RELATIVITY FEST 2017 JUDICIAL PANEL

2017 Relativity Fest Recorded Session


Four prominent jurists—Judges Nora Barry Fischer, Andrew Peck, and Xavier Rodriguez of the US, as well as Australian Justice Peter Vickery—joined Relativity’s David Horrigan for the fourth-annual judicial panel at Relativity Fest 2017 to examine the latest legal developments in e-discovery.

In this recording, you will learn how the panel thinks about:

  • Spoliation of evidence and the New(ish) Rule 37(e)
  • Proportionality and metadata, and if the two are mutually exclusive
  • The balance of data privacy and evidence from the Internet of Things
  • Technology-assisted review court decisions from around the globe

Participants:

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Nora Barry Fischer

United States District Judge
Western District of Pennsylvania

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Andrew Peck

United States Magistrate Judge
Southern District of New York

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Xavier Rodriguez

United States District Judge
Western District of Texas


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Peter Vickery

Supreme Court Justice
Supreme Court of Victoria


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David Horrigan

e-Discovery Counsel and Legal Content Director, Relativity


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Learn what the judges had to say. Watch the discussion today.

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