UBIC Hosts a Complimentary, Educational Webinar with the eDJ Group Titled “Introduction to Asian eDiscovery Challenges”

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Explore an overview of the legal and regulatory issues in Asia as well as the Asian eDiscovery challenges when dealing with CJK (Chinese Japanese Korean) electronic documents within Asian litigation matters.

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Mr. Naritomo Ikeue, President and COO, UBIC North America, Inc. stated, UBIC is a pioneer with ten years of boots on the ground in Japan dealing with CJK TAR™

UBIC, Inc. (TSE: 2158; NASDAQ: UBIC), a provider of strategic international litigation support through CJK TAR™(Technology Assisted Review) and forensic solutions, will be will providing attendees an introduction on the challenges of eDiscovery in Asia. Registration is now available for September 25th webinar on an overview of the legal and regulatory issues in Asia as well as the Asian eDiscovery challenges when dealing with CJK (Chinese Japanese Korean) electronic documents in litigation.

Mr. Naritomo Ikeue, President and COO, UBIC North America, Inc. stated, “UBIC is a pioneer with ten years of boots on the ground in Japan dealing with CJK TAR™ and has led the industry globally in how to properly deal with Asian character sets through advanced predictive coding technology using our own proprietary tool Lit i View™ 6.5 to assist lawyers in the United States dealing with Asian litigation matters.”

Join the UBIC and the EDJ Group webinar Wednesday, September 25th at 1:00 pm eastern for an “Introduction to Asian Predictive Coding”

Jason Velasco, Co-Founder, Principal Analyst, eDJ Group stated “eDiscovery in Asia is an emerging market and eDJ Group is excited about exploring this challenging aspect of our industry. We appreciate UBIC sponsoring this first webinar in our series covering Asian eDiscovery and CJK language challenges to bring light to the complexities encountered by practitioners dealing with these issues on a regular basis.”

Register Today:
https://ediscoveryjournal.webex.com/ediscoveryjournal/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=663546669

The webinar will be moderated by Jason Velasco, Co-Founder, Principal Analyst, eDJ Group.

The speakers are highly regarded professionals handling Asian litigation matters.

James E. Gordon, Director, Berkley Research Group

James Gordon is a practice lead for Berkeley Research Group’s Cross-Border Practice and a member of the firm’s Global Compliance team. He has focused on Asia/China/US cross-border disputes, accounting issues and compliance programs since 2005 and was based in Asia from 2009 to 2012 as Managing Partner for Asia/China for a global compliance and consulting firm.

Yodi S. Hailemariam is Discovery Counsel in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Yodi focuses her practice on discovery issues relating to complex civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, internal and external investigations, ongoing compliance obligations and governmental second requests. Yodi regularly handles Asian discovery matters. Prior to joining McDermott, Yodi worked in Tokyo at one of the “Big Four” law firms in Japan.

About eDJ Group
eDJ Group is a new kind of research firm ¬ our analysts are ³working analysts² that cycle between consulting engagements and research projects in order to keep a real-world perspective on the tough issues affecting the legal industry today. eDJ¹s analysts all have 10-25 years of experience in detailed eDiscovery and information governance projects. With over a combined one hundred (100) years in the legal technology community, our analysts use their knowledge to research, analyze, and write, sharing their perspectives on the current landscape.

eDJ working analysts support clients facing the same information governance and eDiscovery challenges that companies face every day. eDJ Group provides objective advice on how to address these hurdles, compare potential solutions, giving you real answers when they are needed the most.

For more information about the eDJ Group visit http://www.ediscoveryjournal.com

About UBIC
UBIC, Inc. (TSE: 2158; NASDAQ: UBIC) is a leading provider of Asian-language eDiscovery solutions and services. UBIC has extensive eDiscovery and forensic experience and expertise with information documented in Japanese, Korean, Chinese as well as English languages, and applies its expertise in connection with cross-border litigation, administrative proceedings and internal investigations, including those related to anti-trust investigations, intellectual property (IP) litigation, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and product liability (PL) investigations. UBIC serves its clients from offices in Japan, the United States, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.

UBIC’s proprietary technology platform, Lit i View™, version 6.7, is an innovative eDiscovery solution that accurately handles Asian-language characters, encoding schemes and native file systems. UBIC also recently launched its flexible and customizable Legal Cloud™ service to address the problem of rising costs associated with the growth and dispersion of data volumes across the globe, along with prolonged investigations and litigations.

With flexible, customizable end-to-end solutions and services covering the entire electronic discovery reference model (EDRM) life-cycle for corporate litigation strategy and crisis management, UBIC has assisted clients in more than 310 administrative and legal proceedings in the United States, including Department of Justice (DOJ), International Trade Commission (ITC) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigations and more than 800 corporate investigations in Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan and Singapore. Assisted by highly experienced litigation attorneys, UBIC provides a range of services facilitating fact discovery, patent management, security, internal audit and regulatory compliance that can provide a significant cost savings to its clients.

For more information about UBIC, contact info(at)ubicna(dot)com or visit http://ubicna.com

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