firm and corporate attendees of this conference a hands on understanding of how the predictive coding technology can be integrated as part of its full-spectrum eDiscovery platform, Lit i View that improves accuracy, faster turnaround times and decreases legal spend for any case matter.
“As the eDiscovery market evolves thru acquisitions or integration of multiple providers, those with comprehensive technology offerings and services will survive and emerge as leaders. UBIC is unique in this market with combination of full-spectrum EDRM software plus services”, emphasized Mr. Naritomo Ikeue, President and COO, UBIC North America, Inc. “Our latest version of the eDiscovery software, Lit i View 6.0, which includes proprietary, internally developed, advanced predictive coding technology (CJK TAR) is specifically tuned to address the difficult Asian-languages in addition to English, which is the main focus for all the other providers”.
UBIC North America invites attendees to its booth # 48 or to have hands on experience at the Technology Assisted Review (TAR) pavilion for a demonstration of its advanced predictive coding technology (CJK TAR) on how it can contain legal costs and provide international translation.
“An integral part of our strategic global vision is to continue our outreach internationally as thought leaders in the legal arena worldwide,” said Masahiro Morimoto, President and CEO of UBIC. “We continue to be a pioneer in cross-border litigation projects, enabling law firms and corporations to overcome the cultural as well as the language barriers in conjunction with constant pressure of reducing litigation costs while meeting tight project deadlines.”
John Bace, Guest Lecturer & UBIC Advisory Board Member, Center for Information Technology & Privacy Law, John Marshall Law School will be representing UBIC and will discuss various challenges, differences between broad scope of U.S. eDiscovery process and its implications on international litigation matters in light of privacy laws and blocking statutes in place or being enacted by EU and Asian countries (following EU). The panel experts will provide their recommendations in achieving success for cross-border litigations based on their extensive experience including best practices and workarounds for some of the roadblocks that might arise in these matters.
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